Valley 20 oz Chisel-Edge Rock Hammer with Hickory Handle

Valley 20 oz Chisel-Edge Rock Hammer with Hickory Handle

  • Valley 20 oz Chisel-edge Hickory Handled Rock Hammer


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A nice chisel-edged rock hammer with an American hickory handle. The head weight is about right and the American hickory handle makes it a bit lighter for carrying. The American hickory handle is also a bit smaller in diameter than the standard rock hammers which makes it better for smaller hands. The American hickory handle does not provide the impact reduction of nylon handled hammers.
Head Width Overall Length Head Weight Total Weight
7 inches 11 inches 20 ounces 1 pound 14.5 ounces
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