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Crack Hammers - Hand Sledges

A crack hammer is a heavy hammer that is used for breaking rocks and chisel work. Some people call them sledge hammers or hand sledges. They are produced in different sizes to suit people of different strength and different types of work. Always wear eye protection when using these tools.

Safety Goggles

Estwing Safety Goggles



Always wear eye protection when using a rock hammer. These goggles have a flat lens and soft sides that conform to your face. They fit easily over most prescription glasses and have a ventilated frame for air flow.
Only $4.95

2lb crack hammer

Estwing 2-Pound Crack Hammer



This is the small 2-pound crack hammer. It is used for chisel work or breaking small rocks and masonry materials. The head and handle are forged from a single piece of steel and the soft grip is designed to reduce the vibrations of impact. Length: 10.75".

This hammer is much easier to control and is less fatiguing than the heavier hammers. Remember that accurate hits break more rocks than wild bashes.

Always wear eye protection when using this tool.
Only $37.95

3lb crack hammer

Estwing 3-Pound Crack Hammer



This is the meduim 3-pound crack hammer. It is used for chisel work and breaking rocks or masonry materials. This hammer is for an experienced person with strong hands. The head and handle are forged from a single piece of steel and the soft grip is designed to reduce the vibrations of impact. Length: 11".

Always wear eye protection when using this tool.
Only $37.95

4lb crack hammer

Estwing 4-Pound Crack Hammer



This is the heavy 4-pound crack hammer. It is used for chisel work and breaking larger rocks or masonry materials. The head and handle are forged from a single piece of steel and the soft grip is designed to reduce the vibrations of impact.

This hammer is HEAVY. It is recommended for a strong, experienced person who can deliver an accurate hit and control the hammer after impact. If you do not have strong hands and forearms this is probably the wrong hammer. Length: 11.25".

Always wear eye protection when using this tool.
Only $41.95

4lb long handled crack hammer

Estwing 4-Pound Long-Handled Crack Hammer



This is the heavy 4-pound crack hammer with a longer handle that can be used with two hands. It is used for for breaking large or especially stuborn rocks. The head and handle are forged from a single piece of steel and the soft grip is designed to reduce the vibrations of impact. Length: 15.75".

Always wear eye protection when using this tool.
Only $48.95

Safety Goggles

Hand Lens - Folding Pocket Magnifier



Geologists working in the field or in a lab often need to closely examine rocks, sediments, soils and other fine-grained materials. A hand lens provides a quick and easy way to perform that work.
Only $19.95
 

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