Rock Hammers, Crack Hammers and Chisels
Also known as "rock picks" and "hard-rock hammers." These are most often used by geologists working in areas of igneous and metamorphic rocks.
Chisel-Tip Rock Hammers
Also known as "soft- rock hammers" and "bricklayer's hammers." They are most often used by geologists working in sedimentary rock areas.
A variety of durable tools used for prying, breaking rock specimens, and splitting rocks. A common tool used by rock, mineral and fossil collectors.
Heavy Rock Hammers
Also known as "hand sledges," these are heavy two-, three-, and four-pound hammers that are used to break rock and for heavy chisel work.
Gfeller Leather Cases
Gfeller Leather Cases:
Hammer holsters, field totes, acid bottle cases, Brunton cases, field note cases, lanyards & more.
Estwing Rock Bags:
Durable field bags with pockets for carrying maps, books, specimens and tools.
A ten-power folding magnifier in a metal case. Many field geologists use hand lenses so frequently that they carry them on a cord around their neck.
The basic equipment for finding gold. Pick your size from a 10" light prospector to a deep 16" heavy-duty pan.