Stanley 51-616 16 Ounce Hickory Handle Nailing Hammer

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3 Responses to Stanley 51-616 16 Ounce Hickory Handle Nailing Hammer

  1. Bryan says:
    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    My favorite framing hammer, March 5, 2003
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    Bryan (Sunnyvale, CA) –

    I have not tried the Titanium hammer yet so I can’t compare but I have about 10 framing hammers, some steel, wood and fiberglass handles. Of all the hammers I have this Stanley is my favorite. It’s feels real natural in your hand, especially when you grab the hammer close to the head to start a nail and after starting the nail let the hammer slide through your hand and your palm just seems to fall perfectly in place into the “sweet spot” of the handle. What I also really like is the size and shape of the face, it’s a little wider than most and the sides of the face are tapered back instead of straight. This makes it really easy when toe nailing to just smack the nail with the edge of the hammer face. The price is cheaper than most of my other framing hammers as well.

    EDIT:

    I have a Couple of Titanium Framing hammers now and I still find myself coming back to this hammer…

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  2. BRADLEY KELLER says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    GOOD QUALITY LIGHT DUTY, October 20, 2000
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    BRADLEY KELLER (Tillamook Oregon) –

    I’ve had this hammer for a few years now and I like it quite a bit.Knowing this is a light duty finish tool,I’ve put it through some serious pounding and pulling.my torture test didn’t loosen the head or break the handle.It passed with flying colors.The black finish has worn off over the years but thats no big deal after all it is a hammer.the price is very good. Well worth the money.In my opinion this hammer is tool box worthy. Now get out and pound something.

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  3. Nathan Lee Gates says:
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    20 dollar hammer that feels like a 50 dollar one, April 2, 2005
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    Nathan Lee Gates (Oak Harbor, WA) –
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    First of all I am a Post framer for a very large company in Washington state. I used to use an estwing 22 oz. curved handle hammer, but never liked the feel and balance of it. I bought this hammer from Lowes for 19.99, and have loved it ever since. The oversized face makes it nearly impossible to miss the nail, and the shape of the handle is amazing. I can hold the handle in the middle to start a nail, then drop it down, and it just slides into my palm like it’s attached to my arm. No messing around when it comes to driving nails either, I can sink a 16 penny in a couple of whacks. This hammer is amazing for the price, and it beats the hell out of my estwing.

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