A 500 g Bulldog chipping hammer with a fibreglass handle and steel head. It features a horizontal and vertical chisel edge. The hammer’s total weight is approximately 705 grams and it measures roughly 32 cm in length.
Estwing E6-22BLC is a moderately heavy geological hammer featuring a wider than usual flat breaking face for crushing material along with a wide chisel edge for cutting, chipping and prying material. Suitable for both hard and soft rock geology, the hammer is cast from a single piece of American steel and features the anti-shock grip with a blue colouration for easily visibility. The hammer offers a hefty weight giving excellent force per strike along with suitable control.
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Head Weight: 392g
Head Width: 7.5″
Overall Length: 11″
Total Weight: 550g
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The Estwing E3-20BLC is a 20 ounce (566 gram) geological hammer with a chisel edge head to cut, split or pry rocks or a flat face to break or crush material. The hammer is made from drop forged American steel with an anti-shock vinyl grip. An excellent hammer and the best in the industry, the Estwing E3-20BLC is the bench mark for geological hammers.
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The Estwing E3-24BLC is a 24 ounce (680 gram) heavy geological hammer with a chisel edge head to cut, split or pry rocks or a flat face to break or crush material. The hammer is made from drop forged American steel with an anti-shock vinyl grip. An excellent hammer and the best in the industry, the Estwing E3-24BLC is the bench mark for geological hammers.
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An inexpensive short handled geological hammer, features a large square striking face with the opposing end shaped as a long tapered horizontal chisel for cutting a line around the
Circumference of any masonry or for simply splitting rock along planes of weakness. In masonry, after the cutting line is completed, a sharp blow with the striking face produces a clean cut. The handle is genuine hickory, which is ideal for reducing the amount of shock produce with each strike delivered. Indeed, this is a high quality tools made by Faithful tools in England.
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The GeoTul (also known as the GeoTool), is a hammer designed by Canadian geologist from Thunder Bay, Ron Tweedie, in 1988 in an effort to produce a tool which would be suitable for both breaking rock or mineral aggregate for samples and also scraping vegetation or removing top soil which may cover an important outcrop. Made in Canada from high quality tempered steel with a shock absorbing hickory handle with grip. The GeoTul features a flat face on one side of the head and a wide chisel edge mattock on the other which allows you to undertake the two tasks is was designed for, clearing an outcrop and breaking an outcrop. The hammer features a 1,1 kg (3 pound) head weight with a 76 cm (30 inch) long handle.
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