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    Ealy Hammer

    I thought it would be cool to show you guys a project that Delbert and I did the last time i went to visit him. It is a japanese style forging hammer. Made from 4140 heat treated and tempered to around 52rc by best guess. Weighing in at almost 5lbs on the dot, she is a beast. Just finished the handle last night, it is Honey Locust. Hope you guys enjoy.




    Sorry for my lack of cleanliness...it was a long night of cleaning metal dust out of the shop...In nasty heat and high humidity lol...I felt like a dirt magnet..

    Enjoy!!!

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    Woooo! Nice.

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    THAT is sweet!

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    I figured it fitting to take it with me to Del's on the 24th and break her in RIGHT! We have chatted about a few new projects, and i think she will fit into that equation just fine

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    Nice hammer Mike!

    Wait..........That does not sound right

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    That's some cool ****, man, thanks for sharing.
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    Nice, but when you get up to 5 pounds, it should have a motor and a coil spring attached to it somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ******* View Post
    Nice, but when you get up to 5 pounds, it should have a motor and a coil spring attached to it somewhere.
    You need to buy tickets to the gun show if you wanna watch him use it

    -Enjoy the ride. *** All statements made herein are my personal opinion and nothing more, regardless of tone or context. ***

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    Mike, That is a BEAST!!! I like it. Great job on the handle as well.

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