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Craftsman  7 oz. Curved Finishing Hammer

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Product Overview:
Item Weight (lbs.): 0.8
Type: Curved claw
Handles:
Handle Length (in.): 11.5
Handle Type: Standard
Dimensions and Weight:
Head Weight: 7 oz.

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Drop forged steel head with polished face and bevel. Best grade hickory handle.

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Added on July 26, 2010

 

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7 Reviewers (58.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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OG
Dec 27 , 2011
Great Hammer For Those Small Jobs Around Your Home
Five Stars on a 7 oz. hammer? Yes 5 Stars. There are times when this is all the hammer you need around your home. Team it up with a nail set to go after those trim nails that are not flush. Hanging a few items on the wall? You don't always need that 16 to 28 oz. framing hammer for those jobs. Once you have held it in your hand and checked the balance and feel I'm pretty sure it will be heading to the checkout with you. Especially when you notice during your inspection of this item it is made right here in the USA!
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mjacob75
Oct 2 , 2011
Hammer cracked after a few times

Wooden handle cracked after hammering a few nails on a deck.  I shouldn't expect much from this but it shouldn't crack.  I got a new one with my warranty.

 

Mr-Mac

Harrisburg, IL

Nov 5 , 2012
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Craftsman 7 oz. Curved Finishing Hammer

Why would anyone like me need a hammer like this?  I don't, my girls do!  Between my wife and two daughters I have had to fix more than my fair share of dents in the drywall and one hole. 

My girls all mean well but when they were hanging decorations for the coming holidays they got a wee bit carried away!  I went to Sears just to find a small hammer they could use to maybe get the job done and stop them from abusing the house with my 22 ounce framing hammer!

This little guy is light weight but is still a Craftsman hammer made of a solid hunk of steel and good strong wood in the handle.  While it feels like a pencil in my big hands, the ladies all like how it fits them.

Me?  I think I might have had to patch my last drywall dent for some time now.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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rfd62106

Wappingers Falls, NY

Apr 30 , 2012
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Small and simple but got it for the right price

I bought this for a child who i am helping to start build a tool set. Perfect weight and size for a childs size and strength. Fits neatly in the plastic craftsman tool box i also bought for him. Overall a solid item that would likely serve as a good item for anyone to own.


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redgaterover

Schenectady, NY

Mar 19 , 2012
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Poorly Machined, Heads Uneven.

I wanted one of these because it's made in USA and the dark wood handle is appealing. Checked out dozens in several stores. All are poorly machined, more like a dollar store tool. The US supplier should be ashamed. All the heads are uneven. You could put in a wide tack, but I would not use on nails. OK for occasional home use if you don't mind paying extra over Chinese stuff. If you want quality, look elsewhere.


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WEBC

Brookfield, MO

Mar 8 , 2012
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STILL MADE IN THE USA

After reading the headline what else needs to be said. It's a pleasure to still find a few tools made in America ! ! Great feel to it, GREAT QUALITY, etc. well recomended.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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OG

Freeport, IL

Dec 27 , 2011
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Great Hammer For Those Small Jobs Around Your Home

Five Stars on a 7 oz. hammer? Yes 5 Stars. There are times when this is all the hammer you need around your home. Team it up with a nail set to go after those trim nails that are not flush. Hanging a few items on the wall? You don't always need that 16 to 28 oz. framing hammer for those jobs. Once you have held it in your hand and checked the balance and feel I'm pretty sure it will be heading to the checkout with you. Especially when you notice during your inspection of this item it is made right here in the USA!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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mjacob75

Syracuse, NY

Oct 2 , 2011
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Hammer cracked after a few times

Wooden handle cracked after hammering a few nails on a deck.  I shouldn't expect much from this but it shouldn't crack.  I got a new one with my warranty.


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dleej30

El Centro, CA

Apr 2 , 2011
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Craftsman 7 oz. Curved Finishing Hammer, Quality

This hammer is just great! It got a nice balance, its got a solid feel for such i light hammer. I just bought my second one tonight online and I loved my old one. I bought this a second time just for a back up, Im 34yrs old have gained a bit of wisdom. LOL What i mean is that I carry tools in my tahoe to cover the basics, and you never know u might just need a hammer.


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PChung

Paramus, NJ

Dec 8 , 2010
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this is the first hammer I reach for

No, you won't be building a house with this "little" 7oz hammer, but honestly, it's much handier at day to day chores like hanging a picture or repairing a desk.  A full 16oz hammer can be a little clumsy at smaller tasks like these.  You won't find yourself choking up on this 7oz hammer at all.

Also, since the hammer doesn't weigh as much, you're less likely to warp a nail as you drive it in.  Yes, if you've got perfect form, you can use sledgehammer to drive a finishing brad, but in the real world, you're going to warp a few nails.  Using a lighter hammer won't eliminate those, but will reduce them by quite a bit.  You're also less likely to overdrive a nail, and damage the wood.

If you need a hammer for hitting things rather than driving (and more importantly, removing) nails, a ball pein hammer might be a better fit for you.  I find the 4oz hammer a little too light, but the 8oz hammer (part # 38463) is just about perfect.

As noted by another reviewer, this is still made in the USA as of Dec 2010.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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fmahon

Canton, MA

Nov 1 , 2010
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Love this hammer

I love this little hammer.  I know it's just a hammer, but you know what you like and what's a good tool when you hold it.  That how I feel about this little hammer.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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slygon

Portland, OR

Mar 10 , 2010
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Give a man a hammer , build anything.

I bought this hammer because I needed quality in a hammer and one that was  well balanced, I built great projects so i eventually bought another as a gift. make sure to sign up to the craftsman club and save$.


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