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Claw Hammers

Claw Hammers

One of the most popular styles of hammer, claw hammers have a flat striking face for driving nails at one end of the head and a split claw or a hatchet blade at the other. A curved claw is useful for pulling nails, and a straight claw can be used for prying and ripping boards and other construction materials. Claw hammers are used in a wide range of construction, woodworking, and metalworking tasks.

Straight Claw

These hammers have a straight claw that can be used to pry apart wood boards and framing in construction and carpentry applications.

Steel Head

Wood Handle

Steel Handle with Cushion Grip

Steel Handle with Ergonomic Cushion Grip

Fiberglass Handle with Cushion Grip

Graphite Handle with Cushion Grip

Titanium Head

Wood Handle with Ergonomic Grip

Curved Claw

The curved claw on these hammers provides good leverage when pulling nails and other similar objects from a workpiece. The claw has a rounded edge that can be used as a wedge to extract nails.

Steel Head

Wood Handle

Steel Handle with Cushion Grip

Fiberglass Handle with Cushion Grip

Graphite Handle with Cushion Grip

Non-Sparking

Help minimize the risk of your tool generating a spark while in use by choosing one of these nonsparking claw hammers. Made from nonferrous materials such as aluminum, these hammers have a curved claw that provides good leverage for pulling nails and other similar objects from a workpiece. Nonsparking tools are useful in environments that contain flammable solvents, liquids, vapors, dusts, or residues.

Aluminum Bronze Head

Fiberglass Handle with Cushion Grip

Replaceable Face

These claw hammers have a face that can be replaced when it's worn or damaged, helping to extend the life of the tool.

For Ripping & Prying

Steel Head

Fiberglass Handle with Cushion Grip

Titanium Head

Steel Handle with Ergonomic Cushion Grip

For Removing Nails

Steel Head

Fiberglass Handle with Cushion Grip

Drywall Hammers

Install and remove drywall with these hammers. When driving nails, the rounded edge of the striking face helps keep the tool from nicking the drywall and the face's textured surface helps prevent the tool from slipping off the nail head. The hammer's hatchet-like blade can cut openings in the drywall and pry up nails.

Steel Head

Wood Handle

Steel Handle with Cushion Grip