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[Canadian Tire] Mastercraft Graphite Hammer, 20 oz - $6. YMMV

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[Canadian Tire] Mastercraft Graphite Hammer, 20 oz - $6. YMMV

Price is showing $19.99 regular. I picked it up for $12.99, however, verifying via stocktrack.ca later, Winnipeg Regent is showing at $6. GTA and Metro Van area showing pries from $8-$12.99. Feels like a really solid hammer, and has excellent reviews!
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Not a price error. Does go on sale for $5 sometimes.
Lifetime warranty.
No better value
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$10 at several locations in calgary, seems decent... but i don't think i need more hammers, lol
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i get 19,99
ING Direct since the beginning! Tangerine to the end!
Buy first think later!
Dont tell wife!
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Just wait for this to be 75% off, unless need a hammer today
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Showing 19.99 for my nearby store as well but added it to sale alert. Will pick it up if it drops to a 60 to75 percent discount.
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I picked this up last time it was 5 or 6 bucks.

It's a nice hammer. Good solid weight with a decent sized striking face.
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I've bought a couple of these for $5 before and it's probably worth about that much just to have extras lying around the farm. But they have horrible balance and an overall clumsy feel. Definitely not a hammer you would want to use all day.
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No kidding. Hence $5. Worth it for the weekend warrior and DIY'er.
If you are a pro - the best hammer, as a daily driver, is the 14oz titanium Stiletto 18inch handle. Hits with the same striking power as a 24oz steel hammer. https://www.edfast-online.com/stiletto- ... wE&click=2
Buy once - cry once, $120.00.

Back to the hammer in the OP - show me a better ripping hammer, with a lifetime replacement guarantee, for $5.
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DanielM491 wrote:
Apr 29th, 2019 3:05 pm
No kidding. Hence $5. Worth it for the weekend warrior and DIY'er.
If you are a pro - the best hammer, as a daily driver, is the 14oz titanium Stiletto 18inch handle. b]Hits with the same striking power as a 24oz steel hammer. https://www.edfast-online.com/stiletto- ... wE&click=2
Buy once - cry once, $120.00.

Back to the hammer in the OP - show me a better ripping hammer, with a lifetime replacement guarantee, for $5.
Assuming you swing it twice as fast...otherwise the nails can't tell the difference how much the hammer costs.
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A lighter hammer moves faster. Or I guess you could try and be a stubborn goat and *try* and slow the hammer down.
Again - for pros, not baby boomers fixing their fence.
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DanielM491 wrote:
Apr 29th, 2019 5:24 pm
A lighter hammer moves faster. Or I guess you could try and be a stubborn goat and *try* and slow the hammer down.
Again - for pros, not baby boomers fixing their fence.
Yes and it's also half the weight, I doubt someone is swinging their hammer twice as fast if what you need is the effect of a hammer double the weight. That's why they have nail guns .
It will take twice the effort to swing it twice as fast, or just swing it twice as many times instead of once to get the job done.
It has nothing to do with pros or baby boomers fixing their fence, it's the right tool for the right job.
The most expensive tool isn't always the best and pros know that better than anyone else.
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Wrong again.
It takes the same effort to swing twice as fast as it is half the weight. Physics 101

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