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Best Masonry Hammers

Updated December 2018
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    Masonry hammers are designed for bricklaying work. They often include a rubber grip that absorbs shocks and vibrations, and enables you to maintain consistent control. Additionally, a masonry hammer usually features a heat-treated rim that limits the risk of cracking and chipping. Some hammers have a head that comes in a premium black finish. Many masonry hammers are made using drop-forged, one-piece steel construction to provide long-lasting strength and durability. Masonry hammers are generally lightweight, and they are easy to incorporate onto a tool belt or into a tool chest. They come in myriad designs and sizes. Various hammers are sold with a lifetime manufacturer's warranty.  

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