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Nailed It: 5 Best Hammers

Of all the tools in a man’s workshop, his hammer is perhaps the most personal. Chances are you still have your first forged striker, but we'll forgive you an upgrade; it really is time. You'd be surprised how much hammer tech has come, but in the end, it's still all about hitting the nail on the head. Here are five of our favorites for beginners to the most hardened steel swingers out there -- whether you loop it, or let it hang from a belt is entirely up to you.

One Beautiful Beast

Estwing Claw Leather Handle Hammer

Estwing was founded by Swedish immigrant Ernest O. Estwing nearly a century a go. Ernest had a talent for forging hammers from one solid piece of hardened steel and the rest as they say is history. Estwing tools are still

Stiletto TBII-15 TIBONE Titanium Hammer

Stiletto.TBII-15.TIBONE.hammer.jpgThis is a hammer. It's a no joke, hit the hell out of nails, home building, stud prying hammer. The Stiletto TBII-15 has 10 times less recoil shock than normal steel hammers. It only weighs 15 oz but drives like a 28 oz