June 30, 2015
No, it’s not a German Thrash Metal band, although the Hardcore Hammer definitely pounds out some heavy hits. This framing hammer is built to withstand the rigors of professional carpentry, while lasting forever. On a regular hammer, the waffle pattern of the hammer face wears down quickly reducing its ability to grip & sink nails. This design protects the waffle providing for years & years of perfectly pounded nails.
Source: Shawnee Magazine
April 1, 2013
Brothers Rick and Steve Spencer have worked in the construction business for decades and had given up on using hammers not worth their mettle.
June 30, 2015
There are hammers, and then there are Hardcore Hammers ($60). These prolific pounders feature a milled core forged from the same steel as a jackhammer bit, a smooth outer rim to protect the traction surface — and your fingers — and legendary durability. What you build with all this awesomeness is up to you.
Source: Tool Snob
March 15, 2011
A while back we told you about an interesting new framing hammer going by the slightly ominous name of Hardcore Hammer. Made with a unique, dual-surfaced striking face, the tool is intended to last longer than the average hammer and, on a daily basis, operate in a superior fashion. We got to talking to the manufacturer and they were nice enough to ship us one to review.
Source: Manual of Man
February 14, 2013
I had debated posting this article on Stormcrow Group rather than here, because it’s arguable whether a hatchet is outdoor gear or a tool. But because of how this hatchet is made, what I’ve used it for so far, and its company, I decided to post it here. It is truly an excellent tool to have around the home. Here’s why..