Model#: STTNTI14MC
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Stiletto TI14MC 14 oz. Titanium Milled/Curved 18 in. Hickory Handle Framing Hammer

  • Stiletto TI14MC 14 oz. Titanium Milled/Curved 18 in. Hickory Handle Framing Hammer
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$109.99
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$82.99
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Our most popular framing weight in our solid Titanium heads. Hits like a 24 oz. Steel hammer with 45% less weight and 10 times less recoil shock!
Features:
  • 14 oz. solid milled face titanium head
  • 18 in. curved axe-style hickory handle
  • Straight claw design
  • Stiletto's signature Magnetic Nail Starter
Includes:
  • 14 oz. Titanium Milled/Curved 18 in. Hickory Handle Framing Hammer - TI14MC

Specifications

Face Style: Milled
Handle Length: 18 in.
Handle Material: Hickory
Handle Style: Curved
Head Material: Titanium
Head Weight: 14 oz.
Shipping Weight: 1.40 lbs.

Recommendations

Reviews

4.5 / 5.0
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Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend (2)
Pros
Lightweight (2)
Best Uses
Large Projects (2)
Small Projects (1)
Home Repair (1)
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Pros
Lightweight
Best Uses
Large Projects
Small Projects
Home Repair
Really good but
Great hammer BUT the handle "feel" and shape is NOT as good as on my 10 ooz finishing hammer which is THE BEST HAMMER I have ever owned.
May 18, 2016
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Pros
Lightweight
Best Uses
Large Projects
Less joint and muscle stress!
Great Hammer and still a good deal for the price. Replacement handles are only $15. If you're in the business it will pay for itself in a few years. The stress on my wrist, hand, and arm is significantly less than when using steel hammers.

The only CON is that its light weight makes it less effective for smashing studs and beams around. But that's why we have sledge hammers :)
October 12, 2012

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