AJC Magnetic-faced Roofing Hammer w/Utility Blade

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Holding a hammer can get a bit worrisome when Murphy’s Law Enforcement has a quota to fill.

Well, how would you like to laugh in Murphy’s face?

Your fingers will be out of the radar’s range when you use this 17 oz. Magnetic-faced Roofing Hammer by ACJ. A neodymium magnet, the most potent permanent magnet in the world, is hidden in the strike face. Secure a felt cap or roofing nail to the hammer head, and WHAM! You’ve got quick and easy application without the arrest of black and blue fingers.

Conversely, a conveniently included nail claw removes roofing and cap nails. The built-in utility blade extends and retracts without requiring other tools, and with a sliding gauge to help keep courses on the straight and narrow, you’ll always have a Plan B. Plus, a top-grade hickory handle and high carbon steel forging puts this tool on America’s most-wanted list. It’ll probably get lost before it ever breaks.

This carpenter’s hatchet stands a rough 13.5 inches tall in a lineup, and is notorious for nailing metal on flat roofs, trimming shingles, and nailing down roofing felt. Some have even reported some suspicious vapor barrier wrapping around a house, and this...

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Holding a hammer can get a bit worrisome when Murphy’s Law Enforcement has a quota to fill.

Well, how would you like to laugh in Murphy’s face?

Your fingers will be out of the radar’s range when you use this 17 oz. Magnetic-faced Roofing Hammer by ACJ. A neodymium magnet, the most potent permanent magnet in the world, is hidden in the strike face. Secure a felt cap or roofing nail to the hammer head, and WHAM! You’ve got quick and easy application without the arrest of black and blue fingers.

Conversely, a conveniently included nail claw removes roofing and cap nails. The built-in utility blade extends and retracts without requiring other tools, and with a sliding gauge to help keep courses on the straight and narrow, you’ll always have a Plan B. Plus, a top-grade hickory handle and high carbon steel forging puts this tool on America’s most-wanted list. It’ll probably get lost before it ever breaks.

This carpenter’s hatchet stands a rough 13.5 inches tall in a lineup, and is notorious for nailing metal on flat roofs, trimming shingles, and nailing down roofing felt. Some have even reported some suspicious vapor barrier wrapping around a house, and this tool was on site. Safety precautions are recommended when approaching the suspect.