This is a tool for the ages. Constructed here in Maine by Garland Tool Manufacturer in Saco, Maine. The faces of this mallet are made of tough, long-wearing, water buffalo rawhide. They're ideal for use on broad-faced striking surfaces in a broad range of applications.
The large nut at the base of the head actually unscrews and the head splits allowing you to swap out the faces. Six face types are available: rawhide, copper, urethane, nylon, Gar-Dur plastic and BASA. And these different faces are used for a myriad of projects from installing and removing refractory bricks to assembling timber frame structures and much more.
The quality, craftmanship and heft of this hammer make it the type of tool that you can pass on to your grandchildren. We carry all of the interchangeable heads -- if you don't see the size or material you need here on our website, give us a call: 207-442-7938
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