How versatile are striking tools? What else shapes metal, pounds out a dent, hits a chisel or flattens a bump? And each striking tool has its specialty.
And each striking tool has its specialty. The dual head design of a ball peen hammer lets you strike a chisel or shape metal.
The big soft face of a rubber mallet is great for 'persuading' stubborn parts on or off. And the shock-absorbing design of a dead blow hammer provides all the power without the rebound.
Powerbuilt striking tools. Because sometimes you just need to hit something.