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Double Clawed Wrecking Hammer
"It's hard to believe how much time it saves," says Bill Witty, who built a unique double-clawed hammer by welding two 20-oz. hammer heads together.
Witty says he does lots of remodeling and got tired of always having to reach for a wrecking bar or block of wood to pull long nails. "You can start pulling with the bottom claw and finish with the upper claw," he explains.
An added advantage of the hammer is its increased weight, which helps knock apart nailed-together wood. The double hammer head is mounted on a hatchet handle that runs through both heads. Key to success of the hammer is using identically matched heads, and cutting off the head of the second hammer.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, William F. Witty, Rt. 3, Box 153, Aragon Road, Montegut, La. 70377 (ph 504 594-4781).

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1987 - Volume #11, Issue #1