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Old 10-08-2012, 08:19 PM   #21 (permalink)
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no sorry that was my lame attempt at humor. since you bought the bar end weight primarily for look but were surprised at their function. i was going the same route with the hammers. my bad
I figured it was a joke Mike, but since I don't know what the heck to use a deadblow hammer for, it didn't come off as snappy as your usual one liners

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Look at all the keyboard comedians.that's funny stuff. I'll give it a try. What is a deadblow hummer?







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Ok ok ok, deadblow hammer is a hard plastic hammer that is filled with bb's or shot. You use it to build furniture and hammer it together. The blows force all the energy to the object being hit with no bounce or damage to the materials being hit. They come in various weights. They are functional when working with furniture, machinery, etc. now you know.
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ooooh, I might have to get one of those. Seriously. Never knew why I'd want one. A man can't have too many hammers you know.

The first tool I ever bought a looong time ago was a Vaughn 16 ounce claw hammer. Still have it.

I won't name the rest, out of respect for those who don't have a buttload of tools. I'm like a woman and her shoes...
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ooooh, I might have to get one of those. Seriously. Never knew why I'd want one. A man can't have too many hammers you know.

The first tool I ever bought a looong time ago was a Vaughn 16 ounce claw hammer. Still have it.

I won't name the rest, out of respect for those who don't have a buttload of tools. I'm like a woman and her shoes...
Does anyone remember the 1984 movie" Splash" with Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah and John Candy? Some guy was ferrying Tom Hanks over to this Island in a little row boat when the outboard motor quit. Tom looked scared, but the guy said: don't worry I brought my tools while picking up a fairly decent size tool box. He opened this big tool box and the only tools in there were three hammers!!! One big, one medium size and a small one. I laughed my a$$ off. John Candy was pretty funny in that movie too.
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John Candy.

Steve Martin.

Planes Trains and Automobiles.

God rest his (John) soul. Loved that man.
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I have used dead blow hammers a lot and I like them very well. They greatly reduce bounce back, nearly eliminate it.
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So if I buy two dead blow hammers and tie one to each side I won't need streamers and they will reduce vibration ??

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Well, streamers are of course a personal choice. If you're a tassle man, then you probably won't be able to give it up cold turkey. But it does reduce vibration
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