Framing Hammers come in fiberglass and steel models.

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Solid Steel Blue Max(TM) Hammers include Shock-Blok(TM) vibration-absorbing insert made of hickory and laminated rubber in hammer's head. Fiberglass Blue Max(TM) Hammers feature high-impact overstrike guard and shock-cushioning hollow core handle. Both are offered in 19 oz head weights with straight handles, while hickory-handled hammers come in 19 or 23 oz with curved or straight handles. All include Head Start(TM) magnetic nail-holding notch capable of starting 16 d and 20 d nails.




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Vaughan Adds Fiberglass and Steel Models to Blue Max(TM) Framing Hammers Line



HEBRON, IL -- Vaughan & Bushnell is adding solid steel and fiberglass models to its popular line of Blue Max(TM) High Performance Framing Hammers featuring the Head-Start(TM) magnetic nail-holding notch.

The Solid Steel Blue Max(TM) will include Vaughan's patented Shock-Blok(TM), a vibration-absorbing insert of hickory and laminated rubber in the hammer's head. The new Fiberglass Blue Max(TM) will feature a high impact overstrike guard and a shock-cushioning hollow core handle. The new hammers join Vaughan's Blue Max(TM) hickory-handled framing hammer, whose rugged features include an oversized striking face and a high polished, drop forged head, triple wedged to the hatchet style handle for secure bonding.

Both the fiberglass and sold steel models are offered in 19-ounce head weights with straight handles, while the hickory-handled, Blue Max comes in weights of 19 or 23 ounces and curved or straight handles. All include Vaughan's patented Head Start(TM) magnetic nail-holding notch capable of starting 16d and 20d nails.

Vaughan's complete line of Blue Max(TM) High Performance Framing Hammers is available at hardware stores, home centers and building supply outlets nationwide. For more information contact: Vaughan & Bushnell Manufacturing Company, P.O. Box 390, Hebron, IL 60034-0390 or visit them on the Internet at www.vaughanmfg.com or at http://www.hammernet.com/news.htm

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