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So, I gonna guess the guy was........Like crap. They suck. The service is horrible. I ordered a new shaft for my 23oz and they sent me just the shaft. They never answered any calls, no return emails, etc. They were moving i guess, but still. I now use stilletto. No issues with them. Not to mention not nearly as heavy. The hammer though is incredible. Douglas does have some neat patents that make it my favorite and Tom Silva's. If you get the hammer and something goes wrong i would say just order a new one. DOn't try to get replacements or anything.
I remember the Rasta guy,Now the real question. We were in a discussion about pricing and we were ragging on a guy about tree fiddy. Someone posted a picture of a dude drinking a bottle out of a brown bag and the heading was ill do it for a jug. It was funny as . Do you remember that thread? I want to see the pic again.
You might try a little tread lock on those and see if that helps.the wood handle does not break. It is made of Hickory. The propblem are the screws that hold the head on the handle. They become loose and fall out. They are hex bolts that are flat and can not be replaced at a general hardware store. I guess it is like the complaint about the stiletto face falling off. At least the one that is interchangeable. Happy birthday by the way.
Oh they do. I don't think I've ever bought a hickory handle hammer that I haven't broke. Yet I'm abusive to my tools, many overstrikes on hard surfaces combined with sinking concrete nails when your too lazy to get the Hilti from the truck and pulling out big ole nails from dry wood is a recepie for a few broken handles.the wood handle does not break. It is made of Hickory.
The stiletto is 10x the hammer for something like 25 bucks more...The Douglas is good to jerkoff too thats about it.But I don't swing a hammer often/long enough to warrant dropping the cash on a ti-bone or stilleto.