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Top Ten Tools Needed To Survive The Zombie Apocalypse

October 31, 2013

To Celebrate Halloween, While Also Capitalizing On America’s New Obsession With The Walking Dead, We’ve Compiled Our Top Ten Tools To Have For The Zombie Apocalypse… Part 4 5. The Hitachi CS33EB16 32 cc 2 Stroke Gas Powered Rear Handle Chain Saw With 16″ Oregon Bar And Chain maybe loud, but if your going down, ...

Estwing Lightweight Rock Picks Leather Grip E13P

July 27, 2013

EstWing has a new product line for geological surveying including their lightweight rock Pick with a leather grip, the E13P, the Geo Rock Bag GRB, the Steel Gold Pan 16-16, and the Geo/Paleo PickGP-100. The Lightweight Rock Picks Leather Grip E13P is made in the USA with a beautiful leather grip and is 12.5″ in length. Estwing’s ...

EstWing Tomahawk Axe Leather Grip ETA

July 25, 2013

Estwing has a new line of Tomahawks and Black Eagle Double Bit Axes including the Estwing Leather Black Eagle Tomahawk leather grip ETA, the Estwing Black Eagle Double Bit Axe EBDBA, and the Estwing Black Eagle Double Bit Axe E6-DBA. The EstWing ETA Tomahawk Axe Leather Grip is 16.25 inches in length, and is an American-made Leather Black Eagle ...

EstWing MRF40BS 40 oz Sure Strike fiberglass blacksmith hammer

July 24, 2013

Estwings new product line of hammers is here with the EstWing MRF40BS 40 oz Sure Strike fiberglass blacksmith hammer, the EstWing MRW25LM 25 oz Sure Strike framing hammer with hickory handle, and the Estwing Fiberglass handle ball peen hammer MRF16BP. The EstWing MRF40BS 40 oz Sure Strike fiberglass blacksmith hammer is a 14″ in length 40 oz. Blacksmith’s hammer. Made with USA  forged steel ...

EstWing Solid Steel Carpenters Hatchet 3.625″ Cutting Edge E32H

February 15, 2013

Are Carpenter’s Hatchets Obsolete? Carpenter hatchets, otherwise known as rigging axes, were widely used years ago during the building boom following World War 2, as men found themselves mainly working with a lot of rough-sewn lumber they used for framing, shingling, and building new industrial and residential structures. In their day, carpenter’s hatchets were the ...