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Gunsmithing Hammer - Brass

$10.99
SKU:
B0061G57T6
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This is a great brass hammer to be used with your specialized gunsmithing needs. Very lightweight and extremely durable with a wooden handle.

Specs

  • Brass Head with a wooden handle
  • 9 1/8 inches long
  • 3 ounces
  • Head diameter is 5/8 of an inch

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Platform:
AR15
Platform:
AR9

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