This little handle was a perfect fit for a four once ball pein head that was my father's. I played with it as a child and was probably the one who broke the handle. It took very little shaving and fit perfectly, I did not have to use a wedge at all, I stoped short in case it did split, if it needs it later I can put it in. It's a solid handle, well formed and of good grained hickory. Thanks for helping me restore my Dad's eighty year old hammer!
Cool handle - however it split when I drove the metal wedge in. No fault of Beaver Tooth - but this is a delicate handle for a very small hammer.
That is sometimes curse of a steel wedge. Should last a long time anyway.
Really nice, straight-grained wood that is a perfect fit for a ball-pein hammer head I picked up a while ago.
Great fit! Very happy, great company with the largest selection of handles.
Many years ago, my Dad gave me some hammers he used while a machinist in the 1950s. I’ve used them for decades. About 15 years ago the handle on a small ball peen hammer he’d given me finally snapped. I’d been looking for a replacement since then. One day I decided to give it another try on the internet and found the Beaver-Tooth site. Just received it and it fit perfectly. Looks good and solid. Revived a 70 year old hammer. Thanks.