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Auto-Hammer Works Where a Regular Hammer Can’t

This is not not necessarily a hammer replacement, but it's great for tight spaces that are hard or awkward to reach.  This tool produces 3,600 impacts per minute and can drive up to 16d common nails.  It's a speciality tool that can be invaluable for driving nails in hard-to-reach spots.  It's also handy for attaching pipe clips, electrical boxes, joist hangers and other fittings and brackets.

The tool used in this video is the Hammerhead Auto-Hammer from Sears Craftsman.  For more product details, click here.

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