• MARKETTY Gunsmithing Hammer with 4 Tips by Militaria
  • MARKETTY Gunsmithing Hammer with 4 Tips by Militaria
  • MARKETTY Gunsmithing Hammer with 4 Tips by Militaria
MARKETTY Gunsmithing Hammer with 4 Tips by Militaria
MARKETTY Gunsmithing Hammer with 4 Tips by Militaria
MARKETTY Gunsmithing Hammer with 4 Tips by Militaria

MARKETTY Gunsmithing Hammer with 4 Tips by Militaria

SKU:HA61G57T6
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SG$ 64.00
Regular price
SG$ 106.00
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Expected Delivery: 21-28 days

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  • Nylon face is non-marring and great for alignment
  • Brass face can be used for driving pins and punches
  • Includes 4 tips
  • 9" overall

Customer Reviews

Not exactly what it may seem to be.This item may be alright to use in some instances, but it should not be a dedicated gunsmithing hammer. The heads are a bit too big for fine work. Overall the construction feels good, but the threads on 2 out of the 4 head I received were misaligned. They are still usable, but I would not count on them holding up for an extended period of time. For the low cost, I would be ignorant to pay $7 to send it back, so I am just going to chalk this one up as a lesson learned. I am not faulting the seller 100%, but this should be checked before the products leave the sellers hands.2Good Hammer / MalletA good and useful hammer. Got it primarily for gunsmithing but could see it coming in handy for other tasks. Like the different heads. Only reason for subtracting a star in that the head to body fit was not very good. When I put the brace face on it did not sit quare to the body of the hamer. It will probably seat down okay after some more use but having things machined un-squarely annoys me.4Does the job.. its a hammer not a scalpel.It worked as intended, no issue with missing heads or head alignment. For the price paid - works as needed. Hammered hardened punches on rust-frozen pins on a pistol rebuild. I was afraid of breaking the punches. Brass head worked well in that situation and I would recommend it to the hobbyist gunsmith or anyone that would have to do roll or other pin work. I used the translucent polymer head to set one pin in place and zero damage on the slide's finish.Well worth the low price. I would re-buy if this were to wear-out.5BUYER BEWARE. PICTURES ARE INACCURATEBUYER BEWARE. PICTURES ARE INACCURATE...As other reviewers have mentioned, you will not get flat surfaced metal hammer heads as pictured. The metal hammer heads you will get are domed not flat. This makes them absolutely useless for gunsmithing. You can not tap in a roll pin that is close to the gun body since you do not have the flat hammer head required to get close to the gun body without damaging it. IF ONLY THEY SOLD YOU WHAT THEY HAVE DISPLAYED IN THE ADVERTISEMENT. Unfortunately I did not inspect the hammer when I received it, so now that I need the hammer, I am running out to buy one and I am out the money for this one. SHAME ON YOU, THE SELLER FOR DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING...SHAME ON AMAZON, IF YOU DO NOT POLICE COMPLAINTS LIKE THIS.YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED POTENTIAL BUYERS.1Great little hammer for gunsmithing I was initially considering the Tekton 30812 and I am glad I got this one. This is the perfect size hammer for gunsmithing. The tips may require a little Loctite 242 to secure, but that is to be expected with frequent use. 5Good product and I like the flexability of the head types.Hammer and tips appear well made. Nice weight for using with my punch set. I use this for firearm assembly and disassembly. The multiple hammer faces protect your firearm from damage and provide the flexibility of the right tool for the job in one device. I can recommend this.4Cheap / pos / paper weightI know, I know... for $11, what did I expect? But this is my honest impression. Not much point in selling it if it doesn't work as it should. Tips provided do not line up center or mate flat against body (see photo). Rubber handle slides right off with only gravity force. Suppose to come with 4 tips... rubber, nylon, aluminum and brass. I bought it for the brass tip. Care to guess which tip was not included?.... yep, the brass. Got refund and getting a $16 Tekton hammer. I've had good luck with that brand in the past.1This is quite a nice little hammer for small gunsmithing jobsThis is quite a nice little hammer for small gunsmithing jobs. My only complaint is that the different heads don't stay threaded very well out of box. A little loctite worked wonders for me, although I would recommend using something a little weaker than blue 242.4Perfect gunsmith hammer for the amateur!I'm not a professional gun smith, but I do work on my firearms at least 2-3 times a week. For my use, this hammer has been perfect. I have not had any of the 'coming loose' issues that others have had (I'd just Loctite them if I did!)...but I do check the heads prior to using it each time. No big deal. Zero mars on my gun finishes after purchasing this item. I have only used the brass and nylon heads, but they've been great and the price is definitely right.5Good hammer, minor issues, but still solid.(EDIT ~2 years after purchase: 'The little hammer that could'. It's helped assemble a few AR receivers. Whacked several stubborn roll pins into submission. Tapped in oodles of well-behaved roll pins, too. It's never marred anything and the brass tip is hard enough for 'serious' work, while still soft enough that it won't damage Al receivers if (God forbid) you make a mistake.Threadlocker (blue only) makes the difference between tips that come loose or a solid & functional tool.As it turns out, my concern RE: its rather small size/weight was unwarranted. You don't need or want a 16oz hammer to work on guns - the little hammer is perfectly sized and has plenty of heft to do gunsmithy stuff.I'd gladly buy the same little hammer all over again.)A very nice little hammer for the cost. It is smaller than I expected, but I didn't perform my due diligence in confirming it's size prior to purchase.It will definitely do the job. Two minor issues:1). Some people note that the tips can back out, unscrewing from the hammer itself. Blue-colored Loctite or other brands of threadlocker will prevent the unscrewing tips from driving the user nuts.2). The tips are steel, brass, rubber, and nylon. The rubber and nylon are practically indistinguishable from one another, and are UNLABELED.I am happy w/ it, and look forward to using many times.5Do Not PurchaseFirst and foremost, this item is NOT RETURNABLE. The item I received was not as pictured, with the brass head having a convex shaped head (unusable for gunsmithing). The hammer is cheaply manufactured in almost every respect. Loose and sloppy attachment of the heads and the shaft. Find an alternative.1
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Description
  • Nylon face is non-marring and great for alignment
  • Brass face can be used for driving pins and punches
  • Includes 4 tips
  • 9" overall
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Not exactly what it may seem to be.This item may be alright to use in some instances, but it should not be a dedicated gunsmithing hammer. The heads are a bit too big for fine work. Overall the construction feels good, but the threads on 2 out of the 4 head I received were misaligned. They are still usable, but I would not count on them holding up for an extended period of time. For the low cost, I would be ignorant to pay $7 to send it back, so I am just going to chalk this one up as a lesson learned. I am not faulting the seller 100%, but this should be checked before the products leave the sellers hands.2Good Hammer / MalletA good and useful hammer. Got it primarily for gunsmithing but could see it coming in handy for other tasks. Like the different heads. Only reason for subtracting a star in that the head to body fit was not very good. When I put the brace face on it did not sit quare to the body of the hamer. It will probably seat down okay after some more use but having things machined un-squarely annoys me.4Does the job.. its a hammer not a scalpel.It worked as intended, no issue with missing heads or head alignment. For the price paid - works as needed. Hammered hardened punches on rust-frozen pins on a pistol rebuild. I was afraid of breaking the punches. Brass head worked well in that situation and I would recommend it to the hobbyist gunsmith or anyone that would have to do roll or other pin work. I used the translucent polymer head to set one pin in place and zero damage on the slide's finish.Well worth the low price. I would re-buy if this were to wear-out.5BUYER BEWARE. PICTURES ARE INACCURATEBUYER BEWARE. PICTURES ARE INACCURATE...As other reviewers have mentioned, you will not get flat surfaced metal hammer heads as pictured. The metal hammer heads you will get are domed not flat. This makes them absolutely useless for gunsmithing. You can not tap in a roll pin that is close to the gun body since you do not have the flat hammer head required to get close to the gun body without damaging it. IF ONLY THEY SOLD YOU WHAT THEY HAVE DISPLAYED IN THE ADVERTISEMENT. Unfortunately I did not inspect the hammer when I received it, so now that I need the hammer, I am running out to buy one and I am out the money for this one. SHAME ON YOU, THE SELLER FOR DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING...SHAME ON AMAZON, IF YOU DO NOT POLICE COMPLAINTS LIKE THIS.YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED POTENTIAL BUYERS.1Great little hammer for gunsmithing I was initially considering the Tekton 30812 and I am glad I got this one. This is the perfect size hammer for gunsmithing. The tips may require a little Loctite 242 to secure, but that is to be expected with frequent use. 5Good product and I like the flexability of the head types.Hammer and tips appear well made. Nice weight for using with my punch set. I use this for firearm assembly and disassembly. The multiple hammer faces protect your firearm from damage and provide the flexibility of the right tool for the job in one device. I can recommend this.4Cheap / pos / paper weightI know, I know... for $11, what did I expect? But this is my honest impression. Not much point in selling it if it doesn't work as it should. Tips provided do not line up center or mate flat against body (see photo). Rubber handle slides right off with only gravity force. Suppose to come with 4 tips... rubber, nylon, aluminum and brass. I bought it for the brass tip. Care to guess which tip was not included?.... yep, the brass. Got refund and getting a $16 Tekton hammer. I've had good luck with that brand in the past.1This is quite a nice little hammer for small gunsmithing jobsThis is quite a nice little hammer for small gunsmithing jobs. My only complaint is that the different heads don't stay threaded very well out of box. A little loctite worked wonders for me, although I would recommend using something a little weaker than blue 242.4Perfect gunsmith hammer for the amateur!I'm not a professional gun smith, but I do work on my firearms at least 2-3 times a week. For my use, this hammer has been perfect. I have not had any of the 'coming loose' issues that others have had (I'd just Loctite them if I did!)...but I do check the heads prior to using it each time. No big deal. Zero mars on my gun finishes after purchasing this item. I have only used the brass and nylon heads, but they've been great and the price is definitely right.5Good hammer, minor issues, but still solid.(EDIT ~2 years after purchase: 'The little hammer that could'. It's helped assemble a few AR receivers. Whacked several stubborn roll pins into submission. Tapped in oodles of well-behaved roll pins, too. It's never marred anything and the brass tip is hard enough for 'serious' work, while still soft enough that it won't damage Al receivers if (God forbid) you make a mistake.Threadlocker (blue only) makes the difference between tips that come loose or a solid & functional tool.As it turns out, my concern RE: its rather small size/weight was unwarranted. You don't need or want a 16oz hammer to work on guns - the little hammer is perfectly sized and has plenty of heft to do gunsmithy stuff.I'd gladly buy the same little hammer all over again.)A very nice little hammer for the cost. It is smaller than I expected, but I didn't perform my due diligence in confirming it's size prior to purchase.It will definitely do the job. Two minor issues:1). Some people note that the tips can back out, unscrewing from the hammer itself. Blue-colored Loctite or other brands of threadlocker will prevent the unscrewing tips from driving the user nuts.2). The tips are steel, brass, rubber, and nylon. The rubber and nylon are practically indistinguishable from one another, and are UNLABELED.I am happy w/ it, and look forward to using many times.5Do Not PurchaseFirst and foremost, this item is NOT RETURNABLE. The item I received was not as pictured, with the brass head having a convex shaped head (unusable for gunsmithing). The hammer is cheaply manufactured in almost every respect. Loose and sloppy attachment of the heads and the shaft. Find an alternative.1
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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