Framing hammers are used for constructing wooden housing frames. They are considered to be a rip hammers and feature either a straight or curved claw. A framing hammer usually weighs between 20 and 32 ounces when they have steel constructed heads and 12 to 16 ounces when they have titanium constructed heads. Our framing rip claw hammer selection has a variety of wooden, textured rubber and fiberglass handles. Along with our titanium hammer and claw hammer selection, we carry sledges for heavy-duty uses such as concrete removal. Engineer drilling blacksmith hammers are used for forging applications. We carry picks riveting chipping hammers for removing plaster or demolition, and ball pein hammers are versatile and useful for maintenance, agricultural, and automotive industries.