We are compiling an ever growing list of U.S. Hammers Manufactures & Brands, which might include large corporations, small companies or individuals.
There is currently 14 brands in this list, which might include hammers made from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.
We've also included a few details about the companies and their products along with direct links to both the manufacturer & various on-line retailers where you can get the latest prices, shipping costs, special offers & more, when available.
ABC Hammers are proudly made in the USA and have set the quality standard for over 50 years. The hammers are used for all non-marring and non-sparking applications, and are available in brass and bronze. In addition to its standard line of hammers, ABC Hammers, Inc. also manufactures dead blow and soft face hammers as well as custom hammers to meet specific needs of its OEM customers.
The American Metal Products Company (later called "Ampco") produced the first-ever line of aluminum bronze safety hand tools in 1922. This marked the beginning of Ampco Safety Tools. Today, most of their safety tools are manufactured in Garland, Texas.
Every Atlas Tomahawk, Dual-Tool and Hammer is original in design and have been developed and improved by them since 1939. Their first consideration in building tools is safety because the heads are pinned to the handles so they won't fly off. Other tools may be equal in price or sell for slightly less but with Atlas, you get much, much more for your money.
Even before you pick it up, you can see the quality that goes into a Dalluge hammer. From its high-polished head to its buffed hickory handle, a Dalluge hammer oozes craftsmanship and attention to detail. All Dalluge Hammers are 100% Made in the U.S.A.
The Douglas Hammer brand is committed to providing the highest-quality, maximum utility, wood-handled hammers for the trade professional and do-it-your-selfer alike. Douglas has hammers for all aspects of carpentry.
For over ninety years, Estwing has taken pride in designing and manufacturing the finest American made hand tools. Their hammers and axes are forged in one piece of solid
American steel to last a lifetime. These are tools you will use and then hand down to the next generation.
HARDCORE Hammers Recessed Milled Traction Surface Grips Only the Nail...The smooth outer rim protects the traction surface from striking anything but the nail, improving resistance to wear. The smooth outer rim also protects fingers and thumbs from injury from the waffle. HARDCORE Hammers Leave NO Waffle Print...HARDCORE Hammers Compares To NO Other Hammer.
The company, started with just a few hundred dollars in 1876, has continued to grow and prosper through a series of ownership changes and is now a multi-million operation that became part of the Ames True Temper family of companies in 1999. Ames True Temper was purchased by Griffon Corporation in September 2010.
Housed in a 75,000 square foot facility, Ken-Tool is a primary manufacturer of product, with its manufacturing expertise centered around drop hammer, upsetter, and press forging. The company goes to market through the traditional aftermarket distribution network. The company also does contract forging for various companies both in and outside its industry.
Klein Tools makes over 3,000 products, has 7 manufacturing plants in the U.S. and manufactures the majority of those products in the U.S. The Klein family has been committed to manufacturing the highest quality hand tools with unmatched durability and comfort for over 155 years. The result, authentic Klein Tools is the number one choice among professional tradesmen.
Hammers & Mallets by NC Black Co., LLC. With over 25 years experience working in Metal, Engraving and the Art of Tool Making, three metalsmiths created NC BLACK Company in response to the special needs of miniature smithing, raising, and shell forming by making their own hammers to complete intricate commissioned works.
Non-sparking / non-marring surface for many applications. Brass head absorbs blow and reduces rebound. Flat surface for even distribution of blow. Comfortable, non-slip handle grip. Brass heads have a nominal 30 C Rockwell hardness.
Stiletto Tool Company proudly traces it's history to the earliest days of the California Gold Rush. Since 1849, we have provided professionals, homeowners and do-it-yourselfers the tools that have literally shaped the building of the West. Today, Stiletto's line of Titanium striking tools continues that tradition into the 21st Century.
The people of Vaughan are the true foundation of the company's success. Dedicated to the goal of producing the finest striking tools in the world, they have helped transform Vaughan from a small maker of hand tools to the world's largest manufacturer of striking tools.