Thursday, August 30, 2012

Cook Lead Hammer Service

It seems like a strange title to forge into a hammer handle. As this lead hammer seems rather used, I wondered if this company re-heads worn lead hammers. A quick Google search reveals that the Cook Hammer Company is alive and well in Warwick, Rhode Island making quality non-marring and non-sparking hammers.
 The company was started in 1937 by Lawrence H. Cook because he saw the need for fine quality, non-marring hammers in local industry. www.cookhammer.com  The demo of the before and after shows this hammer to be somewhat past prime... and there's no mention at all of the RoHS Directive.


2 comments:

Kyle Hartley said...

how much money for it?i found one in ground couple months ago

Mister G said...

Not a lot. I think I paid $2 for mine...