These tools look bad arse. They've got names better than any Nordic Black Metal band. They look like they've just been released from a lengthy prison sentence. I can't decide if I want to use them to build a shed or mash a zombie.
The "Dead On" Steel framing and construction hammer uses a patent-pending "tuning fork" design to eliminate most vibration before it gets to the handle. The "Death Stick" hammers feature an S-7 investment cast head, which is harder and tougher than standard 1060 steel. And the "Annihilator" seven-function wrecking bar could probably take a house apart from the shingles down if given half a chance. [Dead On via Man of the House]