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Thread: rotary hammer or demo hammer?

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    We got nervous about getting a HF demmo hammer when we saw that they had been discontinued, so when we went to the store and they had the display model left I bought it and ordered a power cord since they had cut it off. Paid to much for it. Then I started seeing them on EBay and picked one up for $37 plus shipping. Then last week I was brousing craigslist and saw a month old listing of one that was In excellent conditions so I went and bought it for $60. So I guess we are good for hammers but may need another Hole Hawg. Also need advice on what kind of nail gun is best for doing the chinking nails.

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    LHBA Member Shark's Avatar
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    There is one at home Depot for a bit over$100 now.
    Completed #1 - Sold #1.....#2 about to start

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepdog419 View Post
    So a 12.5 amp will do the job?
    Mary in Pennsylvania

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    LHBA Member John17three's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MPeterson1020 View Post
    So a 12.5 amp will do the job?
    That link has two different models pictured for the same listing. 15 amps would be better, but those units are much heavier. Jwhitehead23 recently purchased the one you linked, but it was the one pictured with the square casing, NOT the one with the more formed/aerodynamic look to it. It seems to work nicely. His logs were large, green yellow pine.
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    This is the one you'd want from HF.

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