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Dead blows are one of those things you don’t understand as a rookie, but they’re based. I barely ever use the bouncy rubber mallet anymore. Feels like you get 2x-3x the energy out of it for similar size rubber one.

The little brass head one has treated me well too. They’re cheap dead blows but I’ll grab a better one if I manage to fuck it up. Home Depots around me just cleaned up their hammer selection and have a handful of Husky and Estwing deadblows depending on your budget, and Husky is cool if you manage to crack it hitting something sharp real hard repeatedly.

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