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Mallet, Beechwood, 20 oz., 4-1/2" Head

$38.99

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These close grained beech mallets have angled faces that provide a maximum striking surface with reduced wrist and arm fatigue. The handle is chamfered for a comfortable, splinter-free grip and is secured in the head by a long taper, making it impossible for the head to loosen and fly...

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These close grained beech mallets have angled faces that provide a maximum striking surface with reduced wrist and arm fatigue. The handle is chamfered for a comfortable, splinter-free grip and is secured in the head by a long taper, making it impossible for the head to loosen and fly off.
  • Weighs 20 ounces
  • Mallet head diameter 4-1/2"
  • Handle is chamfered for a comfortable,
  • Splinter-free grip
  • Grip is secured in the head by a long taper, making it impossible for the head to loosen and fly off

Articles & Blogs

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Fred Esker joins us at our Woodcraft woodshop, taking his utensil carving to the next level with his spoon carving mule in place of his workbench vise to enhance his spoon making abilities, while sharing plenty of tips & techniques for crafting spoons in this Woodworking Adventures video!

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Mulebench blog

We join Fred Esker at his woodshop to capture and enjoy building a Spoon Mule. Fred teaches his hand carved spoon making skill set using a simple spoon mule which is created with primarily hand tools intermixed with some power tools. He is a member of the Geppetto's Carving Club at our Woodcraft store in Parkersburg, WV.

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Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Mallet

    Good quality. Works well. Smoothed out sharp edges. Great tool.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good but requires tweaking

    As purchased the removable handle had an odd curve on its sides which did not match the uniform taper of the mortise in the head of the mallet. This was solved rather simply by planing. Also, be sure to use a chisel to create a small chamfer on the smaller edges (both top and bottom) of the mortise passing throgh the mallet head to prevent tearing out of the exposed end grain when removing and reinserting the handle. Otherwise it is a nice mallet.

  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    crown mallet beechwood 20 oz

    the weight is good but the handel makes it flimsy hard to handel

  4. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    A flawed beauty.

    I really like this mallet. The only problem I have with it is a chunk of wood is splintered out of the edge of the hole where the handle exits on the grip end. A slight chamfer in the handle hole might have eliminated this damage prior to attaching the head to the handle. Otherwise it looks great and performs like a champ.

  5. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    easy to use.works great

    nothing at this time.still checking it out

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