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I'm in for a Shooboy Hammer. Let me know when my number is up, and I'll pay promptly. Best to contact me through my email addy in my profile.

Thanks.
 
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I would be in for one as well. Just let me know!!
 
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I'll get in line. Put me down for one.
 
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does anyone have any pictures of them? I would like to see one. Thanks
 
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does anyone have any pictures of them? I would like to see one. Thanks


Search Shooboy hammer on youtube. There is a review there.



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It warmed my heart to see this thread back up.

I'd like the opportunity to purchase a Shooboy Hammer when they become available.


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I just saw this, that's great news. Please put me in for one, thanks!

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As I mentioned, black oxide was previously done at $75 for up to 75 pounds of weight. I cannot afford to do that for small runs, so the hammers will have to be painted instead.

Randy, my hammer (perhaps an early model) does not have any black oxide finish, just plain metal (pic below). Personally, I would prefer one like that as opposed to one that is painted, and that would certainly make your production easier, no?
 

 
 
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I'll take one.


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I'll take one too.
 
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As I mentioned, black oxide was previously done at $75 for up to 75 pounds of weight. I cannot afford to do that for small runs, so the hammers will have to be painted instead.

Randy, my hammer (perhaps an early model) does not have any black oxide finish, just plain metal (pic below). Personally, I would prefer one like that as opposed to one that is painted, and that would certainly make your production easier, no?
 

 


Wow, that is a very early one ! I'm going to paint them to avoid the chance of rusting. I will be searching around though possibly in the future to see about other finishing ideas....
 
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Originally posted by shooboy:
As I mentioned, black oxide was previously done at $75 for up to 75 pounds of weight. I cannot afford to do that for small runs, so the hammers will have to be painted instead.

Randy, my hammer (perhaps an early model) does not have any black oxide finish, just plain metal (pic below). Personally, I would prefer one like that as opposed to one that is painted, and that would certainly make your production easier, no?
 

 


Wow, that is a very early one ! I'm going to paint them to avoid the chance of rusting. I will be searching around though possibly in the future to see about other finishing ideas....


I have an identical hammer that has some rust, all from the sweat of my hand using it. It gives it character.

Randy, if you get the necessary 75 pounds of hammers done for the black oxide finish, and its a mere $75 to do it, I'll pay that bill for the whole $75 with a smile and call it a karma.



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I'm interested in one & some extra tips. Will be sending email to get more info.

Thanks , Pep


I need some too. Specifically the black nylon, delrin and brass. Mine are in ok shape but would love to have a backup set.
 
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Originally posted by shooboy:
As I mentioned, black oxide was previously done at $75 for up to 75 pounds of weight. I cannot afford to do that for small runs, so the hammers will have to be painted instead.

Randy, my hammer (perhaps an early model) does not have any black oxide finish, just plain metal (pic below). Personally, I would prefer one like that as opposed to one that is painted, and that would certainly make your production easier, no?
 

 


Wow, that is a very early one ! I'm going to paint them to avoid the chance of rusting. I will be searching around though possibly in the future to see about other finishing ideas....


I have an identical hammer that has some rust, all from the sweat of my hand using it. It gives it character.

Randy, if you get the necessary 75 pounds of hammers done for the black oxide finish, and its a mere $75 to do it, I'll pay that bill for the whole $75 with a smile and call it a karma.




That’s generous, SIG2340. I’d be willing to go in half with the oxide coating if that helps. As with SIG2340, karma and such.
 
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I hope you're doing well, and just saw this thread come up again. Please put me done for one if any will be left available.
 
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I never knew I needed a new hammer, but apparently I do! Please add me to the list. If there's enough demand for the black oxide coating I'd be willing to pay more for it. Email is in my profile.
 
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Thanks to you guys that offered to help me with black oxide but I wouldn't be able to accept any money from anyone, although I greatly appreciate it. The people on this forum are amazing, wish I could know you all in person. I am truly touched....Randy Schue
 
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I'll just slide in here and wait my turn for a hammer.


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Randy, it's not so much that the membership is generous, it's that you make a product that is so very highly regarded by those of us fortunate enough to own one.

That regard manifests itself as an unmet market, one eagerly responding to your getting back into production.

Bottom line: your hammer is a hit.



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I'll add my name to the list here too Shooboy.


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