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I can't find this specific hammer anywhere online, does anyone know what it's called or used for?

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Looks like a run-of-the-mill blacksmith's or stone sledge that someone has customized for a particular purpose.

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    i am gunna say upholstery tack hammer. – Alaska Man Feb 4 '17 at 12:47
  • If a black Smith hammer a big part of their job was horse shoes, that would support my answer. – Ed Beal May 30 '18 at 22:49
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Looks like a tack hammer - also called an upholsterer's hammer.

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To me it looks like a farrier's hammer , long nose with a claw designed to twist off the nail. I have several but the hole at the base of the claw would need to be tapered. I like the ones that twist to the side as they are easier to twist off the nails ( I only do emergency shoes can't have a lame horse on a long ride because it threw a shoe).

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Custom. Closest is a mash hammer of stone buster but the cut isn't something I've seen.

Even google's coming up short for me so I'm going with custom mash hammer.

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