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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-28-2007, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
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Did they really name it the Fubar? I don't care who you are, that's funny, right there!

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I saw those last year in the store.
Funny stuff.
I bet most people don't know that "fubar" is an acronym.

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Just don't drop one on your toe, which ever end lands on that apendage, it's gonna hurt! It's a pretty neat tool, kind of reminds me of a fencing tool.

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I would take one. That might help me get rid of the winter blues. I had to pull out the BFH tonight and relieve a little stress..... The FUBAR looks like it could be a stress reliever if used properly.....
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That's it, I'm buying one just because its named FUBAR. I love it.

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Hope it's not too late to add to the x-mas list.... She just asked for suggestions the other day!

Also looks like a good tool to have in the Jeep.

Is this the only hammer you've got?
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OK! THESE ARE AWESOME!

I bought one tonight....and absolutly WENT TO TOWN on the soffets in my kitchen....

these things can do some serious demolition (on home stuff at least)

it totaly beats using a claw hammer or mini sledge....

i got the 18" model.....4 lbs


I'm perticularly fond of the jaw-like hook on the back......i could fit it around the stubs in the wall....twist'em loose...then pound with the hammer side and they'd go flying off.......


wear safety glasses.....


i highly recommend one of these for anyone who's doing house demolition stuff.....

the 18" is good for medium work.....pulling down walls, and drywall and stuff....

the 30" would be cool if you have a LOT of walls that need to come down....i think i'll be set with th 18" though

the small model didnt seem too useful to me....since demo work tends to need more mass......i can imagine "delicate" demo work *shrug*

slightly on the pricey side from lowes....but freak'n cool.....way better than the crow bar + small pry bar + heavy hammer i was using before!

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Santa, please put one in my Christmas sock........Or at least tell my husband I want one.
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