Square Headed Carpenters Mallet
The traditional shaped square headed carpenters mallet has been around for centuries and mostly made from English beech. Our Australian equal or better is NSW coachwood once used in the famous enfield 303 aussie made rifle for its lightweight and shock resistant properties. The Harold and Saxon version is a collectors and users tool with the head made from coachwood and the decorative flanks are usually rare outback timbers and vary from mallet to mallet. The handle is also Aussie crows ash which is very hard and durable, with brass highlights makes an attractive and desirable tool for any woodworker.