Pea Shooter Slide Hammer 24"


Standard and Magnetic Versions
Magnet version has 2.72 lbs. of nail holding force
Available in 24- and 36-inch sizes
Soft grip handle for comfortable and secure handling
Zinc coating prevents rust while on the job or in storage
Fits nails 3D to 30D, gauge 14 to 5, with a nail head size 13/64” to 7/16”
Drive nails in spots that are too tight to swing a hammer or too high to reach without a ladder
Gutters, Overhead, Joist Hangers, Between Rebar, Under-House, and any hard-to-reach spot.

Pea Shooter Slide Hammer Non-Magnetic 24″
Driving a nail in a hard-to-reach spot or in tight spaces takes extra time, is awkward, and sometimes not even possible with a traditional hammer. Nailheads that aren’t knocked flush can cause bumps in sheetrock and other issues that reflect poorly on your crew’s performance and carrying ladders around the worksite to knock down nail heads or manoeuvring around rebar and tight framing take time and energy.

Get the job done faster by adding a Big Foot Pea Shooter Hammer to your toolbox. With the Big Foot Pea Shooters, you can quickly knockdown nail heads when walking your framing job or even drive nails from start to finish with our magnetic version that holds the nail in place despite the angle and area you need to reach, perfect for use when nailing off concrete forms or that joist hanger missing a nail.

Weight 1.59 kg

24", 24" Magnetic, 36", 36" Magnetic

2 reviews for Pea Shooter Slide Hammer 24″

  1. practicalsurvival_admin

    If you need to nail down anything at a job site that can’t be reached by hammer this tool is just for you. Particularly this model has a magnetic barrel inside at the end the gives you the ability to have a nail already there and pointed out whenever you need it without losing a nail. I’m giving 4 stars just because some common nail has a bigger head diameter. But most of the nails will work with this tool

    Bohdan Holyachuk

  2. practicalsurvival_admin

    Bought this to use when I work on concrete forms. The shaft was about 3/8” longer than the tube, resulting in the shaft itself punching into the plywood when driving nails. Fixed this by using an angle grinder to take off that 3/8” so it was flush with the end of the tube. Works perfectly now.

    Will Richter

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Pea Shooter Slide Hammer 24"

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