This is a replacement for the stock hammer on an impulse. It is made of surgical stainless steel heat treated to become indestructible. It's extremely aerodynamic shape allows it to cycle 73 times faster than a stock hammer. Because it does not weigh as much as a lead brick, it reduces the jackhammer effect. What does that mean? It means you can hit the side of a barn two times in a row.
The Evil Hammer is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
almost every impulse hammer out there except a new phat shocktech hammer, which i'll get soon
Ratpulse, vision, OTB trigger frame blue, VFF, custom adrenaline thunder freak set, GP valve w/ lpr set-up (run through the asa), rip valve, 5" equalizer bolt, hsw derlin bolt pin, nd silk shot ram+ND mid wieght hammer, rat halo low rise, 68/4.5k maxflo tank, and the most important part, the chrome on/off button. also 12v revi and halo b
hard to get off ram
first of all, when you buy a new hammer, buy a silk shot ram to go with it. since your taking the ram assembly apart (which can be a bittch) you might as well put all new parts in it. this hammer wieghs about 511 grain with the conversion factor to grams being 15.4 (i think). something nice about this hammer is that after you install it on your ram, it has two notches cut into it so you can safely remove it with a wrench when you want/if you want to buy a new one.
a good set up for this hammer is a silk shot ram (always), a ND ti bolt pin, a 5" eq. bolt/or a stubby eq. bolt, and the evil hammer
how to install: this can be a pain, but thanks to "wolverine", you won't need to destroy you hammer or ram to install it. what you do is you take the hammer assembly out of your gun. then start a pot of boiling water going (yes, we're not making tea, but we're taking your old hammer off). then take the o-rings off you hammer assembly and save for later, DON'T LOOSE THEM. next you unscrew the back of the hammer assembly and save for later. pull the hammer/ram all the way out of the assembly and make sure the hammer bumber is pushed up against the assembly, then put the hammer in the boiling water for about 1.5 minutes. the reason for this is to melt the loctite on inside the hammer that holds the ram there. after that take the hammer assembly out and while gripping the hammer firmly (with a brace of some kind) unscrew the hammer from the ram (stick an allen wrench into the ram from the back of the assembly). now you pull the ram out the back and wala, you have a seperated ram and hammer. DON'T LOOSE THE BUMPERS (THE IS TWO OF THEM, ON FOR INSIDE THE HAMMER ASSEMBLY AND ONE FOR OUTSIDE). take the ram out of the assembly and put your new ram in. then use red loctite on the threads of the ram and screw it into your hammer (put the bumpers on first). then put blue loctite on the thing you took off the back of your hammer assembly and screw it back on. put the o-rings back on your assembly and your good to go.
good hammer, and good weight. also the price is nice and the little wedges they cut of the sides makes it easier to take the hammer off again. it's a hammer so you gun won't turn into super man, but you might notice a slight improvement.