SMASH Target (Half Tractor Tyre, For Hammer Work)

Great idea.

Great idea.

The Stronger Grip SMASH Target is half of a recycled tractor tyre, for everyone who lives in an apartment (or anywhere urban, for that matter).

As for putting it to work, just wail on it with a sledgehammer :



The Stronger Grip SMASH Target.





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Dynamic Sledge Warm Up.

Time to do a little outdoor sledgehammer work.

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Ready for a bit of warm-up work with the sledgehammer?



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