Diego de Assis
I own a mallet made in the traditional European style, with a
wedged handle to offer greater safety. The handle is attached to
the head through a perforation that spans the entire head, and
widens out once more after passing through the hole.
reason, a mallet's head will never break free and fly off,
unless the tool itself is fractured.
European mallets can be made of several different types of wood,
such as pine, maple, oak, beech, and others, depending on
desired weight and function.