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Meet the Crew!

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Meet the Crew at HAMMER PERFORMANCE


HAMMER Dan Norlin or HAMMER PERFORMANCE
"HAMMER Dan" Norlin
President and Founder
Customer Service - Phone
Aaron Wilson of HAMMER PERFORMANCE
Aaron Wilson
Partner, Webmaster
Customer Service - Email
Susie Norlin of HAMMER PERFORMANCE
Susie Norlin
"Girl Friday"
Shipping & Receiving
Susan Wilson of HAMMER PERFORMANCE
Susan Wilson
Bookkeeper
Alex Hurt of HAMMER PERFORMANCE
Alex Hurt
Shop Foreman
Ross Heitstuman of HAMMER PERFORMANCE
Ross Heitstuman
Shop Technician

Our Shop


In the summer of 2014, HAMMER PERFORMANCE moved into our new 7500 square foot facility in Sandpoint Idaho.

HAMMER Dan on the forklift
HAMMER Dan the fork lift operator! Here he's moving one of the air compressors into the new shop space.

The business corner of the new shop
One corner of the new shop. We were still unpacking and getting organized.
Shown is the smaller of our CNC machnines, a 4-axis FADAL.
We use this machine for all head machining operations, including porting.
Our larger CNC machine, also a FADAL 4-axis, is used for manufacturing billet parts.


Gone Fishing!


Living in the Pacific Northwest, we're fortunate to be surrounded by GREAT fishing waters. One of our favorite times of the year is the fall, when the salmon run on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. Here are some shots from the fall 2014 season ...

HAMMER Dan catching a big one!
HAMMER Dan has his hands full with this one! Look how that pole is bent over!

He got it in the boat!
The barbless hooks rule makes it challenging, but if you keep the slack out of the line,
let him run when he wants to run, and manage to tire out the fish before he tires you out,
you get to pose for picture!


He got it in the boat!
The hero of this trip though was Alex.
He managed to land this monster 29.4 pound Columbia River Chinook salmon!


Aaron with a 28.6lb Columbia River Chinook Salmon
Close but no cigar! Aaron's fish came in at 28.6 pounds!
He fought this fish for a good 20 minutes before it tired out enough to get him in the boat.

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