ball-peen hammer


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ball-peen hammer

[′bȯl‚pēn ′ham·ər]
(engineering)
A hammer with a ball at one end of the head; used in riveting and forming metal.
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I'm not sure you can hurt these mags short of using a ball-peen hammer on them, and they load smoothly to full capacity.
I crept down the stairs in my bare feet, made a left turn into the kitchen, gentled open a closet door, groped inside and came out with a ball-peen hammer in my grip.
The Browns' upset will result from an early tipped ball, a late touchdown pass to Couch and a special-teams blunder involving a botched punt snap, a missed arm tackle and a ball-peen hammer.
Mannette brings his own tools: an array of ball-peen hammers.