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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She in turn is not to tell of The Awful Night of the Ball-Peen Hammer, or of The Red Rain from Outer Space.
Another former firefighter, Rich Force, testified that one day James Gillette drove to work in a car that had 500 to 700 dents in it and at one point went out to the car with a ball-peen hammer and hit it some more in an apparent fit of anger.
I'm sure enough force behind a ball-peen hammer could dent the barrel but dropping the gun in a boat or even in a pile of rocks is not likely to do so.
Even though that tool was more of a bludgeon than an engraving chisel, by driving it with a small ball-peen hammer, I succeeded in achieving exactly what I had intended to accomplish.
Mallet, 27, of 6 Exchange St., were arraigned yesterday in Gardner District Court on charges of assault with intent to murder, kidnapping, conspiracy and assault with a dangerous weapon (ball-peen hammer and broomstick).
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.
Next, you'll need a few tools such as a good file, a torch, and--one of my favorite tools that I rarely get to use--a big old ball-peen hammer.
Or I could have reached for my favorite factory adjustment fixture, a two-pound ball-peen hammer, applied the correct diameter steel punch to what I could see of the pin, and pounded it through.
3) Extra 7/16, 1/2 and 9/16 sockets and wrenches as well as 10 millimeter the most commonly used sizes (which are usually the first to go missing); 4) A high-quality gasket scraper; 5) Large and small ball-peen hammers for "nudging" parts; 6) Large and small rubber mallets; 7) A telescoping magnet; 8) A can of sprayable grease for general reassembly; 9) A three-pack of locking pliers, since you'll often need more than one at a time; 10) Long and short pry bars; and 11) A small, high-powered flashlight for seeing into tight places.