soldering gun


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soldering gun

[′säd·ə·riŋ ‚gən]
(engineering)
A soldering iron shaped like a gun.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

soldering gun

soldering gun
An electrically heated soldering iron with a pistol grip which reaches its operating temperature rapidly; has a relatively small bit.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I have a pencil iron with various size tips and also a soldering gun. I like the gun method as it heats up quickly and directs its heat down the shaft of the screw if applied directly to the center of the screw head.
Tsarnaev's lawyers showed the jury a photo of receipts Tamerlan had from a gun and ammunition store and for two backpacks and a soldering gun purchased in the days and weeks before the marathon bombings, apparently in an attempt to show that Tamerlan had a larger role in the bombings than Dzhokhar did.
Shahid, who has been making beads for 21 years, keeps on stringing beads with a soldering gun unaware of who is around.
Some events may not be allowed in public school classrooms unless there is extra supervision, such as sending students outside, into corridors, vacant classrooms and other spaces in the building to work independently or using a soldering gun to make homemade electronic "pick-ups" to amplify acoustic instruments.
So, noting that I was his only customer, he took his own soldering gun from under the counter.
"Drill, screwdriver, jigsaw, power saw, soldering gun - but no mobile phone."
I used plastic cups and burned the holes with a soldering gun.
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Well, after a few laughs and a discussion of what his toaster would look like if he used a propane torch, we talked about the tool he should be using--either a soldering iron or a soldering gun.
It includes a Canon Sure Shot digital camera, a Grundig video player, various tools, including a Dewalt circular saw, a soldering gun, and a hedge trimmer.
To "tin" a wire, as it's called, lay the bare wire end on a soldering gun, then touch solder to the heated wire.