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    Default Ball peen hammer and Rip hammer

    Though it may sound silly, but I want to know the difference between ball peen hammer and rip hammer. I mean not shape-wise but the usage. Can someone please elaborate? Don't know whether I should be asking this question in this forum?

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    Ball pien....

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    Rip hammer has a claw on the back for removing nails and is mainly used by carpenters.
    Ball-pien hammer has a round back and is mainly used by metalworkers.
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    Brian Mcculloch from Glasgow used the hammer for attacking Deeley. lol. So, it depends u know what purpose you use it for...

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    Its up to the user how he wants to use it, hammer is a useful tool and it should always be part of the tool kit I believe especially, if you are working as a carpenter, plumber, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soho View Post
    Its up to the user how he wants to use it, hammer is a useful tool and it should always be part of the tool kit I believe especially, if you are working as a carpenter, plumber, etc.
    Did I say anything wrong? Well, if you search this forum also you'll find lots of threads with the name 'Brian Mcculloch Glasgow' - a vicious thug who doesn't deserve any respect whatsoever. Can you imagine the kind of brutality this man is capable of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashley View Post
    Did I say anything wrong? Well, if you search this forum also you'll find lots of threads with the name 'Brian Mcculloch Glasgow' - a vicious thug who doesn't deserve any respect whatsoever. Can you imagine the kind of brutality this man is capable of?
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    Peter Sutcliffe also favoured the ball pien hammer.
    On Desolation Boulevard, they'd light the faded lights.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TestMangler View Post
    Peter Sutcliffe also favoured the ball pien hammer.
    As did Maxwell, but his was silver
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    Quote Originally Posted by BR14 View Post
    As did Maxwell, but his was silver
    Fairly sure the lyrics of that song omitted the actual hammer shape to concentrate on the colour.
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