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mallet

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impress upon

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go at something hammer and tongs

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  • do something enthusiastically
  • do something with gusto
  • give something laldy

hammer something out

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to shape, break, or flatten with repeated blows

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the part of a gunlock that strikes the percussion cap when the trigger is pulled

the ossicle attached to the eardrum

a light drumstick with a rounded head that is used to strike such percussion instruments as chimes, kettledrums, marimbas, glockenspiels, etc

a heavy metal sphere attached to a flexible wire

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a striker that is covered in felt and that causes the piano strings to vibrate

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the act of pounding (delivering repeated heavy blows)

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beat with or as if with a hammer

create by hammering

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Caption: S&W's Safety Hammerless was a top break design available in .32 and .38 caliber.
Caption: SMITH & WESSON SAFETY HAMMERLESS FIRST MODEL, .32 S&W., 98%: $650
A true hammerless system, the teeth feature a unique locking device that includes a reusable locking pin.
While it's of the "hammerless" persuasion, it has an internal hammer as part of the mechanism.
The advantage of the hammerless design is clear when it comes to pocket guns: no hammer to snag on clothing when you draw the gun.
In 1952, Smith & Wesson's centennial year, it introduced a revolver that incorporated the best features of the original Safety Hammerless Model into the new J-frame envelope.
This book is probably most conveniently reviewed by giving its title in full, viz: Issued by Command: British military training publications, small arms training 1937 pamphlet manual: pamphlet numbers 1 to 21 (1937 to 1941) featuring the introduction of training instructions for: LMG (Bren) including description of the Lensatic, fixed line glass sight, anti-tank rifle, anti-tank gun, Thompson SMG, 2-inch mortar with Lensatic glass sight, pistol (.38 inch) hammerless: also extracts taken from war training memoranda, army orders, army council instructions, with supplements, amendments and tables listing over a hundred issues.
Out of this developed our modern hammerless ejector shotgun and the cartridge that goes with it.
"Smith & Wesson offers a splendid pocket weapon in the Safety Hammerless model shooting the .38 New Police load.
Unlike the smaller Model 1903 Hammerless, the Hammer version, with a few slightly different parts, was basically just a shortened variant of the full-size Colt 1902 Sporting Model.
"Hammerless" guns like this Stoeger actually have hammers inside the action.
There was a feeling exposed-hammer shotguns were "safer" than the newer hammerless models--you could tell if they were cocked or not.
The introduction of the hammerless attachment system is yet another step we are taking to help our screening media customers minimize downtime and maximize productivity," said Claes Larsson, global product manager for screening media at Metso.
In 1915 Browning was working on a hammerless pump shotgun that utilized a bottom feeding and ejection design, a gun that would, in later years and with a few improvements, become the Remington Model 17.
Let's note here that the hammerless falling block action was primarily a British (okay, Scottish) design going back to the 1870s.