ASVAB Shop Information Practice Test 977128

Question 1 of 5

The most common striking tool is the hammer and the most common variety of hammer is the claw hammer. The claw hammer has two ends, one to drive nails and one to remove nails. Ball-peen hammers replace the claw with a rounded end that's used to round off the edges of metal pins and make gaskets. A sledge hammer is a two-handed long-handled hammer with a large steel head used for heavy duty jobs.

The primary difference between a claw and a ball-peen hammer is which of the following?

their non-striking end

their size

their handle shape

their striking end