One who, or that which, strikes; specifically, a blacksmith's helper who wields the sledge.
Refers to any shmup enemy which quickly appears onscreen, fires a shot (or several shots), and then quickly rushes back offscreen. Notoriously difficult to successfully shoot down.
someone who hits; "a hard hitter"; "a fine striker of the ball"; "blacksmiths are good hitters"
a form of firing pin that replaces the hammer and firing pin with a single unit
a heavy firing pin that acts as both a firing pin and a hammer
An axially mounted, spring-propelled firing pin.
Or Striking Plate. These help protect the edge of wood where the bolt locks into. Either a slotted striker, which allows the bolt through, or a plain un-slotted striker would be required depending upon the location of the lock. hread Escutcheon A thread escutcheon is the shape of a keyhole and is hammered or driven into the keyhole in the wood to help protect the wood.
an assistant, traditionally an apprentice, that swings a sledge hammer for either heavy forging or to hit top tooling
A spring-loaded type of firing pin. It replaces the hammer and firing pin.
A rod like firing pin moving within the bolt or breechblock and actuated by its own spring when released by the trigger. The striker moves straight forward in line with the firing pin, which may or may not be part of the rod.
A blacksmith's mate who wielded the hammer whilst the smith dealt with the tool and piece of work which was being wrought.
A post or pin that a door latch mechanism grabs to hold the door closed.