Air Hammer Chisels

I have a really stupid question.
In the following air hammer chisel kit:
http://shop.store.yahoo.com/brandsplace/0246-grycs110.html
They list that you get 10 chisels including ones for:
Rivet Cutter Bushing Splitter 3/4" Flat Chisel Muffler Cutter Straight Punch Tapered Punch Nut Splitter Panel Cutter Dual Blade Panel Cutter 1" Hammer.
While the 1" hammer and the punches are obvious, how do you know which to use for muffler cutting, nut splitting, or rivet cutting? They aren't labeled as such and I could see multiple chisels working in many of those circumstances.
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wrote:

The muffler cutter is the fourth one from the right- it has a tee shape. The blade is wedged between the muffler inlet or outlet collar -it cuts a neat 1/8 inch slot in the collar allowing the muffler to slip off. The muffler can then be clamped onto new pipe.
-Carl
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which
In that picture going from left to right
Rivet cutter, 3/4 chisel, straight punch, tapered punch, panel cutter, bushing splitter, muffler cutter, nut splitter, dual blade panel cutter, hammer.
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