The second stick from top is the "breaking" bit as locally called. Is referred as chipping spear hexagon here.
The bottom left white dust covered one is the "puncturing" bit as locally called is the drilling bit. Sorry for low resolution. It has similar flat triangle tip like the big rusty masonary bit above of it. Referred as drilling bit here.
I once had to drill RJ45 holes through a concrete wall but the rotary hammer and a masonry drill bit wasn't long enough so I had to take measurements from both sides and drill from the both sides.
The holes weren't large enough, missing the mark by less than 5mm so I decided to take the pointy chiseling bit and hammer mode to enlarge the hole. First hole was chiseled from one side only and made a bit small but noticeable hole crack from the other side.
The second time, I chiseled from both sides and the hole looked perfect with only a small bit of a crack looking line from one side but that was it. The chiseling bit got stuck a little so I decided not to force the rotary hammer so I removed the bit and slightly tapped it's rear end and it came out without much of a problem or any cracks.
The only time that was a "Just Works" moment was when I didn't have a extension cord so I couldn't drill from both sides and the my family told me to use the hexagonal chiseling bit because it was longer. I told them it isn't really for drilling but they insisted so I "accidentally" made a large hole on the other side of the wall and the chiseling bit got stuck. I had to remove it like a hacksaw by hitting it from the both sides with a hammer which worked decently when it came to removing the bit and "enlarging" the hole a lot more.
What I am wondering is, Is this makeshift method of enlarging holes with a chiseling bit something that people do when in hurry and with a missing drilling bit or I was extremely lucky to do it decently? In Turkey we use brick and mortar construction with concrete and bricks everywhere so I also wonder if it's something that can be done on drywall as well since some places have drywall ceilings in this country.