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yo pedo, stop ****ting on our manly tool thread
 
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Sorry about that, but at least blame the right person, this is all about the posting of child sex fantasies authored by Mason Hunter.
 
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I have both, corded Makita Impact drill and something similar to this.
http://www.amazon.com/Makita-XPH012-...with+1+Battery
Bought it on amazon. Was basically looking to replace a little electric screw driver, and said for a little more, I get the Makita. Works great.
 
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wheeeeeeeee

 
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Holy mother

Its actually real lol

Makita is amazing
 
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I bought a Milwaukee 18V cordless drill/driver for general work around the house. It's been fantastic so far. I think they make pretty good corded stuff as well.

I had no use for impact or hammer so I did not get a tool with those features, but Milwaukee makes a million different models.
 
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Black & Decker would be fine for home use.
 
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those mini impacts are fantastic techno, once you use one you will find it your go to in short order.
 
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Fan of Milwaukee power tools here.
Also makita and a bit cheaper sometimes
 
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I need to do some fine shaving of an outdoor door latch. Should I actually buy a Dremel (or Makita comparative) or just buy the bits and stick them in my drill?
 
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Use a file?
 
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LOL @ ICFIRE
 
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Cordless impact. You haven't driven a screw until you've used an impact driver.

I use Makita stuff professionally. Still have 2 Milwaukee sets but their chargers and batteries have randomly been dying, so I've sworn off their tools. Makita strong as ****.

I have a DeWalt set for around-home use though and its been good too, but I haven't really put it thru its paces.
^this
 
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Use a file?
And I forgot that I wanted to cut apart some metal thing. I guess I should have put that in there. I think a file would work fine for the latch if I can find one that is small enough.
 
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Hacksaw for the cutting

Dremel is handy tho. I have one and use it randomly a few times a year for different ****. Attachments are pricey and the cutoff wheels are weak just FYI.
 
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Did u ever finish your espresso wooden bar/table
 
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Makita 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Compact Combo Kit (2-Tool)-LCT200W - The Home Depot

you'll never go back...

Just laid a new deck out back and it was like butter!
 
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I find my cordless drills amazing. I always go for cordless on screwing, sits nice in tool belt as well. I save the corded for pre-drilling lead holes for tidy stuff light stuff. They sit in the charger and it holds for weeks. They quick charge if flat, and generally last 3+ years. It's the bit holders I get fussier about. I like magnetic and can't stand the clip type. Those linked Makitas would be a dream to use. Smallest and lightest for the job best bet. Probably have nice clutch/torque settings, good modulation for speed on the trigger. My cordless pretty much lives with a phillips head in it. Opening PC's, building light timber stuff, screws into walls, working on the car, kids battery ****ing compartments in toys. Putting hex4 (ikea) furniture together. It's rare I'd ever hold a screwdriver in my hand anymore. Just so handy cordless. For heavier stuff like tech screws into roof/metal sheeting, or drilling mostly, I'll run out a cord.

And with cordless, you kind of feel like it's a laser gun and it's more fun to mock-shoot at things.
 
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I don't even know what's Goin on here but I want one of those nailguns
 
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I have a project I need to do around the house that requires a handheld jigsaw, but I have no other need for a jigsaw so it makes no sense to buy one. Home Depot does not rent them. ****in a...
 
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