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21 - 08-08-2015, 10:09 PM
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u live an interesting life rayn

u should document it b4 u die of a stroke
 
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The one you should absolutely 100% get is this - Model XDT09Z



BUT, if you knew you didn't need anything more than about 70ft-lbs of torque then the previous one I posted would be better, just because its even smaller and lighter.
 
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i seeing a lot of impact gun not many drills **** u ppl
 
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u live an interesting life rayn

u should document it b4 u die of a stroke
yeah just livin the dream u no i just finished off a really nice little round table.
 
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i seeing a lot of impact gun not many drills **** u ppl
rayn just doesn't know (yet) that what he really wants is an impact driver
 
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hey guys its me rayn from the internet

just collectin my millions makin coffee tables and ignoring my naggy baby mama

id watch that
 
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btw if u get the makita then u can use the battery and charger for this BAD BOY COFFEE MAKER




(I cant ****in believe I just found that on their site - amazing)
 
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i worked for a relatives company at the new midfield terminal project in indianapolis

they had decent drills and stuff for what we were doing but i brought in my makita and every1 look @ me like king on jobsite

light, longest battery life, and i dropped it over the atrium edge 20+ ft on to concrete and it worked like nothin happened

~real construction review~
 
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hey guys its me rayn from the internet

just collectin my millions makin coffee tables and ignoring my naggy baby mama

id watch that
nah I take care of my kid man she's coming up on a year bro we're having a little 1 year baby party.

you have that party not for the kid, but to celebrate that you somehow provided for an infant and she survived.

i'm thinking elmo theme she loves that **** check this out its gold
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jc20vMz0V7Q
 
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i didnt say u were ignorin the kid bro i said u were ignoring the nagger

i need advice on what to do w/ 500k+ soon

help me get blood from stone

ill b in touch
 
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2nd for impact, that **** has made my life soo much easier
 
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itt: people who don't use tools suggest tools
i use lots of tools everyday. i am not a woodworker though, he wants a drill for just driving screws and he said corded which suggests he may need some power. The framing Screw Gun will give you all of that and then some without over driving the screw into what your screwing into. I love this tool. hell I love all my tools.

at one job i have the Bosch impact cordless drill, I do like this a lot and considering adding it to my tools at home.
 
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THIS ISNT HOME DEPOT **** OFF
 
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i use lots of tools everyday. i am not a woodworker though, he wants a drill for just driving screws and he said corded which suggests he may need some power. The framing Screw Gun will give you all of that and then some without over driving the screw into what your screwing into. I love this tool. hell I love all my tools.

at one job i have the Bosch impact cordless drill, I do like this a lot and considering adding it to my tools at home.
The one you posted is kinda heavy but most importantly its made for volume work. Not really suited for what he needs. He just doesn't know he wants a cordless impact
 
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if ur screwin into hardwood you should drilll pilot holes so that the floor doesnt get torn up
 
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DEWALT 3/8 in. Pistol Grip Drill Kit-DWD110K - The Home Depot

basic, $60 bucks. mine died after 3-4 years of solid, abusive use.
bought another one
has never done me wrong

be careful with impact drivers on jobs that a drill would be fine for
 
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rayn just doesn't know (yet) that what he really wants is an impact driver
ur a fukin homo man i will fight u with my drill and impact driver and win

unless u own a concrete saw and a lathe maybe some other industrial equipment in whcih case gg
 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PV5oLPLUzrM
 
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SG250 2,500 RPM TEK Screwgun | Bosch Power Tools

go into hardwood like butter
Usually with old/seasoned hardwood what will happen is the screw can't take it and the head shears off.
 
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SG250 2,500 RPM TEK Screwgun | Bosch Power Tools

go into hardwood like butter
Usually with old/seasoned hardwood what will happen is the screw can't take it and the head shears off.
That's why you pre-drill, homie.
 
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