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Old 01-12-2017, 12:36 AM   #11
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I once used a Hammer as a Hammer
Oh yeah, well I've used a hammer as a screwdriver!
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I'd rather buy a name brand that doesn't seem to wear out. I can replace all tips all days.
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I'd rather buy a name brand that doesn't seem to wear out. I can replace all tips all days.


I bought a Snap On, supposedly the top tool brand anywhere. 25 bucks. It's the same quality as a 3 dollar one.


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I use the Orange PicQuick 6 pac. I usually wear out the bits in about 6 months, but every hardware store stocks the 3 inch bits. I'm usually putting them in a drill and stripping them.
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http://www.rolgear.com/multibit-ratchet-screwdriver-2/

best unit I've had so far
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I buy about 2-3 of these a year. They are very durable, and if they break buy another.


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Not a fan of them. I use Klein screwdrivers.


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