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Old 08-08-2012, 10:25 PM   #31
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So, Just because I know how to properly use a tool. That makes me full of myself? It is not a complicated tool to use, I mean I figured it out
Ha! If you were using them properly you wouldn't have burned dozens of them out. Lol. A proper intro is requested of all new members on this site.
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Old 08-08-2012, 10:30 PM   #32
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Ha! If you were using them properly you wouldn't have burned dozens of them out. Lol. A proper intro is requested of all new members on this site.
They get burnt out due to use, duh.
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Ha! If you were using them properly you wouldn't have burned dozens of them out. Lol. A proper intro is requested of all new members on this site.
He's not a new member, he's a disgruntled member.
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Ok lesson 1 - when drilling threw a bottom plate use you lower leg to catch the drill if if fetches up .
Lesson 2 - that stupid bar you put on the hole hog will get u fired if I see u using it because it does nothing but get in the way . Man up and get er done boys.
If u can't handle the drill become an electrician , that wire twisting thing they do may be more your speed . Lol
Ok part of this is jest but part well , knock on wood I've had good luck with my beloved hog and those new style milwaukee bits are the bomb , they eat nail s
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He's not a new member, he's a disgruntled member.
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I never use the bar on my drill. Like Coast to Coast said, it just seems to always be in the way. You need to be aware of what the drill might do all the time.

1. Brace the handle on your leg or a stud and know which direction it's goign to spin if it catches a nail.

2. Don't space out while dilling and pay attention.


They're not dangerous if you use them correctly and know what to expect of them. Like I said before, I've never been hit by one. I think I've had a hand pinned against a stud a time or two but nothing that really hurt me.






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I had the bar in the pic because I thought it was pretty and matched well.
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Get some of these for it, run em in high. They don't bind and you can drill on a 45, they're nice
They have these new bits just like those but you can replace the edges on them with new blades.
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I never use the bar on my drill. Like Coast to Coast said, it just seems to always be in the way. You need to be aware of what the drill might do all the time.

1. Brace the handle on your leg or a stud and know which direction it's goign to spin if it catches a nail.

2. Don't space out while dilling and pay attention.

They're not dangerous if you use them correctly and know what to expect of them. Like I said before, I've never been hit by one. I think I've had a hand pinned against a stud a time or two but nothing that really hurt me.

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Well said, my feelings exactly.
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Hole hawgs are tough but as long as one keeps his head in the game and body braced not much of a problem. Not a good time to be on the phone or thinking of last nites "fun". Aww the lessons we learn in life.
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