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  • Mag drill

    What do you guys think about this drill: http://flagstaff.craigslist.org/tls/3554889692.html

  • #2
    You can buy a new one for 50-100 bucks more with warranty. Google it.

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    • #3
      Mag drill

      Agree it is to old and ill bet its heavier than ****. I would probably stay away as previously stated you could get a Jancey or Hougan used on eBay and get a better drill. Also for a little more a new one with warranty. It looks to me like a BUX stand with a porter cable core drill attached it has a regular chuck instead of an annular cutter chuck. I would think you would want to use Hougan bits instead.
      Last edited by Rezeppa; 01-21-2013, 04:38 AM.

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      • #4
        Paid around $200-$250 for a BUX with a break-your-****ed-arm-&-both-legs if it binds ancient Milwaukee drill with an 18N Jacobs Superchuck. Best money I spent except for maybe a TE72 Hilti hammer drill for $75. The downside is that the pair are heavy...very heavy. For the price this one is offered at, I'd look elsewhere...especially if you are thinking of using annular cutter bits.

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        • #5
          Thanks guys. Yep. If I need a drill like this it will most certainly be using annular cutters. Didn't even think about the chuck being compatible.

          Move along now, nothing to see here...

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          • #6
            Mag drill

            Elvis I recommend finding a used Jancey slugger while you still can. Jancey was purchased by Fein but I have always had great luck with the old Jancey products my first one is still drilling like the day I got it and the weight isn't the lightest but its manageable. Just my 2cents

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