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    Sometimes, one just isn't enough

    So....
    3 push drills.JPG
    Might as well have a spare, handy...

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    Those were handy during my days as a telephone installer. These days my preference is a Millers Falls eggbeater.

    There are three different models of those in a drawer:

    Push Drills Stanley #41.jpg

    One of them seems to want to put holes in a person's hand when removing a bit. My hands will not accept such risks. The other two are okay but an eggbeater doesn't need special bits.

    jtk
    "A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty."
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    Quote Originally Posted by steven c newman View Post
    So....
    3 push drills.JPG
    Might as well have a spare, handy...
    Be careful, those things can breed if left alone in a drawer. You start out with two or three, leave the shop and go to a few garage sales or flea markets, and suddenly there are seven or eight in the drawer.

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    About like them Millers Falls versions of these.....or.....block planes?

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