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  1. J.C.E
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    Looking for a new tool for joist drilling- I have killed 2x GSB18VE-2-Li 18V in past few years!!

    Looking into a milwaukee hole hawg with 9ah battery

    anyone got one?
     
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  3. 1Justin
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    1Justin Electrician's Arms

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    Looks like another pointless American tool. It's too big to be used as an angle drill, and there are going to be many Combi Drill's about that are vastly superior
     
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    Rpa07 3000 posts - only 50554 behind Telectrix! Electrician's Arms

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    Impact driver with screw end flat bit - controlled and accurate - doesn’t need any pressure on it, it just pulls its way through. I wouldn’t use a drill anymore, ridiculous amount of self energy needed.
    Ear foams for the noise and onward you go. Goes through big oak and easy pine.
     
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  6. bigspark17
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    Yes ive got a hawg, really amazing drill so powerfull and quick, dont know how i used to 1st fix without it. You wont regret buying it.
     
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  8. J.C.E
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    i learnt my lesson with this already- your need a new impact by next xmas ;)
     
  9. J.C.E
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    have u got the super hawg or hole hawg?
     
  10. Rpa07
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    Rpa07 3000 posts - only 50554 behind Telectrix! Electrician's Arms

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    I used a 10.8v Bosch for 1 1/2 years and it’s still going strong. The 18v has taken over and I still believe in using it for holes in joists. I’ve introduced many other sparks to it and have got a few out of a tricky situation (last of space etc)
    Member Joe introduced me to it - revelation I tell you.
     
  11. bigspark17
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    Hole hawg, with a milwaukee 25mm nail proof auger.
    Il like to have a race aggainst a 10.8 impact with a flat bit in it..
     
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    Rpa07 3000 posts - only 50554 behind Telectrix! Electrician's Arms

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    It’s ON - you bring the soft drinks and I’ll bring the victory cup! You’ll be pleasantly surprised. A revelation I tell you!
    Edit- especially when I’m holding the body of the impact with 2 fingers and not worrying about snapped wrists or crushed fingers!
     
  13. richy3333
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    I have one and they are awesome. Much better than an impact driver set up. The Milwaukee bits are worth using too.
     
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  14. J.C.E
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    used for 1st time this morning in a loft ext- purchase of the year!!!!
     
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  15. bigspark17
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    Serious tool.. unless youve used it i find it hard to belive any critisism of it tbh!
     
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