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Old 23-01-16, 01:26 PM   #11
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I have been reading your thread and I thought I would post a picture of mine, I gave 20 for it a while ago and I still use it in my workshop shed! they are lovely drills and with a good bit in them not difficult to use at all
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Old 24-01-16, 09:06 PM   #12
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I have been reading your thread and I thought I would post a picture of mine, I gave 20 for it a while ago and I still use it in my workshop shed! they are lovely drills and with a good bit in them not difficult to use at all
drill by John Clare, on Flickr
Yours looks a lot heavier duty than mine to be honest

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Old 24-01-16, 09:17 PM   #13
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I must admit you know when it's in yours arms! Lovely tool tho well worth the money.
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I must admit you know when it's in yours arms! Lovely tool tho well worth the money.
I paid 56 for mine, and I must say that it is definatly worth every penny to me. I bought it so I can exhibit it, but I will be putting it to use as the maker intended
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