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Milwaukee M18 FUEL 18-Volt D-Handle Rotary Hammer (Tool-Only). In store, ymmv $140

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Local Home Depot in Topeka Kansas has had these on sale for 198 for a week or two. Today they were marked down to 140. Had to pick one up!!
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Brickseek showing out of stock in all major metros that I've tried. This is one of those semi-specialty tools that I've never seen in stock in store (although corded ones are around), so definitely a big YMMV.
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Picked one of these up in Atlanta on clearance for ~$75.
They are super nice tools.
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Brickseek showing out of stock in all major metros that I've tried. This is one of those semi-specialty tools that I've never seen in stock in store (although corded ones are around), so definitely a big YMMV.
Clearance items will not show up in brickseek.
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Clearance items will not show up in brickseek.
sweet, will check this out in store today
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This is a ridiculous price for these. I wonder how long they will sit on shelves....
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Where would I find this in store? Is there a clearance section at home depot or would I just go where all the Milwaukee stuff is?
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Is this good for drilling wood? Let me rephrase that, is this bad at drilling wood? Specifically large holes 1inch or so
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I couldn't find them
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Is this good for drilling wood? Let me rephrase that, is this bad at drilling wood? Specifically large holes 1inch or so
The tool has a rotary only mode, however it's designed for SDS bits so I'm not sure if you are going to find a selection of wood drills that would work well in this tool? It's normally intended for jobs where you need to drill holes in masonary/block, etc.. If you are drilling holes in studs to run electrical/plumbing lines you may be better off with a cordless right-angle hole hawg, etc.. (also in the M18 line) due to the shorter clearances required or one of the Fuel hammer/drill/drivers.
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The tool has a rotary only mode, however it's designed for SDS bits so I'm not sure if you are going to find a selection of wood drills that would work well in this tool? It's normally intended for jobs where you need to drill holes in masonary/block, etc.. If you are drilling holes in studs to run electrical/plumbing lines you may be better off with a cordless right-angle hole hawg, etc.. (also in the M18 line) due to the shorter clearances required or one of the Fuel hammer/drill/drivers.
I'm mostly curious because of the bit length. 1-2inch holes through stacked 4x4 and 6x6. Some of the bits for these things seem to be long enough to make it. Wood bits for this don't seem to be a popular use case but I did find some on amazon.
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Picked one up for $140. Thanks.
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This is what i need, i just demolished tile flooring.
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Seems like a great price. My hesitation is the run time.
What is it, 10 minutes with a 5AH battery?
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I'm mostly curious because of the bit length. 1-2inch holes through stacked 4x4 and 6x6. Some of the bits for these things seem to be long enough to make it. Wood bits for this don't seem to be a popular use case but I did find some on amazon.
Get a set of spade bits and an extension on a regular drill. I like the Bosh daredevil speed spade bits. They sell a 6 inch and 12 inch extension.
a rotary hammer drill is for drilling concrete, stone, etc and for chiseling motions.
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