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Lowe's has 110-Piece DeWALT Shank Screwdriver Bit Set (DWA110SETCCLW) on sale for $22.98. Select free curbside pickup where stock permits. Thanks Rokket

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  • This set includes the most commonly used screwdriver accessories and features the tough case container bit retention system.
  • Offer expires June 24. -Corwin

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Lowe's [lowes.com] has the DEWALT 110-Piece Shank Screwdriver Bit Set for $22.98. Free store pickup. Sale price ends June 23rd.

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It's worth noting these are screwdriver bits, not impact rated.
I'm not referring to the bit size, I'm referring to the bit material. Bits that are not impact rated are made out of softer steel and while you may not notice them deform, the absorb a LOT of the energy your impact is putting out, making it much less effective and more likely to damage the impact. I. Price this especially on longer hex bits in my 887. They absorb so much energy they get hit to the touch. Not good.
All my drills and bits and tools, they all come from garage sales.
Did my first masonry job a couple months ago.
went through 4 standard drill bits in cylinder block, before I realized I need to borrow a masonry bit from the neighbor.
Then last week at a garage sale, I found a dozen masonry bits for free! Apparently they were closing up shop and all the flipper vultures had gotten what they wanted and left.
Theres Always something good at the bottom of the bin, if you keep looking. and new things to be gained, and experience to be learned, when working on a new project.

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Previous FP deal for reference. Smilie
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It's worth noting these are screwdriver bits, not impact rated.
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It's worth noting these are screwdriver bits, not impact rated.
Well it contains small bits as well.
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Well it contains small bits as well.
I'm not referring to the bit size, I'm referring to the bit material. Bits that are not impact rated are made out of softer steel and while you may not notice them deform, the absorb a LOT of the energy your impact is putting out, making it much less effective and more likely to damage the impact. I. Price this especially on longer hex bits in my 887. They absorb so much energy they get hit to the touch. Not good.
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I was just saying that the small bits aren't typically impact rated, because they miss probably just snap in half.
Interesting about energy absorption.
I wonder if you could actively cool with a water stream... Would that allow you to use any normal sized bit for impact usage?
You'll find that you can get even standard small bits that are impact rated, to use with an impact rated bit holder.

As for water cooling, you wouldn't want to. All that energy turning to heat means more wear on your tool, shorter battery life, and overall poor performance.
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You'll find that you can get even standard small bits that are impact rated, to use with an impact rated bit holder.

As for water cooling, you wouldn't want to. All that energy turning to heat means more wear on your tool, shorter battery life, and overall poor performance.
Huh, Never knew or considered a bit holder.
I bent the first small bit in an impact drill, using a chuck adapter, months ago. I figured that it was impossible to use small bits.
Guess I learned something.
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Can Screwdriver Bit Set be used in impact driver?
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Based on your comments, I'd recommend avoiding DIY projects.
All my drills and bits and tools, they all come from garage sales.
Did my first masonry job a couple months ago.
went through 4 standard drill bits in cylinder block, before I realized I need to borrow a masonry bit from the neighbor.
Then last week at a garage sale, I found a dozen masonry bits for free! Apparently they were closing up shop and all the flipper vultures had gotten what they wanted and left.
Theres Always something good at the bottom of the bin, if you keep looking. and new things to be gained, and experience to be learned, when working on a new project.
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All my drills and bits and tools, they all come from garage sales.
Did my first masonry job a couple months ago.
went through 4 standard drill bits in cylinder block, before I realized I need to borrow a masonry bit from the neighbor.
Then last week at a garage sale, I found a dozen masonry bits for free! Apparently they were closing up shop and all the flipper vultures had gotten what they wanted and left.
Theres Always something good at the bottom of the bin, if you keep looking. And is always experience and new things to be gained when working.
Just wait until you discover the hammer drill... 🤯
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Can you make mason bit lasts more than a few holes? I got the red helix set which make fast holes thru the stucco but only a few before it wouldn't work anymore.

edit: I don't have a hammer drill but the holes are made with bushless Ryobi drill.
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Can you make mason bit lasts more than a few holes? I got the red helix set which make fast holes thru the stucco but only a few before it wouldn't work anymore.

edit: I don't have a hammer drill but the holes are made with bushless Ryobi drill.
Why not sharpen them when they don't get sharp. I usually sharpen my bits once they get dull.
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