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  • For use with electric or cordless rotary hammers; suitable for drilling in concrete, masonry, artificial stone, and rock. -StrawMan86
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I have an MC Hammer Drill. Can these touch it?
These are SDS bits it won't be secure on a standard drill
These are intended for SDS or SDS-plus rotary hammers. I doubt it would be secure in a standard chuck

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Can I use these with my M18 hammer drill (not fuel, not sds)?
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Can I use these with my M18 hammer drill (not fuel, not sds)?
These are intended for SDS or SDS-plus rotary hammers. I doubt it would be secure in a standard chuck
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Yes, I have used it in a hammer drill. It will work, just takes a lot longer
These are SDS bits it won't be secure on a standard drill
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Yes, I have used it in a hammer drill. It will work, just takes a lot longer
you've used SDS Plus shank bits in a regular drill chuck? or you shot out a random comment about using the hammer drill function of a standard drill, vs rotary?


either way... would the jaws on a standard chuck grab the bit? uh, sure, i guess. but it's a horrible idea, get the correct bit for the tool for the job.
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this is like a waste of money for a sds-plus
1/4"x4" ? will i even see it in front of my plus...
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Home Depot...same price.
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I have an MC Hammer Drill. Can these touch it?
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I have an MC Hammer Drill. Can these touch it?
Now THAT was funny! 😆
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Description says shank style is for SDS MAX, which is different than SDS Plus. Based on sizes included Id guess these are SDS Plus but can anyone confirm?

Edit: further down in the listing it also says they fit into standard 3/8 and 1/2 chucks so now i'm more confused
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Can I use these with my M18 hammer drill (not fuel, not sds)?
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../313694151
These have been $2 cheaper but still a decent price for masonry bits.

Edit: These are for standard chuck style hammer drills or 1/4 in impact drills.
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Can I use these with my M18 hammer drill (not fuel, not sds)?
No. They will fit in the chuck, sure, but it won't be straight so drilling would be incredibly inefficient. You'll be much better off with regular masonry bits, even paying full price.
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3 jaws (drill) each has 120 angle space. V.S. 2 jaws (SDS rotary) - 180 angle.
Not safe!!!
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