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Milwaukee SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty Alloy Steel Magnetic Drive Guide Set (3-Piece)-48-32-4519 - $8.29 + Free Shipping

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Thanks, I've been waiting for this to come back in stock. Ordered it a couple months ago and got a torn empty envelope in the mail.
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Got one!
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Forgive me because I'm not knowledgable on what the tool is called. Is this the one where you can slip the sleeve over the nail and drive it in? I know DeWalt has one but is this the Milwaukee version? Looking to pick one up but don't even know what it's called to even begin looking for it.
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Quote from Thetalker :
Forgive me because I'm not knowledgable on what the tool is called. Is this the one where you can slip the sleeve over the nail and drive it in? I know DeWalt has one but is this the Milwaukee version? Looking to pick one up but don't even know what it's called to even begin looking for it.
Maybe you're thinking of a palm nailer, but no this doesn't drive any type of nail in, it holds screw and ratchet bits and is used with an impact driver or drill. These are 3 different sized bit extensions for those bits and yes there is a sleeve that can keep screws from falling out but I rarely use that part of it and do carpentry and contracting for a living... Extension itself is what I'm after
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Quote from Thetalker :
Forgive me because I'm not knowledgable on what the tool is called. Is this the one where you can slip the sleeve over the nail and drive it in? I know DeWalt has one but is this the Milwaukee version? Looking to pick one up but don't even know what it's called to even begin looking for it.
yes, it has the sleeve that goes over a screw.
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yes, it has the sleeve that goes over a screw.
Thanks! Bought one
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Great deal i got 2
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Thank you, bought one. Has free shipping so made it nice. Amazon has this for $18.
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It's not for screws either, unless they have a hex head. It's mainly for nuts and hex bolts. Do you know the difference between a screw and a hex bolt?
I do not think you can even read!
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It's not for screws either, unless they have a hex head. It's mainly for nuts and hex bolts. Do you know the difference between a screw and a hex bolt?
But it isn't. Do you know the difference between fact and fiction? Cause you just made up a pile of shit.
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Quote from bigcountry1219 :
It's not for screws either, unless they have a hex head. It's mainly for nuts and hex bolts. Do you know the difference between a screw and a hex bolt?
Geeze, you show you have no clue how this tool is used, also.
No, it's NOT just for hex head fasteners, nor even hex head screws.
It accepts bits that have phillips heads, slotted heads, torx heads, square hole heads, etc. The sleeve's main purpose is for *screws* to save your finger's skin.


Study the Milwaukee product page, at bare minimum, before engaging mouth and wrongfully attempting to project your ignorance onto me.
https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Pro...9#sp-specs
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Geeze, you show you have no clue how this tool is used, also.
No, it's NOT just for hex head fasteners, nor even hex head screws.
It accepts bits that have phillips heads, slotted heads, torx heads, square hole heads, etc. The sleeve's main purpose is for *screws* to save your finger's skin.


Study the Milwaukee product page, at bare minimum, before engaging mouth and wrongfully attempting to project your ignorance onto me.
https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Pro...9#sp-specs
The poster was clearly just being snarky towards you since you were snarky towards the other, self admittedly unknowledgeable person. But they are right, this is for hex bits, or hex screws/nuts. Hex bits are commonly used for torx, Philips, flat, etc.
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