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120-Pc Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Alloy Steel Drill & Screw Driver Bit Set EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 120-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Alloy Steel Drill & Screw Driver Bit Set (48-32-4498) for $24.88. Shipping is free.

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Great set of Milwaukee impact driver bits available for ~60% off at home depot. Seems a great deal on a good mix for simple around the house tasks.

24.88 + tax, shipped free. Good filler if more needs included to get free shipping on heavier lots.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa...czpLVf1Uw0
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may i recommend using the included bit holder?
they have very good magnets in them for holding screws to the bits.
i guess i don't know anyone who uses a drill regularly that doesn't use one. no one is out there trying to put a 1" bit straight into a chuck.
i use almost exclusively milwaukee tools and bits and i've never had a problem with them being too narrow.
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Yes, this may be old, but you reminded me of it. Thanks!
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1" bits are way too short to chuck directly in the impact driver, the driver chuck and body will be right in the work.

Also, has anyone noticed Milwaukee P2 bits are smaller in diameter than other brands? I use Dewalt now for that reason.
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Yes, this may be old, but you reminded me of it. Thanks!
.... and if you want the same set with a right angle adapter, it's 38$, half price, and found here:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa...318033740?
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Quote from westshore :
1" bits are way too short to chuck directly in the impact driver, the driver chuck and body will be right in the work.

Also, has anyone noticed Milwaukee P2 bits are smaller in diameter than other brands? I use Dewalt now for that reason.
may i recommend using the included bit holder?
they have very good magnets in them for holding screws to the bits.
i guess i don't know anyone who uses a drill regularly that doesn't use one. no one is out there trying to put a 1" bit straight into a chuck.
i use almost exclusively milwaukee tools and bits and i've never had a problem with them being too narrow.
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Quote from westshore :
1" bits are way too short to chuck directly in the impact driver, the driver chuck and body will be right in the work.

Also, has anyone noticed Milwaukee P2 bits are smaller in diameter than other brands? I use Dewalt now for that reason.
Yea you put them in a bit holder so you don't wear out the mechanism in your impact. Most pros prefer a 3 or 6" bit holder, I like a 6"
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Yea you put them in a bit holder so you don't wear out the mechanism in your impact. Most pros prefer a 3 or 6" bit holder, I like a 6"
Serious question here, would you use the drill bits with the holder also? It's my first impact driver (first power tool ever). Was purchased for installing curtains and other home improvement. Thanks
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Quote from jacob.b.smith :
may i recommend using the included bit holder?
they have very good magnets in them for holding screws to the bits.
i guess i don't know anyone who uses a drill regularly that doesn't use one. no one is out there trying to put a 1" bit straight into a chuck.
i use almost exclusively milwaukee tools and bits and i've never had a problem with them being too narrow.
Don't say no one. My partner always put the 1" bit into the chuck at some tight space, how does he get it out afterwards? Suck it out with a strong level magnet.
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What I really need is for the 55 piece to go on sale. I don't need 120 pieces for general DIY stuff.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-SHOCKWAVE-Impact-Duty-Alloy-Steel-Screw-Driver-Bit-Set-55-Piece-48-32-4028/301308025
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What I really need is for the 55 piece to go on sale. I don't need 120 pieces for general DIY stuff.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../301308025
Could sell what you don't need. Bits are in demand with flipping folks if you're in an urban setting
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Quote from jacob.b.smith :
may i recommend using the included bit holder?
they have very good magnets in them for holding screws to the bits.
i guess i don't know anyone who uses a drill regularly that doesn't use one. no one is out there trying to put a 1" bit straight into a chuck.
i use almost exclusively milwaukee tools and bits and i've never had a problem with them being too narrow.
U just embarrassed me. I put it straight into it. But I won't from now on.
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I've always failed to understand why they even bother to make the 1" bits? They include nice ones but only a few, why not make them all a good size? Price?
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