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Old 03-18-2019, 08:40 AM   #21
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I have a Dewalt holster I bought for my 18V Makita drill/driver.
The drill driver tends to fall out but the 18V Makita impact driver fits perfectly.

I'll see if I can get the part #.
This is the one I got.

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Old 03-18-2019, 09:12 AM   #22
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Yup. Mine is probably 10-12 years old and looks deeper, allowing the shorter motor housing on an impact to fit down into the holster further. I know the battery sits closer to vertical in my holster than what is shown in your picture...with mine, the battery is more over the holster opening than it is hanging out the side..
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Not quite as over the opening as I thought but...it has never fallen out. I never use the strap.


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I use a hook from kunys. Very easy to use.

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I use this one too.


I used to just put the impact in the back bag of my nailbags.

After I moved too quickly, it fell out, bounced off the roof, and landed in the middle of a 2015 GMC windshield.

I figured I got off easy, paying $250 for a holster and a windshield.



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