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Old 12-18-2018, 01:33 AM   #21
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some reason barrel is double the price on cordless. Unless it's Milwaukee m12. tempting to get the on the m12 line up.

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Old 12-18-2018, 08:52 AM   #22
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Barrel grips probably don't sell as fast so they don't make as many which makes them more expensive to make. Supply and demand crap. I have the newer Bosch barrel grip and the thing gets hot where I grab it towards the front. It gets uncomfortable if you use it for an extended period. My older version Bosch had no such issues.
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The jigsaw will be the next to go cordless.
I've been using the Milwaukee for a couple of years and not happy. it doesn't cut perpendicular and I've had to send it in for repair.
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some reason barrel is double the price on cordless. Unless it's Milwaukee m12. tempting to get the on the m12 line up.
I really like the M12 lineup for so many tools. The jig saw...well it is lightweight, kinda. The blades do fit into it. The blade doesn't track well, and the shoe often comes loose. Not the tool to bring out to show how great the M12 lineup is.

My next jig saw will be a Mafell barrel grip, with a coping foot attachment. It comes with a Systainer, and will have a nice insert to protect it.
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laser case all finished up.

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