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Old 01-19-2015, 10:24 PM   #1
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These two tools have been in the bone pile for a while.

The drywall screwgun works great, except for one feature. The clutch sleeve detaches at random, usually right after sinking the screw and you're swinging the drill to the next location. Not sure why you would want this, but I thought I'd throw it out here in case someone needed an almost functioning screwgun.
Price is $15.00 plus shipping


Next up is a multi-tool. It worked great until something in the arbor area broke loose. Now the shaft spins by hand, but no longer oscillates when you turn it on. Again, I have no idea why anyone might want this, but if you do, act fast.
Price is $12.00 plus shipping (99 cent blade adapter NOT included)

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Think I might be interested in the drywall gun. I mean for 15 buck can't hardly pass it up

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I just bought the new and improved version of the multi tool. Gave it a good workout last week.

I have had my eye on a screw gun but ....I don't know now.
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I just bought the new and improved version of the multi tool. Gave it a good workout last week.



I have had my eye on a screw gun but ....I don't know now.

I have a couple of the bigger drywall guns. They are the cats meow
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I had my eye on one of the Makita like the one for sale.

Also saw an 18v self feed one too.
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I had my eye on one of the Makita like the one for sale.



Also saw an 18v self feed one too.

These ones.

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These ones.

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I went on Makita's site and couldn't find that.
They did have cordless shears that use that same body set up.
Got a model number?
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I went on Makita's site and couldn't find that.

They did have cordless shears that use that same body set up.

Got a model number?

Bsf450

I didn't see them on makitas website either, but I did find them on makita Canada.


I'd also like to get one of those makita roto zips
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Bsf450

I didn't see them on makitas website either, but I did find them on makita Canada.


I'd also like to get one of those makita roto zips



I think that rotozip will be my next purchase.
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Free bump. He is a good seller

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