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With my m12's I just either hang it off one of my tool bags, or stuff it in one of my pouches. Besides that kunys (clc) makes a smaller holster thats made for smaller impacts. One guy at work uses a pistol leg holster that seems to work well enough.
 

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Dioamand back has a nice holder for drills. I cut the seam on my right bag so I can shove a screw gun in all the way. At first I was wondering did I just ruin the bag. But after the first hour of use , it was a great decision . No more drill falling out as you lift that drywall above your head.
 

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Not for the Milwaukee but for all drills and impacts.

ABC use to supply a very nice drill/impact holder that would swivel with you.


Like that but it would move with you like a swiveling hammer hook.
 
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