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I'll start this off.

HD had this rapid charger and 5a battery for $99. The battery alone costs more than that typically.
After awhile it gets to the point of just how many chargers does one really need.

Was looking at the M12 screw gun 1/4 chuck , $ 59 for the kit compared to 54 for the drill, but already have 3 chargers.
 

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it's no screw up. Amazon prices are controlled by computers.
I'm sure they break contract msrp all the time.
from my experience once I buy it the price rockets back up.

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Looks like it does not come with a charger, and only a battery in the tool.

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Hate to add to your sadness... But that drill won't drive a deck screw...
That's the cordless screwdriver. It's great for doing door hardware.
Send me your address, I'll mail you a first gen M12 impact. I've got a spare.

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I love that drill!! It is what I use for all my soffit and siding work. Will drive 2 -2 1/2 screw fairly easy. I do use the bigger batteries and only change out maybe once a day.
 

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One thing I wish Milwaukee would come out with for their packouts is a track you can mount on a shelf to snap packout boxes on. I think it would be nice for the organizers in a work trailer.
 

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Today I used my Milwaukee Roto Hammer for the first time putting in some Tapcons, sure was impressed with how much faster and easier it was to a hammer drill.
 
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