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#1 posted 745 days ago

I’ve been using the 28v version for a couple years now and like it very much. I also have a 18v Dewalt at work it seems to be on par with the Milwaukee (IMO). With that being said I more recently bought a used 18v because it is much lighter and compliments the 28v well. The 18v seems to be plenty powerful. I have never used the hammer option (on the 28v) and don’t see much use for it unless you anticipate drilling masonry and then I expect a corded hammer drill would be better anyway. As a side note, my 18v has a LED light which I really don’t like simply because the trigger is kind of two stage with the light activating first the then the drill. For me it takes some of the finesse out of it.

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