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Gshepherd

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#1 posted 11-07-2012 11:42 PM

I have so many bits my cabinet I built for just drill bits and such is way to small….. I have the machinist bits, regular, brad points, forster,snappys,hinge,auger, you name it I got it. That all being said…....... Look at the Woodcraft big boxed set. I know from time to time they have these big bit sets sometimes in regular and also in brad point. What I like about them is if you break one no sweat cause there are usually 4-5 more left and they are reasonably priced. They when you can buy yourself a nice HOLT drill bit set for the really precise work you may encounter. I will usually take a nail set and make a small dent where I want the center to be even on wood… Of course if drilling into metal I will use a center punch. check these out and I know they used to have a brad point set as well….. If your liking these but wish to have brad point I may have several kits a the shop pm me if interested…..

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