Mac 3/8 cordless impact gun
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Great condition, only used a few times at home in my garage, bought brand new. Very strong gun. Check my other ads. Price is firm works great in used condition. Various Tool Assortment. Limited Edition. A lip colour that combines the sheen of a gloss with precision of a pencil. Your go-to magic wand for high-impact lips, imbuing an ultimate high-gloss shine. This all-in-one tool offers the comfort of a balm, the colour and sheen of a gloss and precision of a pencil. With a twist-up applicator, you never have to sharpen.
Special packaging with graphic geometric patterns woven in eye-catching hues. Desert Evening clear with pearl - does not appear blue Mac Tools Impact Gun. Selling my Mac impact gun. Part number MPF Comes with light, and boot for it. Bought it brand new early summer.
No head to head, but I feel my last of the 18v ni cad SO is more powerful. I know this isn't the most useful, but based on the 20v, personally I wouldn't buy the 12v.source site
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I drove 6" lag bolts in treated 2X's with it. It only does like 6 of those on a charge, but it will do it. I have a complete write up on it here: Worth it, you will like it! Milwaukee Tool company will not be receiving any of my business, I choose to not support that particular company for my own reasons. Also, the ergonomics on their tools are off, something about the grip was not designed right. When you compare them to what other brands offer they're really not anything special.
Even the warranty that everyone brags about isn't that impressive, Hitachi offers lifetime and is cheaper too. They share ergonomics and batteries but that's where the similarities end.
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MACs impacts are far more powerful. If it makes you feel any better Ruger my shattered its guts after only a few months. Mailing it off next week. Been waiting on a CT since October. SO guy said they keep putting them on quality control holds. Because everyone is breaking them thats why. My driver sends thrm back weekly.
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Blown hammers and broken handles. I should cancel my order. But I already got the drill. They probably won't end up fixing the issues. Just Derate the power. My CT battery gets 'stuck' and I have to force it out every single time. Anyone else have the same issue?
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My Dewalt impact is only good up to about ft-lbs before calling it quits. Or the 18v snapon. All my I have to lock it between my knees and use both hands to pull the battery out. I hope they don't do that. I have access to the M12 fuel as well which keeps up with the Snap-On and they're about the same size.
The Milwaukee is just extremely loud and I prefer the Snap-On toggle trigger for working rusty fasteners back and forth. If Milwaukee can make a small impact that doesn't tear itself to pieces I don't know why Snap-On wouldn't be able to. The M12 grips are definitely polarizing Mine don't bother me, bu that's just me.
Hitachi says "Lifetime is defined as the serviceable life of the product. This is defined as the period during which all components are available. It ain't a ratchet or socket that rarely changes, if you're still using the same batteries in a decade you'll probably want or already have a newer, better tool anyway. Not to mention their product line is a touch slim But, you can hate them for whatever you'd like. MAC does not "own" Dewalt. Mac is owned by Stanley. If anything Id buy a milwaukee over a mac tool. Im highly impressed with my non fuel impact driver.
I absolutely love it.. I bought it off the MAC truck 3 or 4 years ago.. It's nice and light and the battery lasts a fairly long time Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk. Not quite.. Need more space ,