Tired of countersinks that slip on the drill bit after one or two holes? After tightening the set screw half a dozen times, the drill bit is usually so scarred up that there is no hope of any further adjustment. Make it Snappy countersinks are designed so that the countersink locks onto the hex shank, and the drill bit slides through the center. A set screw allows adjustment of the drill bit for different screw lengths. Because the drill drives the hex shank of the countersink, instead of the drill bit itself, slippage is eliminated! The bit may be replaced with equal sized bits of any point design or length.
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Does the job well
By Steve the Builder
from Murray Ky
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Comments about 1/8'' x 3/8'' Countersink w/Brad Pt. Bit:
Hanging 20K in hickory cabinet. Used this to drill / countersink the stiles. Did the job very well.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Highest quality I've ever purchased!
from Boise, Idaho
I drilled 1,600 pilot/countersink holes in oak, then deepened the same 1,600 holes after staining the oak. It holds it's depth setting better than I've ever experienced and is easy to adjust. The brad point bit is the way I'll go from now on. After the workout I gave it, it still works like new!! I would buy again but it looks like I won't have to.