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#1 posted 02-16-2011 07:27 PM

Keith got it. I’ve always called it a cabinet screwdriver. Now, Keith where did the term casket screwdriver come from? In all my years of woodworking I never heard that term. That’s not to say it’s wrong, I would just like to know were you heard it.

Jack-T, Straight drive screws and bolts are not obsolete, PHILLIPS are obsolete. I’ve had very few straight drive screws or bolts cam out on me, but I’ve had thousands of Phillips cam out. I now try to use only square drive. I tried torx but the cost was too high for the advantage.

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