Fully Automatic Weapon

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Review by OutPutter posted 11-03-2008 07:26 PM 3988 views 1 time favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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So, this guy comes to the office to help one of the girls get into a cabinet that had a lost key. I heard all kinds of racket going on over there and thought I better sniff around. It’s a good thing I did because look what I saw. This is a drill with a 36 Volt Battery, two lights with 12 LEDs each, and a shoulder strap. The shoulder strap wasn’t just to help handle the weight, which I estimate at 5lbs, it was also to help with the torque. When you pull the trigger on this thing, it wants to go. If you haven’t picked a target yet, you better be holding on to the shoulder strap because it’s going to drill the first thing it comes into contact with.

The lights and shoulder strap are optional and can be found with the rifle accesory mount at the local gun show I imagine. The patch is only available to those that earn them I’m told.

I highly recommend one – for recreational use only though.


-- Jim

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#1 posted 11-03-2008 08:10 PM

That looks awsome!

Thanks for the post


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#2 posted 11-04-2008 12:26 AM

That is a drill!!! I would love to have one of these.

Thanks for the review.

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#3 posted 11-04-2008 01:27 AM

I have one of those 36 volt dewalt sets also. It also came with a sawzall. If you need a cordless hammerdrill, it’s not bad. I used this beast a few times for setting cabinets. Let’s just say it was awkward, and very uncomfortable to use. For all other duties, I use the 18 volt makita drill/impact set that has the li ion AA batteries.

-- Julian, Homewood, IL

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#4 posted 11-04-2008 09:25 AM

Got Mine, It comes with every M1 tank purchased thoughout the end of the month.

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#5 posted 11-04-2008 05:45 PM

CRAZY!!! ;-)

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#6 posted 11-08-2008 07:44 PM

I’ve used my father’s drill, and while is it very powerful, The hammer action is a bit harsh.

ha ha ha, on the ‘recreational tool’ on this one…

-- Ned - 2B1ASK1

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#7 posted 11-12-2008 05:51 PM

Great Googeley Moogeley !!! Straight drilling from 300 yards!
I didn’t know anyone but Bosch made 36V tools…

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#8 posted 12-10-2008 11:53 PM


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#9 posted 02-01-2009 02:55 PM

sawzall works great I had problems right away with the drill and got the run around on getting it fix from depot and dewalt… grades out at sawzall A drill F

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#10 posted 11-19-2010 04:41 PM

very nice; I set mine to “rock and roll” and let ‘er rip!

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