Sat, Dec 15, 2007, 11:33pm (EST+5) email@example.com (Jesse) doth now
You have to stick with me on the cordless part, they have a cabin
without power that needs occational renovation. I could pick from
several different brands, Makita, Hitachi or Delta but so far I've only
found them in sets with drill, flashlight, etc, all things he does not
You might have said that in the first place. Some of you guys
really need to watch Roy, instead of so much Norm. My first thought
would have been a handsaw. With so many of you guys, your frist
thought is battery powered. Roy would be so ashamed.
My two sons use cordless tools every day, at their work - no power
available at most of their jobsites - if it was. they'd probably opt for
corded tools. They, and all their buddies in the trade, at least around
here, swear by DeWalt. I have seen them as single tools. Might check
Harbor Freight, they sometimes sell factory reconditioned DeWalt tools.
I do things I don't know how to do, so that I might learn how to do