REVIEW - Milwaukee Black and Bronze Twist Drill Bits - www.onlinetoolreviews.com

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Dean Bielanowski
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How about a review of the German made Colt "5 Star" Brad Point bits. Their video looks amazing, I'd like to see a 3rd party test.

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Got a website address to look at?
Dean

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Dean wrote:

Here's one place where you can get them.
http://www.thebestthings.com/newtools/miebach_drill_bits.htm
It would be interesting to compare them against the Lee Valley brad points.
The Miebach Colt Maxicut forster-style bits are also supposed to be very good.
Chris
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www.Infinitytools.com sells them

www.Infinitytools.com sells them
http://www.infinitytools.com/Videos/COLT_drills.mov For the Video
http://www.infinitytools.com/prodinfo.asp?number 1-170
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OK, here is my review of some different bits. I needed to drill through 3 wall studs in a tight situation that required about 12" of bit. At Lowes I bought a 1" Irwin Paddle bit call a quick cut or something like that and an extension. I am telling you I have never seen something so aggressive. It was fun using that thing. I only have a random set of paddles so I went back and bout a set of the darn things. More of a construction grade tool but man just a little pressure and they cut fantastic.
Here's a request. Anyone know of a good set of brad points with hex shafts? Wouldn't mind having those on hand for use with an Insty -bit or other quick change system. I really don't want to buy the adapters but I suppose I could.

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