I already have a couple of those Craftsman combocounter sink bits (i.e.
with a drill bit) that came with a drill bit set, but I was looking for
a decent counter sink bit by itself, for wood (and plastic). I didn't
locate any by Craftsman. From reading some reviews there appears to be
some "junk" out there. I suppose 1/2" will be fine until I need
something larger. Any last second advise on this purchase?
Those are for wood screws, not drywall screws.
Most of us use dry wall screws today.
For those a straight bit is required, not a tapered.
I have a set of both, tapered and straight.
I rarely use wood screws anymore, I do when it is necessary, or more
Take a look at the snappy brand.
Yes I do. I said most. I didn't say all.
I think if you took a survey you would not find tapered wood screws in
use for 90% of the people.
I think you will find DRY WALL (LIKE) screws most of the time. While
they don't have to be drywall screws, they are straight shanked screws
that are drywall like.
There is that better? ;-0
Not really; you've expressed nothing but personal opinion. If you'd
limited your statement to "they won't work for me, because I use drywall
screws instead of wood screws", there would be no complaints.
As I use wood screws, I (and apparently Leon), don't fall into your
assumptive "most of us" categeory.
That's correct. MOST OF US is NOT ALL OF US!!
But I'm pretty sure MOST OF US DO USE A DRY WALL TYPE OF SCREW..
STRAIGHT SHANKED OVER TAPERED.
Since you don't, you're not most of us, and I already knew that about you.
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.