Hard to credit that the 13.2 Firestorm is too gutless to put in drywall screws.
We used my 9.6V and my 12V Panasonic concurrently and they both did the job
without complaints. Well, maybe that explains the huge difference in price
Anyway, like most of the others I can also recommend the corded drywall drivers
that take the belts of screws. The one we borrowed was a bit shagged so we had
to use the cordless drills in the difficult corners, but for working overhead
and quickly driving lots of screws those corded machines are great (we used a
Hitachi, b.t.w.) for ease of use as well as speed.
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Yeergh! Sorry to bust yer bubble but I slunk around the innernet and
finally found a place to call eht, er, hte, er, the FireStorm 13.2 v folks.
After spending about $100 of my dollerares they sent me a charger and a new
battery, but I only set about 1.75 screws into the top of an (I'm Sorry!)
IKEA dresser that SHMBO bought before all the 13.2 little electrons were
spent, lying in the gutter gasping their last. Couldanta have been more
than $5.00 per screw... (Insert favorite _______ joke here!)
I'd ruther take up smoking Kuban ceegars, lighting them with
hunndert-dollars bills, than send the FireSTORM annother hunndret of minea
dollardes, da jo whatta meen?
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