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Look at the attached image, look very close at this one, then be the first one to describe what it is and or how it is used and do it correctly and get 100 points.

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Snowshoe said:
Adjustable countersink bit:

Allows you to drill a pilot hole with a countersink in one setup.
You have to look very close at the bit.......... you have a good start but not enough to win.

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Look at the attached image, look very close at this one, then be the first one to describe what it is and or how it is used and do it correctly and get 100 points.

Ed
Drill bit/countersink/counterbore unit:

I have several of these.

The drill is tapered for wood screws and the middle portion provides a countersink. The upper stop collar allows for a varying depth counterbore.

Brian
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Boy, you have to type quickly on these. I beat you by a minute. I had a computer brain-cramp when my first reply wouldn't send and I lost my text so I had to retype it. This was a condensed version of the first reply that wouldn't go out.

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x372sailor said:
Boy, you have to type quickly on these. I beat you by a minute. I had a computer brain-cramp when my first reply wouldn't send and I lost my text so I had to retype it. This was a condensed version of the first reply that wouldn't go out.

Brian
:rolleyes: Condensed version looks good to me though.
 

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x372sailor said:
Drill bit/countersink/counterbore unit:

I have several of these.

The drill is tapered for wood screws and the middle portion provides a countersink. The upper stop collar allows for a varying depth counterbore.

Brian
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The additional information I was looking for was the "tapered". "Real wood screws" are gripped along their entire length thus giving better "bite". Now that most people have gone to the "drywall" looking screws you don't have much call for these.

Well know that we all know what the answer is all I need to do is get you your 100 points.....

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