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Just bought this drill press with a removable drill. I'm trying to figure out which drill would be best for it. I bought this one, Model #: 1191VSRK, can't post URL yet.

Unfortunately it doesn't seem to have a trigger lock and I would definitely need that option. It does have what looks like a button on the side, but it doesn't pop out like others to lock it.
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i bought the same press and have a 1980's black and decker electric drill that fits and works perfectly. i replace the plastic nuts with a brass inserted type from true value
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Drill Press - 5 Speed

Bench Top Drill Press - 12 Speed

9" Drill Press Locking Clamp

Then you can use your DELTA 17-924 Mortising kit

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Hello,
Just bought this drill press with a removable drill. I'm trying to figure out which drill would be best for it. I bought this one, Model #: 1191VSRK, can't post URL yet.

Unfortunately it doesn't seem to have a trigger lock and I would definitely need that option. It does have what looks like a button on the side, but it doesn't pop out like others to lock it.
Thanks in advance.



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Drill Press - 5 Speed

Bench Top Drill Press - 12 Speed

9" Drill Press Locking Clamp

Then you can use your DELTA 17-924 Mortising kit

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I have been eyeing some of those on sale at HF, I actually had a coupon through their Inside Track Club that had the small bench mount for 49.99, not sure if it's expired, but may need to look into that.
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Thumbs up 335.25926 Fits Stanley H19-A drill pic

The Sears Craftsman 335.25926 drill press fits a Stanley H19-A drill.

Enclosed is a pic of a working (although rusted) H19-A drill with the press.

I wonder which model Black & Decker drills will work with this?

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I saw this used & home & business purposes.
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I have one I just brought down from the attic unfortunantly i probably know less about it than you do BUT, do you know if it drills at angles?
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I have one I just brought down from the attic unfortunantly i probably know less about it than you do BUT, do you know if it drills at angles?

The one I have does not drill at an angle, just up and down like a drill press.

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Me Too but it holds my boat in place very well and because it's Alum.it will not rust.

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The one I have does not drill at an angle, just up and down like a drill press.

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haha.

Mine just sits in the back of the shed.. I bought it before I knew what a drill press was.....LOL

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