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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by bobski, May 9, 2013.
again, a drill ive never seen before.
what do the bits look like?
It looks like 90% of a hammer drill.
Is that an impact wrench?
Is that an old screwgun?
Looks more like an air hammer to me
it has a cord. an electric air gun would be a first.
wonder what the missing bit looks like>?
Electric demolition hammer?
Are you sure the whole chuck is still on that drill? I certainly am only guessing but looks weird to me. What's the part # or name for the drill?
of course not. thats why im posting it, to see whats missing if anything, and to know what it is.
remember, my goal is to determine if its worth keeping or if its trash.
i'll look for a name tomorrow.
heres the name plate.
it has a spring loaded chuck like the other sheet rock drill.
its gotta be another sheet rock drill.
On finetools.com, it says they made a "spring chuck".
so is mine missing? does it show a pic of the chuck?
Drywall screwdriver. Looks complete other than the #2 phillips tip.
I believe you're right it's an antique screw gun
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but i think mo shooter got it with 'old screw gun.'
It looks more like an electric version of an air chisel. HERE is a cutter for one. Note the flange to the left of the blue label. You remove the collar, slide the left side of the chisel through it making sure the flange is inside the collar, then reattach the collar and bit to the body of the tool. As long as you maintain pressure on the chisel while the trigger is pulled the chisel should stay where you want it. These days they have OSHA approved safety chucks that would hold the cutter bit in place with or without pressure on the bit. HERE is an air chisel set.
EDIT > Oops. Never mind. I just saw the hex opening behind the collar. Screw gun.
I'm with MOshooter on this one it looks like an old drywall screwgun. It wouldn't hurt to polish your photography skills either while your at it.