In repairing or fixing, what is the #1 tool you wish you had
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    Question In repairing or fixing, what is the #1 tool you wish you had

    Mine has got to be a cordless drill. I use dh's all the time but am working at saving to purchase one for myself when one comes on sale. They have got to be the handiest tool and so easy to use.

    How about you?

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    I have a cordless drill and I love it. I want a pnuematic nailer. I am not sure what I would do with it, but they sure are neat.

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    I have all I need, but wish I could use the dremmil tool, it gets away from me and I have a lot of trouble with it .........

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    Originally posted by captclearance
    I have all I need, but wish I could use the dremmil tool, it gets away from me and I have a lot of trouble with it .........
    Me too Lori, guess we'll just have to practice more!

    I would love one of the new staple guns "Easy Stapler" or something like that. It also works with brads.

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    I have alot of the above mentioned,I love them. Im dreaming of a Compound Miter DeWalt saw and maybe a RotoZip!
    In His Name,
    Michele

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    A carpenter, LOL.

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    LOL Katy!!

    I would have to say I couldn't live without the cordless drill.

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    LOVE the Dremmel tool.

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