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Old 04-11-15, 12:31 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Daox View Post
Count me in as another who agrees. So much more control, so much easier and faster. The only downside is its noisy (all impacts are) which really isn't a big deal when you consider all the benefits.
Actually, they have less control than a drill. The best control with driving anything is a drill in first gear. That is what I use for sheetrock screws or anytime I want a screw perfectly flush.

However, impact drivers are as good as everyone says. I even use mine when working on my vehicles. Removing rusted or stuck bolts is so much easier since air powered tools are not available.

Last edited by Daox; 04-13-15 at 07:29 AM..
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