Dewalt collated screw gun

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Rst1983

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Hi,anyone used the newish Dewalt 18v collated screw gun?i don't do a great deal of boarding but have a job coming up n it looks like good value at 300 and reviews looked good
 

zolco

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Just get one then, 300 knickers not the end of the world if it's crap but if it works you can save yourself a lot of fuffing about in the future.
 

kgreigh

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Is it the one with a drywall driver and a separate collated magazine like the hilti?bosch also have one similar.
 

Rst1983

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Is it the one with a drywall driver and a separate collated magazine like the hilti?bosch also have one similar.
Yes that's the 1 it looks similar but it's a lot cheaper.used Hilti n most dry liners use them coz they r the best but can't justify that much money for the odd job
 

Marshy

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I also have a milwaukee gun (corded tho) fires up to 75mm screws and its about 4ft long great for vaulted cielings etc
 

Marshy

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Some reckon those festool are good? Im lucky i got a hilti but my old makita was great. The new ones are shite (makita) but so are senco in my opinion best bet is to go to a decent tool merchants or a tool open day and test a few? Hitachi do one too?? Minefield for power tools these days
 

Marshy

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Marshy

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I have the sd 5000 with collated attachment fires in up to 55mm screws great drill batteries seem to last forever too
 

beddy

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Lol i had the concept autofeed and my old boss came in one monday and said ive got one from makro. Cost him £14.99. Came with a s**t lead so he attaches a flymo lead to it lol. It wouldn't even put one screw in
 
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