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I have SO many tools that I'd not want to be without, and I could list a whole lot of them as my favorites, but if I was forced to answer by choosing just one, I'd have to say my 3 HP, 220volt Grizzly Cabinet Table Saw. It is extremely accurate and powerful. I real beast.

What's YOUR Favorite tool?



 

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My favorite tool is propably the hammer, LOL!
 

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My 40 caliber Glock. Since I retired, I would have to say my Makita 90 degree drill. Gets into tight spaces and makes a lot of jobs easier.
 

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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by striperman

My 40 caliber Glock. Since I retired, I would have to say my Makita 90 degree drill. Gets into tight spaces and makes a lot of jobs easier.
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Angle drill is a great tool. I use mine quite often.
 

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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by Arkansas Rock Rider

Roto Zip, or sawsall............[:p]
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RotoZip is indeed a great tool. Very versatile.
 

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I have all of those and many others,

Have to have several to do Honey do projects....
 

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I love all tools and have many favorites and the one I like the most is the one I Don't have to do the job right.........Curt
 

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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by jere

I have all of those and many others,

Have to have several to do Honey do projects....
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Yes Jere, but which is your favorite? If you had to choose just one.
 

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I would have to go with my welders, un like you wood guys if I cut off more than I should have I can allways add more steel and grind, not so easy with wood, I am more of a cut first then measure type of guy :}
 

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I think the Vise Grip is the most universal tool available.
 

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K9 Chester or Sir Winchester Fullapepper as he is known to all the other Bloodhounds in the kennel is my favorite "tool". Of all the mantrailing cases he has worked; the most noteable was the Stephanie Pepper Sims homicide case. Chester successfully ran a 6 week old vehicle trail. One heck of a nose. Unfortuneately his age (and mine[B)]) are bringing us to retirement very soon.

He will always be my favorite.

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Good router & table, not many tools as versital.
 

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I'm going with the cordless drill/driver. I will wear them out 2 to 1 to my other tools.. Impact wrench is close second just cause lawn mower blades suck to change:)
 

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Oh wait, the air operated grease gun rocks also... and the pressure washer, welder, generator.... jeeze this is a hard ?.
I'll ask my wife which is her favorite tool.
She said it was her onion chopper, who knew.......
 
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