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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Gills View Post
    I doubt a battery could cut the mustard.
    I may doubt that you can get the windows out, too but then again I may be wrong. Dewalt 18 volt all the way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Gills View Post
    I have just bought the Milwaukee. These things are coming out!!
    start her up..
    Gabe

    Don't follow my advice, I only know a thing or two about a thing or two.

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    Talking Millwaukees are fun....

    I would rather have the milwaukee with the power cord any day over the crummey dewalt sawzzalls....

    You will be happy with that one...

    The reason I dont like the Dewaults is nothing gripes my ass more than having to buy a new battery for the tool that
    costs almost as much as the tool iteslf..

    I like the dewault battery operated drill for sheet metal work on waterheater flu pipes and I have their flash lights... but nothing larger.....

    you can actually buy a full drill kit with two batteries included for that the batteries alone cost you... I got three drills still new in boxes laying around here...



    What did you pay for your new sawzall beastie???





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    Thanks Mark. I paid $149 on Amazon and that included free shipping.

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    I buy the two battery pack set for about $90.00 and they have a two year guarantee. I also have a DeWalt electric saw with the two position chuck, the quick lock chuck makes changing blades a lot easier, than my Milwaukee with the horizontal blade adapter. But since the Milwaukee does not have the foot on it, it will get into smaller places than the DeWalt.

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