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First you need to decide if you want one drill to do everything. It isn't always the best choice but it can be a good choice if drilling into brick or concrete is rare. Functional types Drill Driver - should include separate settings for drilling and driving. There will be a variable torque setting that avoids tearing the heads of screws. Combi Drill - ...


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Drilling reasonable-sized holes in wood and driving screws into wood can be done with practically anything. Base your decision on price and included accessories. Drilling the occasional small hole in concrete can be done with the same tool. Drilling many holes (or larger holes) in concrete requires a hammer drill (ok, it doesn't 'require' it, but the work ...



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