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wiggle molding will allow you to screw on the high points of the metal without making a dimple in the sheet. It costs a little more but is worth it if you are unsure of your screw points and want it to last longer.
Most anchors don't come out of concrete. You have two choices. If you need to keep the look (little chipping) hit it with an angle grinder plus diamond blade. If you are putting something over these, hammer and sharp chisel works really fast.
Right Angle Driver: (likely available at your local store from random manufacturers) irwin.com
You'll need to pilot and counter-sink screws like that, or try switching to a self piloting, self counter-sinking screw like Gold Star or similar. The problem with all purpose screws is that the blunt tip just flexes the fibers out of the way, reducing the amount of material the threads can get a hold of. With a screw that short it doesn't get enough bite to ...
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