Thanks for the explanation. I've read a few times just so it makes sense. (y) (y) (y)
Agree - There are 5 stores nationally with a total of 6 units in stock (possibly inventory errors). This seems like a good deal for the price but availability means this is only a good deal for 6 people max!
that helped me too ty
@crazyg A conventional (cam-action) drill moves the whole chuck back and forth to create the hammer action. That's what the drill in this post is. A rotary hammer uses an electro-pneumatic system to drive the drill bit back and forth within the chuck itself, and they always have an SDS chuck as opposed to a three-jawed chuck. Rotary hammer drills are far superior for hammer drilling, and can usually also be used in hammer-only mode (i.e. without the chuck rotating) for chiselling and demolition work. There's a bit more to the mechanics than that, but that's the differences in a nutshell (y)
same here all i know its great for jobs around the house