Originally Posted by piston slapper
Yer prolly right ...Fish...
Back in the 80s when i was a bench tech for the Skil Corp...we took the nose piece off a drywall gun and it was the primary screwdriver we used everyday...Just drilled holes in the workbench to arrange all the different driver bits
An excellent tool when you get the feel for the torque...
Yeah, I got a special tool from John Deere , I like to call it
my " thru-the-wall-gun"
" But let me tell you something ,folks: You can't fix stupid! There's not a pill you can take, there's not a class you can go to. Stupid is forever!"