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Thanks Dave.   You pretty well covered everything i was thinking as i drooled over my keyboard.  :P  (that's me with my tongue out).  :lol:

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While stashing a few eggbeaters away...discovered one more eggbeater drill ( makes 11...) a Millers Falls "Buck Rogers" drill..

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The smaller of the two they made...takes up to 1/4" bits.   No. 104

 

Yep, so many, I ferget one....

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2 hours ago, steven newman said:

( makes 11...)...Yep, so many, I ferget one

because it's an odd number...you need one more to make a dozen, then the drill karma will be in harmony.:P

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Back when L. Bailey was having "issues" with Stanley..:angry:...broke away for a time, and started his own factory....two of the Model Lines were called Defiance, and Victor...:ph34r:

 

Couple of battles in court later, and Bailey safely back under Stanley's thumb...;)..those two lines were brought back as Stanley brands....in honour of Mr. Bailey.:cowboy:...even cast the Bailey name on Stanley planes.  And confused, and confounded everyone as to who made what....:ph34r:

 

Don't forget..I also have THREE breast drills....and a chain drill.....And a few "Push Drills"....getting crowded down here...:rolleyes:

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Too many drills?

 

Never!!! 565cfb0b76cf9_DevilLaughing.gif.2b0f2d7c3595d73e72d8d94304244fce.gif

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