You've got to hold on tight to your drill because that thing WILL torque the drill. The tight spiral on the tip will dig in fast and as soon as the big blades hit the wood the drill will want to spin. Make sure there's nothing in the way that your hands will hit as the drill spins, because it will surprise the crap out you. I'd recommend practice drilling in a couple of scrap 2x4s first to get the feel for it. I'm just sayin'. I know from experience. I learned that I only use it in my hammer drill (the cheap Harbor Freight one I bought) becasue it has the second handle and MAN, it goes through ANYTHING. When I was running my electric, it would run through the narrow side of 2x4 in about 3 or 4 seconds. I could bore all the holes in an entire wall of studs in about 5 minutes.
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