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Milescraft - PocketJig100 Single Pocket Hole Jig

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The Milescraft® PocketJig100 allows you to connect your workpieces in a quick and timely manner or do repairs around your house. Small, compact design allows you to do applications where a small jig is required. Jig features molded board thickness markings for easy setup of your workpieces, virtually eliminating the need for manual measurements. Includes everything you need to get started with your first pocket holes.

Features:

• 1/2", 3/4" 1" and 1-1/2" common board thickness settings built into the jig

• Easy reference marks to match your board thickness and set your jig

• Tight tolerances between the bushings and the drill bit reduce tear-out

• Small design allows access to tight places to make repairs to many joints

• Includes magnet for simple location with any standard metal clamp

Reviews

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  1. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Decent jig, junk screwdriver

    I picked this up the other day to build a teardrop trailer. Construction is all softwood so I am not really putting a load on anything. The jig works fine and the notches for marking setbacks for different wood thickness is nice. The problem is that the included T20 driver bit is way too soft. It rounded off in the first 10 screws. I touched it up with a grinder and am now at about 30 screws and it rounded out again. My choices are a 65 mile round trip to Woodcraft to exchange or to order a new bit from Amazon and wait a few days to restart work.

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