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SENCO 10E0001N DURASPIN 120V 2500 RPM High Torque 2 in. Corded A

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SENCO 10E0001N DURASPIN 120V 2500 RPM High Torque 2 in. Corded A

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The variable speed 2500 RPM high-torque motor of the DS242-AC 120V 2 in. Corded Auto-Feed Screwdriver provides the power for heavy duty applications, such as metal framing, gypsum sheathing to steel, and metal decking. The adjustable depth-of-drive locks in place to ensure consistent screw placement on each drive. SENCO's patented cornerfit feed system provides access to tight corners, and feed on return aligns the next screw with the bit before each drive for better line of sight and accurate screw placement. Tool-free screw length adjustment Variable speed trigger with lock and reverse to control RPM's during drives Patented screw-strip guide Adjustable belt hook Heavy-duty 10 ft. power cord Includes: 120V 2500 RPM 2 in. Auto-Feed Screwdriver - 10E0001N,(1) Drive Bit - EA0297,(1) Drive Bit - EA0298,Storage bag.

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