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Why is it, whenever I need tiny drill bits........
#845888 Mon Apr 23 2012 01:37 AM
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MNSmith Offline OP
"Hey! I sound like Darth Vader!!
I can never find them?

Re: Why is it, whenever I need tiny drill bits........
MNSmith #845926 Mon Apr 23 2012 04:17 AM
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..They hide behind their big brothers. the 1/2 and 3/4 smile


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Re: Why is it, whenever I need tiny drill bits........
Achipmunk #845942 Mon Apr 23 2012 05:38 AM
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You broke them.


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Re: Why is it, whenever I need tiny drill bits........
MNSmith #845962 Mon Apr 23 2012 12:00 PM
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Because they're tiny?

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Re: Why is it, whenever I need tiny drill bits........
55 1st suburban #845995 Mon Apr 23 2012 03:13 PM
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All three are correct answers!! Time to restock!!

Re: Why is it, whenever I need tiny drill bits........
MNSmith #846040 Mon Apr 23 2012 06:08 PM
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Because we're getting older and can't see, and also can't remember where we put them.


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Re: Why is it, whenever I need tiny drill bits........
55shaker #846051 Mon Apr 23 2012 07:33 PM
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Because you want them. They know this and go into hiding. The rest of the time they get right up front to get in your way and I suppose put up a screen for whatever it is you want at that time to hide behind it.

I give up on realistic answers because I have never found a good solution to this question using facts and reality.

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Re: Why is it, whenever I need tiny drill bits........
MNSmith #846061 Mon Apr 23 2012 08:08 PM
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Just buy a whole case - a "variety pack" - and leave the box where you can always see it.
The average life span of a 1/16 bit is about 3 seconds. wink








Re: Why is it, whenever I need tiny drill bits........
Old 'Burb Lover #846115 Mon Apr 23 2012 11:29 PM
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Ha! I have three indexes and anything smaller than 1/8" is gone!

Re: Why is it, whenever I need tiny drill bits........
Old 'Burb Lover #847097 Fri Apr 27 2012 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Old 'Burb Lover
The average life span of a 1/16 bit is about 3 seconds.


Wow, that's double the life I usually get! grin


Hey guys, hows the weather? grin

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