Jan 12 2017, 08:16 PM Jan 12 2017, 08:16 PM Post #21 100mmccarthytechcrunch & New Questions Join Date: Jul 2016 Location: Nashville TN USA Posts: 706 Thanks for the feedback! It’s great to see new questions being answered and old questions answered as well. I have a few new products coming soon that will be available in early September. In the meantime, we’re also adding some new questions to our weekly “Ask a question” feature. Check it out on the home page or by following this link.
Why is hammer drilling hard?
Most hammer drills are designed to be stronger than your average 10B+ tool. This can be good or bad. Good in that it means there’s less stress on your hands, but bad in that it de-sensits your hands to the vibrations from the hammer. In reality, there isn’t a difference between a 10B+ and a .45 caliber hammer. It’s just that the heavier hammer is used to clamping smaller items such as nuts and bolts. That’s why you see so many 10B hammers in various sizes and applications.
Why is tapered bolt pattern necessary?
Tapered bolt patterns are more hygienic, but it also means it’s harder to get a good grip on the tool. The improved gripping surface also allows for better control. The downside of this design is that a large tool may stick out of your hand when you’re trying to open a door or open a window.
What’s the difference between a universal joint and a cam tiered joint?
A universal joint is a joint that’s made to work with many different tools. It’s often used with drills, drills pressers, and other commonly used tools where you don’t have a specific tool that you have to keep in mind. A cam tiered joint is a bit more specialized. It is meant to be used with large-diameter projects such as cams, drills, and drills pressers.
Is there a difference between M4 and .45 caliber barrels?
It’s easy to confuse the two. The .45 caliber version of a barrel is actually a longer version of the M4 version. It’s made to handle larger loadouts and is typically used with rifles with an extended bolt. The .40 caliber version is meant for smaller loads and is typically used with handguns.
Should I run an external scope or one Internal scope?
Yes, of course. The advantage of an internal scope is that you won’t have to worry about looking through a scope eyepiece to see the target. The disadvantage of an internal scope is that it will be harder to see in the dark. The best option is to run an external scope, either on a scope base or with an allotted eye-level. The advantage of an eye-level scope is that you can see the target much more clearly. The disadvantage of an eye-level scope is that you will likely have a much harder time focusing when aiming. This is likely why most people choose an internal scope.
For the most part, we’re thrilled with the response to our products and are excited about what’s to come. However, in the months ahead, we’re also adding questions, answers, and recommendations on a daily basis. If you have a question or two you’d like to see answered, drop us a line at [email protected], and we’ll do our best to get it answered. And, as always, happy golfing!