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My girlfriend bought me an assortment of tools, including the craftsman drill-out...while working on my Winchester Featherweight .243 I practically broke all of them...what is Sears' warranty policy on these? Any help is greatly appreciated... Merry Christmas!
 

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My girlfriend bought me an assortment of tools, including the craftsman drill-out...while working on my Winchester Featherweight .243 I practically broke all of them...what is Sears' warranty policy on these? Any help is greatly appreciated... Merry Christmas!
If its Craftsmen I'm pretty sure you can just take it back and they'll exchange it, right? Merry Christmas
 

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well, that's the thing...turns out my girlfriend's parents used to own a Sears a while back...I asked them and they were unsure themselves...I hope they do take them back, they do with practically everything else. Hope they are considered hand tools...thanks for the reply and have a cup of eggnog on me. btw...nice rig!
 

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If its Craftsmen I'm pretty sure you can just take it back and they'll exchange it, right? Merry Christmas
for all you out there...they did not take them back because they considered them "power tools"...just for future reference....
 

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I pretty much avoid anything Craftsman/Bob Villa is selling on TV......If it sounds like a gimmick, looks like a gimmick, etc..... Buy yourself a good set of Eaze-out style bits and you can't go wrong. Snap On makes a set of them with corresponding drill bits for around $20 and they have already paid for themselves.
 

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I pretty much avoid anything Craftsman/Bob Villa is selling on TV......If it sounds like a gimmick, looks like a gimmick, etc..... Buy yourself a good set of Eaze-out style bits and you can't go wrong. Snap On makes a set of them with corresponding drill bits for around $20 and they have already paid for themselves.
no they worked...they just broke...good tip though
 
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