Drywall Screw Gun Reviews

For anyone who loves tinkering with tools and is dedicated with carpentry, finding the best tools for your what you love to do is as important as the job itself. One of the important tools needed for carpentry is the drywall screw gun.

With an uncanny resemblance to the power drill, screw guns have two types. The most common is the screw gun used for typical construction purposes in installing drywall or a sheet rock. This screw gun have as much power as 4,000 RPMs and have an interchangeable shank bit (tip) that usually measures 0.25 inches or 6 millimeters.

There are three most popular and most relied on drywall screw gun that most people purchase. The first one is the Milwaukee 6740-20 6.5 Amp Screwdriver. This screw gun boasts a powerful 6.5 amp motor in just 3.7 pounds of weight.  Despite its light weight, this will never disappoint you in terms of power. It can install dry wall with ease because of its motor strength. It can run a 0 to 2500 rpm with a variable speed control. Priced at $194, this screw gun will give you so much more for such a reasonable price. In addition, the Milwaukee 6740-20 also brags of a metal gear case, a diaphragm and a tactile grip that ensures a no-slip handle. It is safe, powerful and light weight, three essential factors that make for a perfect screw gun.

The second most reliable screw gun is the Dewalt DW272 6.3 Amp Drywall Screwdriver. This weighs at 4.1 pounds and measures 10.19 inches in length, 3.19 inches in height and 12.25 inches in width. This screw gun is built for fast, continuous sheet rock installation all in a lightweight package at just $184. It brags a range of 0 to 4,000 rpm with a depth-sensitive nosepiece that help out in its superior performance when installing drywall. In fact, the nose piece makes the extra adjustments for you instead of the other way around. It also has a pistol-grip swathed with a rubber grip design that assures a no-slip handle. The Dewalt Screwdriver is also set with a speedy 6.3 amp that ensures a dependable drywall fastening, this comfortable Dewalt screwdriver makes sure that you get the accurate results that you want to achieve.

The last but definitely not the least is the Bosch SG45M 4500 RPM Drywall Screw Gun. For its immense power at 0 to 4500 RPM, this screw gun isn’t so lightweight at 5.5 pounds compared to its other screw gun counterparts. It has a one-hand removable nose piece that preserves depth setting even if the nosepiece is removed. It also provides the opportunity to easily adjust the depth in numerous of material and spaces. It also has a super soft grip design for the hand and fingers that ensure no-slip handles.

Choosing the best drywall screw gun may be difficult but as long as you know what you want and you’ve read the advantages and disadvantages of a screw gun brand, you will get what you want.

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