Jon Warta

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  1. Is it worth picking up a few of there tools or should I invest in the Milwaukee line of tools? I am a pretty active hobbyist and use drills almost daily, I have been using a $30 black and decker for the past 2 years so clearly pretty much anything will work but is it better to go with Milwaukee? -Jon
  2. Does anybody have any experience with the ryobi one+ system? Is it any good? There are a lot of tools in that line up and they are pretty economical, of course with cheaper price generally comes lesser quality but it doesn't look that bad. I am looking at the drill and impact driver by the way. -Jon
  3. Does anybody have any experience with the ryobi one+ system? Is it any good? There are a lot tools in that line up and they are pretty economical, of course with cheaper price generally comes lesser quality but it doesn't look that bad. -Jon
  4. As the title pretty much states: isbrushless really that big of a deal in drills and impacts? Is it really worth the extra money? -Jon
  5. I have been woodworking for 2 years now and I want to start making and selling my work. Does anybody have any suggestions on what to make and sell, what are some things that are a guaranteed sell. Also where do I sell my work? And how do you come up with the pricing, thanks. -Jon
  6. I am in the market for a drill or impact driver. I would like to start selling my work and I have been using my dad's drills for the past 2 years I have been woodworking so I would like to get my own now. I am looking at the either the 12V Bosch drill or the matching impact, my budget is about $150 so I could only get one now and get the other One later. Here is what I want to know: is an impact driver even necessary or should I just get the drill. Even further, is getting a Bosch even necessary, or should I just get two black and deckers, one for screws and one for drilling. If there is a bet