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A friend is having a clear-out so gave me some Intal and Dormer drill bits some left handed.

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I've still got several packs of Dormer Jobber bits in my garage that I use with my pillar drill, I rarely have to sharpen them.
 
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I've still got several packs of Dormer Jobber bits in my garage that I use with my pillar drill, I rarely have to sharpen them.
Hmmmm on the list of tools to buy but don't want a cheap and nasty one, would prefer an older setup.
 
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The ones I used when on site where Roebuck, the plastic cases always came in handy for keeping various bits in.
 

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