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    Who DOESN'T knock out this roll pin in the trigger?

    Anybody actually leave this "safety" in tact?



    My old straight one didn't even have a safety at all...

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    Re: Who DOESN'T knock out this roll pin in the trigger?

    We don't at work, but uncle sam is anal about safty stuff.

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    Re: Who DOESN'T knock out this roll pin in the trigger?

    OOOF !! I think that the I/R grinder I was loooking for! IS that REALLY controllable for RPM?

    I keep the safetys on them. I had one without , and boy , you should see them scoot across the bench and hit your , eh, hmmm, (guess) at a very inopportune time. There are still marks on the wall where I threw it!
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    Re: Who DOESN'T knock out this roll pin in the trigger?

    Awright.... I'll keep it on... And yes it is variable speed.

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    Re: Who DOESN'T knock out this roll pin in the trigger?

    How much was it, and where did ya get it???
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    Re: Who DOESN'T knock out this roll pin in the trigger?

    I don't remember where I found it, but here's a good price on it. I think I paid about $120.

    http://www.tooldiscounter.com/ItemDi...okup=IRAIR3102

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    Re: Who DOESN'T knock out this roll pin in the trigger?

    Froogle says that's the best price...

    http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=...&lmode=unknown

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    Re: Who DOESN'T knock out this roll pin in the trigger?

    I have one with and one without that pin. I really have gotten so use to the one with the lock that I don't even notice it anymore. It was a PITA at first but I got used to it.

    It's not like the thing is going to run off the workbench when you set it down so I don't see the need for the "safety" on this particular tool. Maybe it's a LSR (law suit reaction).

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    Re: Who DOESN'T knock out this roll pin in the trigger?

    Mine went off the table when I set(tossed) it down. Landed on the trigger, and away she went, INTO MY LAP!!
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    Re: Who DOESN'T knock out this roll pin in the trigger?

    I have 2 straight and 3 angled d/g's ......none of them have the safeties intact anymore. I found them to be a PITA when wearing gloves.

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