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Pilot Point Drill Bit, Cobalt, 1/2 In
- Item # 1TFR6
- Mfr. Model # DW1232
- UNSPSC # 20111614
- Catalog Page # 993
- Shipping Weight 0.26 lbs.
- ItemPilot Point Drill Bit
- Size (In.)1/2
- Decimal Size (In.)0.5000
- Drilling Depth (In.)4-1/2
- Overall Length (In.)6
- FinishGold Ferrous Oxide
- Features135 Deg Split Point
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