Jobber Drill, Aircraft, #54, Co, 135 Deg
Average Rating: 5
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Point Type||Conventional Point|
|Drill Point (Deg.)||135|
|Flute Length (In.)||7/8|
|Overall Length (In.)||1-7/8|
|Shank Dia. (In.)||0.0550|
|Application||For Alloy, Stainless And Tool Steels And Titanium|
|Meets/Exceeds||National Aerospace Standards (NAS) 907, Type J|
- List# 550, 2550, and 550TA drills meet/exceed National Aerospace Standards 907, Type J. List# 550ASP drills meet/exceed National Aerospace Standards 907, Type B and have a thinner web for hand/portable drilling. List# 3780 drills have a shorter flute length and extra-heavy web for rigid aircraft maintenance applications and a fast 40 helix for chip removal.
- Split point
Average Product Rating: 5based on 1 reviews
Replacing pinned in S&W front revolver sightThursday, July 14, 2011
If you want to replace the pinned in front sight on a S&W revolver, this is the drill to use. Just go slow in drilling the hole in replacement front sight. I suggest a little lube on drill. I used Marvels Mystery oil. I duct taped the sight in place while drilling. Good price for high quality drill, that is hard to locate, esp if want one or limit number of drills. Great service from drillspot as always.
Quality, price, ability to buy one or a few.
For my purpose just right