Q: Have you ever heard of a plug cutter that drills a pilot hole for the screw, a countersink for the screwhead, and a plug hole at the same time?
I am installing random width, and this plug cutter also has a built in stop to not drill the plug to deep. My father said he used to use one all the time, yet I cannot find one.
A: I’m quite sure I have some counter sink bits somewhere around here that also have “stops” so you can pre set the depth. I also have a few different sizes of plug cutters to cut my own plugs, but they are a separate item. I think I bought all these at Canadian Tire. You might want to try a company called Atlas Equipment.
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