Put In Work With This Revolver Semi-Automatic Gun Screwdriver

From WORX. Is it revolver?  Is it A semi-auto?  It’s BOTH, and it’s a screwdriver:

You pull the slide back to change bits which are held in 2 revolver-type cylinders.

Electric screwdrivers have a history of pissing me off so forgive me if I’m skeptical of how well this thing will actually work.  If I get word that it does work well, I might get one and hold it sideways while unscrewing everything I can find, because I’m cool like that.

Available for $50 on Amazon

I hope someone modifies it to shoot the bits.


Hat tip: Kev, Les


6 responses to “Put In Work With This Revolver Semi-Automatic Gun Screwdriver”

  1. i predict red jacket tries to make one of these fo reals.

  2. Am I the only one who doesn’t see a trigger? Doesn’t an electric screwdriver need a trigger?

    1. ENDO-Mike Avatar

      I’m assuming you just squeeze the grip.

    2. it has a trigger switch.
      see on the front of the grip where it tapers out toward the top? that big tapered part is the trigger.

  3. It looks retarded and highly underpowered.

    I’ve been using one of these for a few years now: http://www.milwaukeetool.com/tools/cordless-tools/drilling-and-fastening/impact-drivers/m12-cordless-lithium-ion-1-4-inch-hex-impact-driver/2450-22

    In my experience, anything less than that is underpowered for most jobs, and anything beefier is too large/heavy/unwieldy to be practical most of the time, especially when working at height on a ladder or in a bucket.