I've owned a Craftsman cordless right-angle drill for years, but every time I've used it I've thought of throwing it into the trash can. The reason is that the drill keeps getting loose, and I have to stop to re-tighten the chuck. I've finally decided to get a drill that has fixed that particular problem, but the first place I checked, Ryobi, told me that they have nothing special for that problem. Now, it could be that their chucks never loosen, or it could be that if I bought one I would encounter the same problem i've had with my Craftsman. I'm not willing to take that gamble. So, my question is, Do Rigid drills have some kind of positive-chuck-locks? Also, I'm wondering if drill technology has advanced to the point where MOST drills now have this feature.
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