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Best Masonry Drill Bit Sets

Updated December 2018
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    Masonry bits are common for use on hammer drills when making holes into bricks, stone, concrete, and other semi-fragile materials. Compared to regular drill bits, masonry versions have a flattened tip to ease its way into the surface of the material. Like other drill bits, however, these come in different materials that will affect their longevity and durability. Tungsten carbide bits are the best for professional use where a quality drill bit set can last a long time. Hexagonal shanks are common to keep the drill bit from slipping when dealing with harder masonry materials. Make sure the kit comes with the sizes you need.

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