Milwaukee 49-20-0001 Collated Magazine

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Milwaukee 49-20-0001 Collated Magazine

The Milwaukee Collated Magazine was designed to work with the M18 FUEL Drywall Screw Gun to increase productivity. It feeds screw strips smoothly and has a tapered nose cone to fit into compact spaces. The screw depth adjustment is flushed so that it is not accidentally adjusted. The screw length adjustment works with screws up to 2 in. and all major brands. The Auto Start Mode on the M18 FUEL Drywall Screw Gun continues to work with the attachment while reducing noise between screws and providing three times longer life.
  • Screw Length Adjustment: Allows for easy adjustment and is compatible with all major brands of screws up to 2 in.
  • Tapered Nose Design: Provides closer access to tight corners
  • Screw Depth Adjustment: Easy screw depth adjustment that is flush to the top of the magazine to reduce accidental actuation
  • Strip Insert Guide: Designed to feed screw strips smoothly
  • Dedicated solution for the 2866 M18 FUEL Drywall Screw Gun
What’s Included:
  • Collator
  • (2) PR2 Bit
  • Bumper
9.19 in.
1.95 in.
4.52 in.
0.98 lbs.

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Works just as well as or better than others
It does take a calibration period to get it to drive straight and to the correct depth. The calibration period is for both the tool and the user.

Man it works fast and feels good when it drives true. I can get it to work consistently for long periods but I will throw a screw every now and then as is always the case when I was use collated screws. I believe it's because I'm not putting even pressure on it. Which is especially hard to do when your moving it all around the wall.

It's not possible to drive screws straight any closer than about 1" to the edge due to the shape of it. If ever you feel you need to do that you'll need to have another drill handy or switch the head back to the cone for those applications.

I had to watch a video to see how to correctly install it because the manual is vague in that regard. If it's set up incorrectly it will not work correctly.

My biggest issue is that I can't find the replacement Phillips bits anywhere. I see model# 48-30-1000 in the manual but that item doesn't exist on the site, in stores, or on Amazon.

Bottom line is that it works well consistently. These type of guns are difficult to use in general but this is just as good as any I've used. Better than most even.
August 27, 2019
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Easy To Use
Not Durable
Best Uses
Home Repair
Depth gauge changes on it's own. What a piece of junk.
This thing worked decent for about the first 20 screws. Then the depth gauge started to adjust on it's own. For a hundred bucks Milwaukee should be ashamed of themselves for making such a poor quality attachment. If this was 20 bucks which is probably closer to the price point it should be at, nobody would expect something too quality. A buddy bought one as well and his does the exact same thing and it seems to be the consensus. DO NOT BUY THIS PIECE OF GARBAGE UNTIL MILWAUKEE FIXES IT.
March 19, 2019
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Can't get the screws to load properly
Tried my best to use the product for a couple of days. The screws did not feed properly. They were coming a hair short of where they needed to come for the screwdriver to drive them. To use the gun with collated screws, I need to put slight pressure between the driver and wall, then pull the plastic collated strip until I feel it click into place, then drive the screw. I can't figure out a way to make it work.
December 24, 2018
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Easy To Use
Best Uses
Frequent Use
Large Projects
Great tool
My Brother bought one of these earlier this year after someone ran a screw through the cord on his old Ridgid screw gun after having to finish hanging 15sheets of 4x10’ drywall 6 of them being on the ceiling with loose screws I have to say this thing is awesome! It is way faster!
Compared to his Ridgid this tool has smoother operation,less jams and is a lot easier to change screw length not to mention NO CORD FOR THE NEW GUYS TO RUN SCREWS THROUGH!! (Don’t ask how he did it)
Just bought my own so we would have two on each job to make things faster and easier.
Also bought the drywall cut out tool love that thing!
September 25, 2018
over 2 years ago
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Needs to be improved.
Can't screw into internals, can't screw around metal and ally door frames. It's great on a straight run. And depth changes on it's own causing it to jam.
August 1, 2018
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Does this connect to all Milwaukee drills?
A shopper on Dec 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The Milwaukee Collated Magazine was designed to work with the M18 FUEL Drywall Screw Gun.
Where can I find replacement drivers for this?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: You will have to have to contact Milwaukee directly and the agent will provide you with the information. The number to reach Milwaukee is 1-800-729-3878.