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With Kreg’s new Micro Pocket Drill Guide, you can fit two pocket holes on a board as little as 1″ wide and 1/2″ thick. The pluggable holes it creates are 25% smaller than standard pocket holes, allowing you to use shorter 3/4″ pan head screws.

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If you own a Kreg Jig or Kreg Jig Master system, the Micro Pocket Drill Guide is fully compatible. They color the jig black so you can quickly differentiate it from the standard blue guides.

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Included with the Micro Pocket Drill Guide are the 19/64″ Micro Pocket Drill Bit, Micro Pocket Depth Collar, and a few of the smaller pocket screws to get started. The kit usually retails for $50, but right now the only place we can find selling it is Highland Woodworking — they are offering it for $45 plus $9 shipping.

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Micro Pocket Drill Guide [Kreg]
Micro Pocket Drill Guide [Highland Woodworking]

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