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  Brad point
  Posted by: Steve_in_Idaho on Oct-18-13 11:54 PM (EST)
 

Definitely not the spade bit. They are notorious for producing out-of-round holes. The Forstner would be okay, as would standard twist bits - but brad points are best. They tend to not wander, and make nice clean holes. Hold a sacrificial block behind each hole as you drill through for best results.

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