I've had mine for years and the packaging is long gone. There isn't anything about it that requires an impact driver. Since most 1/4" powered drivers are Impact Drivers, I'm guessing they're using the term generically. In fact, any impact action will likely cause problems, as it will be directed 90 degrees away from where you're driving.
Wd-40 and channel locks/vice grips
Not that I'm aware of. You'd need a physical connection between the adapter and your driver. Maybe Duct Tape???
While there is nothing on it that says you can, I would use mine for it with no question. You can use your impact with it, or use it with a drill. If you have one of those drills that has a rotary hammer function, you would lose that function when using this, since that function uses a forward impact. However, this right angle tool is made for use with impact drivers and I think it would hold up ok drilling brick or blocks. It is very heavy for its size and made very well. I love mine. Also, the masonry bit would need a 1/4" hex shaft to work with this tool.
I'm sure it will attach, but the 'impact' part won't transfer well to the right angle tip. If you're just wanting to drive something, it should work.
there are multiple extensions available.from almost all of the major manufactures. even swivels, but if your going from drill to adapter you,ll need 1/4" male hex on one end and a 1/4" female on the other. .It all just depends on what your trying to accomplish. Good luck
only if it has a 1/4 hex head shaft or adapter
Just reverse your screw gun like normal.
Just pull it out - it's is held in magnetically.