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$2497
  • Single drill guide portable jig for creating pocket-hole joints
  • Material thickness stops for 1/2", 3/4", 1 1/2"
  • For indoor and outdoor projects, household repairs
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The Kreg-pocket-Hole Jig 310 makes it easier than ever to build DIY wood projects whether your building your first DIY project, or you've been working with wood for years. The-pocket-Hole Jig 310 features a hardened-steel drill guide and thickness stops for 1/2 in., 3/4 in., 1 1/2 in. material that give the versatility you need to build with boards and plywood found in home centers. The included material-thickness gauge and easy-set drill bit make setup simple and the anti-slip base holds the jig precisely in position while you drill perfectly-positioned-pocket holes every time. Durable construction and a lifetime drill-guide warranty ensure that the Kreg-pocket-Hole Jig 310 will deliver years of project-building and home-repair satisfaction and value you expect from the #1-pocket-hole brandKreg.
  • Portable jig for creating pocket-hole joints
  • Simple to set up and easy to use with material-thickness stops for common DIY materials: 1/2 in., 3/4 in., 1-1/2 in.
  • Durable construction to last for years, with lifetime drill-guide warranty
  • Versatile design for building indoor and outdoor projects and for making household repairs
  • Convenient anti-slip base to hold jig securely in place while drilling
  • Foolproof setup with a material-thickness gauge, positive stops and easy-set drill bit and stop collar
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Questions & Answers

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Q:Hi, Can I remove the material thickness stop and use it on a material thicker piece of wood more than 11/2"?
by|May 9, 2022
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A:  Thanks for the question. You can remove the material thickness stop side of the jig for repair applications and tight spaces. However, the thickest material we suggest using the system on is 1 1/2".

by|May 10, 2022
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    Q:I’m trying to build a floor/stage with 3/4” maple hardwood which pocket hole jig should I get, an...
    by|Dec 14, 2020
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    A:  Sounds like you need to use dowel pins or biscuit joints

    by|May 3, 2021

    A:  I am assuming that the maple is not tongue and groove, and what you want to accomplish is not tying the deck to the frame. To tie the deck boards together I would recommend the $100 jig kit with the workpiece clamp. This would greatly speed the drilling of sufficient holes to stiffen the deck between supports.

    by|Dec 17, 2020

    A:  I wouldn’t recommend using pocket screws for a plywood stage floor, if you’re using flooring then use a floor nailer with the T nails. Check YouTube for hard wood flooring install

    by|Dec 23, 2021

      A:  Thanks for the question. The Kreg Jig K4, R3 and 320 will work with 3/4" material. To join 3/4" material you will want to use the 1 1/4" screws.

      by|Dec 16, 2020

        A:  From your question, I conclude that you are installing a maple floor and don't want the fasteners to show. I'm hoping the maple hardwood is tongue & groove. You don't normally use a pocket hole jig to install flooring. Instead you use Floor Nailers and nail the boards on the tongue side. The Floor Nailers are designed to drive a flooring nail on an angle to serve 2 purposes: to hide the nail head and to drive the board tight into the previous flooring board. Home Depot sells several different brands of Floor Nailers for a range of prices. Some are manual where you wack it hard with a rubber mallet and some use compressed air. The compressed air are more reliable. Your arm will get tired very quickly when using a mallet - I know from experience. You could also rent this tool - some Home Depot stores will rent tools.

        by|Dec 17, 2020
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        Q:Is this the only thing I need to make the holed
        by|Jul 12, 2020
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        A:  One must have a clamp to hold the jig in place. For easy installations a standard C-clamp works but in a limited space application I fabricated a clamp to screw into the riser to hold it in place

        by|Sep 2, 2020

        A:  Just use a C clamp to hold Jig in place after locating and setting Jig. Easy read scale for how far back to set the Jig from edge. Very sharp Drill and very accurate Jig. I used biscuits to hold sections together but clamps would work fine.

        by|Jul 22, 2020

        A:  The Kreg Jig 310 will come with everything you need other than a drill to make the pocket-holes and drive the screws.

        by|Feb 18, 2021

          A:  You also need an electric drill and a C-clamp to hold it in place.

          by|Sep 2, 2020

          A:  You will also need a power drill, and you may appreciate some clamps, but otherwise this is what you need to drill a single pocket hole.

          by|Jul 13, 2020
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          Q:Will this work on a 4x4?
          by|Jun 9, 2020
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          A:  Thanks for the question. The Kreg Jig 310 is designed to work with material thicknesses from 1/2" to 1 1/2".

          by|Jun 14, 2020

            A:  Yes it will. For pocket screws.

            by|Jan 16, 2021

            A:  From the on-line manual: •Works with materials from ½" to 1½" thick Using it on a 4 x 4 from one side is just going to allow screws to grab the outer 3/4". Seems a little easy to tip/rip apart, like toenailing a joist from one side. If you use the jig to drill two sets of holes on opposite sides, and then screw both ways it might work.

            by|Jun 13, 2020

            A:  It will work on a 4x4, but the slot will not be very deep into the post.

            by|Jul 7, 2020

              A:  It requires a clamp to hold in place, so it will work if you have a proper clamp or fabricate a device to hold it in place.

              by|Sep 2, 2020
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              Customer Reviews

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              Disappointing
              Bit broke while drilling hole 20. Initially it worked well. Would recommend this product if the bit hadn't broke. The jig seems to be good quality, but apparently the bit is really fragile. If it would of lasted it would of been a great value. Very disappointing.
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                poor quality
                drill bit broke after 1 day of use, after drilling less than 50 times.
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                  A handy tool that can save your pocket mony.
                  This tool has helped me with assembling my build without worrying about its structural integrity.
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                  I had been thinking about getting a jig like this...
                  I had been thinking about getting a jig like this for a couple of years, but the larger version was too expensive for my infrequent woodworking projects. I was excited to try this version of the Kreg with a box of pocket hole screws. This made my projects so much easier! I love that it made it possible to hide most of the hardware on my most recent projects: shelves for the laundry room and a doll bunk bed for my daughters' closet.
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                  drill bit broke on first try
                  I purchased Kreg given the reputation it has of making durable study tools. But the drill bit broke down the first time I tried it, and also I saw small fragments of the plastic chipping off.Of course I expect a replacement or a refund. But what is most upsetting is that I could not get my project completed in time.
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                    Pocket hole jig is good for assembling two pieces of wood together.
                    Pocket hole jig is good for assembling two pieces of wood together.
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                    I love all Kreg's jigs!
                    I love all Kreg's jigs!
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                    I tend to use biscuits rather than pocket screws for my woodworking projects, but on occasion I h...
                    I tend to use biscuits rather than pocket screws for my woodworking projects, but on occasion I have a need for using a screw for some situations. I therefore wanted some limited ability for drilling pocket screw holes. This unit fits my needs. You can adjust the tool for 1/2, 3/4, and 3/2 inch depth of wood which is done rather easily, and even includes a gauge/key that lets you measure the stock quickly. You can also add additional tools and have them join together so you can make evenly spaced pairs of holes. For my limited use this will be great, though I don't see any robustness issues that would prevent someone using these more regularly.
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                    • Recommended
                    Everything you need but the clamp, but who doesn’t have a clamp they can use? I like that the bit is marked where to put the collar for each size, 1/2 in, 3/4 in and 1-1/2 in. Takes all the guess work out of it. It’s nice that they combined the material thickness gauge/allen wrench into one tool. The jig has an adjustable stopping index built in so you position it the correct distance from the edge. By using this jig, you don’t have to worry about splitting the wood when screwing the screw in once you’ve predrilled your hole. It’s best if you clamp it to hold the jig in place. For now, I’m just using an old clamp wood clamp but I may splurge and purchase the “KHC-1410 or KHC6 Kreg Clamp” in the future. If you want to do 2 evenly spaced holes at the same time, look at the KPHJ320. I only wish it came in its own carrying case.
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                    I have several other pocket hole jigs, I prefer them over this one for the simple fact that this...
                    I have several other pocket hole jigs, I prefer them over this one for the simple fact that this one is too brittle. After one use the tab on the bottom broke, maybe I clamped it too hard, so it does not lock in place when I set the width. Aside from that includes new drill bit with the widths etched in and a hole in the collar bit to see them. This allows you to easily set the width without the need for another piece of equipment. I have the portable small rectangle jig and if you have that one already there really is no need to get this one aside from the new drill bit. I would not recommend this kit.
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