Sure. But be aware that usually due to the cost of separate individual packaging and marketing and other things that add cost; the individual drill bits get an up-charge that makes them more expensive on an individual basis.
The question is really whether or not that's a pertinent question! While the Tek4 does have "gun" handle for safety and for added leverage capability over the hand tool, it only provides 4-Volts-EMF which would appear to be sufficient power in some situations but not all ... hence the Tek4's classification as a screwdriver and not a drill/driver. (It is not designed for drilling but can so serve, without user expectations, in a pinch!) So give it a try, and Good Luck!)
they will snap off or they will just spin in the shank
First, are you a Mr. Ryobi imposter or has Ryobi come to say its so-called "quick change" chuck (whatever that means) is defective. There is no way for a drill chuck, no matter how quickly chucked, to "make" a bit wobble, unless the chuck is also wobbling due to faulty mounting or built in defect. So, can you describe what you mean by bit wobble in greater detail? Mr. Ryobi, please?
If that BOSCH number is a drill motor with a chuck or a 1/4” hex adapter - they work just fine.
So your question is 2 + years old; and I’m hoping you’ve noticed in the intervening interval the drill bit range is sizes Is listed on the package. Just saying. It’s there if you look.
They are returnable within 90 days. I've had this set for years and they still perform well. They are very well made.
1/16 5/64 3/32 7/64 1/8 x2 9/64 5/32 11/64 3/16 13/64 7/32 15/64 1/4 5/16 3/8
Thank you Cynthia for your inquiry. The AR2074G set, has an array of lengths depending on the bit being used. ~best regards, Ashley