[font="Roboto Condensed", sans-serif]PORTER-CABLE PC560 QUIK JIG POCKET HOLE JOINERY SYSTEM  -  [/font]
Currently, a few on eBay, asking as much as $200. Buy mine, instead. I do not have the original box, but it comes with everything as it did from the factory. Drill bit, two square drive 
bits to put the screws in and factory manual. There are no pocket hole screws included, but I do have several hundred 1 1/2" coarse thread screws if you need some just ask.
Asking $110 shipped to you (CONUS). $100 if you are local.

[font="Roboto Condensed", sans-serif][font="Roboto Condensed", sans-serif]Here is an excellent article describing and reviewing the jig  --  https://www.protoolreviews.com/porter-ca...ry-system/[/font][/font]

Here is an excerpt, but the whole thing is in depth and worth reading. 

Right out of the box, the Porter-Cable PC560 Quik Jig Pocket Hole Joinery System sets itself apart from other pocket hole jig systems.  

For starters, the jig is large and hefty, without being too bulky or cumbersome, and is built primarily of aluminum with steel and ABS plastic accessories.  

The jig contains on board storage for the included pocket hole drill bit and depth stop along with two square drive bits of different lengths.  

Also included in the box is an assortment of screws, a hex wrench for setting the depth stop on the cutting bit, and a locking-plier (vice-grip type) 

clamp for holding two workpieces flush when screwing them together.

The Porter-Cable PC560 Quik Jig itself features mounting screw holes on the bottom and the front edge so that the tool can be mounted in either the standard vertical or the horizontal “flatback” position (best used for very long workpieces).  The workpieces are held 1-1/2 inches above the table, in either position, so a standard 2×4 works perfectly to support longer workpieces.

The grooved aluminum face keeps the work from sliding, and the clamping mechanism holds the work securely while allowing the operator to easily adjust the Porter-Cable PC560 Quik Jig to hold pieces ranging from 1/2 to 1-1/2 inches in thickness.  An automatically adjusting drill depth guide is integrated within the clamping mechanism, meaning the operator can switch between different material thicknesses without adjusting the collar on the drill bit.  For drilling multiple pieces of the same thickness, the jig features a repeat handle, allowing the operator to swap workpieces with the flick of a finger.

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