You’re referencing a very entry level “impact driver” that is very different from the “impact gun” everyone else is referencing.The thing i dont like about my Mil impact (The small one you use for drywall screws and such) is, if you slowly tighten a screw in with it, without "impacting" it, just barely pressing the trigger...when the screw stops, and you press more it will not turn the screw. You have to release then re-press it.
My neighbors milwalkie doesnt do that...it works normally. Mine is brand new. Im thinking there are several different milwalkie small impacts, and mine is one of the home depot models that sucks.