Nah, you will be able to drill it OK. Just keep the bit well lubed and cooled with oil and start with a small pilot hole and work up. The key to effective drilling is to slow down the drill. If you have a variable speed drill set it to the lowest speed and take your time. If you overspeed the bit, you will work harden the steel and make it a PITA to finish the hole. 99% of holes drilled are done too fast and the results rarely turn out as expected. So slow down, take your time, and lube liberally. then you will be just fine.
What do you mean "no Kidneys"???, WTF now I gotta drink less beer...
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