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3102-6 Model Code: AC (part# 3102-6) Features: -Trigger speed control.-Locks tight at any position.-Chuck remover bar.-Steel hardened shaft.-Head and handle swivel 360.-Glass reinforced handles.-All ball and roller bearings.-Helical cut, heat-treated gears.-Chuck Size: 1/2 in.-Chuck Type: Keyed.-Amps: 7.00 A.-Cutting Cap.: 1/2 in (steel) [Max].-Handle Type: D-Handle.-Type: Right Angle Drill.-Price is for 1 Kit.-Testing and approvals:.-Complies with OSHA and UL requirements. Includes: -Includes: 9/16 in. Open End Wrench, 3/16 in. Socket Wrench, Chuck Remover Bar, Side Handle, Impact Resistant Carrying Case. Specifications: -Voltage: 120.00 VAC. Dimensions: -Cord Length: 8 ft.
Old Design still strong
I have coveted a Milwaukee Plumber’s Kit for 30 years and I finally got the money to buy one. This was the epitome of toughness and strength when it came out and it hasn’t changed. However the world of power tools has. Milwaukee’s development efforts have obviously been directed at its cordless tools. Except for the plastic instead of steel case, this drill is the same as when first introduced. It is one of Milwaukee’s family of “D” handle drills. It comes with a right angle drive set up for 350 rpm; a good speed for driving big hole saws. If you want a faster speed, take the right angle drive off and turn it around. For an intermediate speed, take the right angle drive off and put the chuck directly on the drill motor. It would be nice to have a variable speed trigger. Some of the other “D” handle drills must have it because the operator’s manual clearly says so. Apparently, the Plumber’s Kit is an exception. You get 350 rpm or nothing. Brace yourself when you try to start your 5″ hole saw!
very nice unit
Very comfortable and light
Finally got one!
I had spent 6 years procrastinating, using my 18v cordless drill to drill for my wiring jobs. I borrowed my plumbers right angle drill (a beat-up Old Milwaukee)and on my way home that night I stopped at my local home improvement store and bought one. Wow what a time saver. The Old Milmaukee FEELS heavy duty. Great torque. Im sure I’ll be passing this one down some day. And this is from a Dewalt user…