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  • A Nice Little Craftsman Drill

    Pictures tell more than words so please just have a look. I wish they made them like this one today. This is not mine. Well not yet anyway. It's listed on eBay. Got ya. hahaha
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    Last edited by Woussko; 03-11-2009, 12:49 AM.

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    Re: A Nice Little Craftsman Drill

    That looks like a Millers Falls

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      For it's time it was a nice little drill and if you had one you were doing okay. When I started at the Telephone Co. all we had were Yankee drills (hand powered) and they were fine. How spoiled we have become! Last year I got rid of two Milwaukee hole shooters 3/8th and 1/2", I just don't need corded tools like that and it's due to the technology and convenience. We have discussed this several times before but the younger guys can't appreciate what it was like to cut 2x4's with a hand saw, and how many of us use screw drivers to drive long screws into wood? My arm hurts 40 years later. I'll say thank you to that little drill for all the work it did, and I'm sorry I outgrew you.

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        Re: A Nice Little Craftsman Drill

        http://www.owwm.com/mfgindex/detail.aspx?id=1954

        A bit more on the history of this drill.

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