Model # 0300-20

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Milwaukee 1/2 in. 850 RPM Magnum Drill
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Milwaukee

1/2 in. 850 RPM Magnum Drill

  • Powerful 8 Amp motor
  • Variable speed trigger
  • Heavy duty 1/2 in. keyed chuck
$126.09 /each

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This powerful Milwaukee 8 amp 1/2 in. drill delivers up to 850 RPM with variable speeds and a reverse direction option. Its all-metal gear case and diaphragm protect the tool and help to give it longevity. For comfort and stability throughout extended use, this drill has an ergonomic tactile grip.

  • Includes one 1/2 in. magnum drill and one keyed chuck
  • Heavy duty keyed chuck for strong gripping to keep the bit in place
  • 360-degree locking side handle for maximum maneuverability and control
  • 8 ft. 3-wire fixed rubber cord for extended reach
  • 2-finger trigger for added user comfort and balance
  • Lightweight design, enabling you to easily carry it around to different job sites
  • Durable red clamshell housing
  • CSA, ETL and UL listed
  • 5-year limited manufacturer warranty
  • The Milwaukee 0300-20 is CSA, ETL and UL listed
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Does the Milwaukee 1/2 in. 850 RPM Magnum Drill (Model # 0300-20) come with a hard case included in price?

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Does this product come with a hard case for storage and carrying?
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No, it does not come with any sort of case.
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It does not come with a case but is my understanding that one is available on the Milwaukee web site for about $30.00
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No it does not.
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No case.
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April 16, 2013
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The 0300-20 Milwaukee® 1/2" Magnum® Drill, 0-850 RPM does not include a hard case.
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MADE IN THE USA

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What Milwaukee Drill Models are MADE IN THE USA?
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Milwaukee Tool responded (below): The 0300-20 Milwaukee® 1/2" 850 RPM Magnum® Drill is not made in the USA. "Although we are one of the only power tool manufacturers to manufacture power tools in the USA", So, what power tools do they manufacture in the USA??
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I had to look sharp to find it but it is made in China. That being said it is still a heavy duty workhorse.
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None. Milwaukee tools are made by TTI. However the design and QC aspects remain in the US and are tightly controlled.
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Where is the Milwaukee 1/2 in. 850 RPM Magnum Drill made?

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It's made in China but it's well made.
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This drill is now made in China.
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The 0300-20 Milwaukee® 1/2" 850 RPM Magnum® Drill is not made in the USA. Although we are one of the only power tool manufacturers to manufacture power tools in the USA, this particular drill is manufactured in Milwaukee’s China facility. We have manufacturing facilities throughout the world; the United States, Asia and Europe. Our global design center is located in Brookfield, Wisconsin, USA. All of our Read More
The 0300-20 Milwaukee® 1/2" 850 RPM Magnum® Drill is not made in the USA. Although we are one of the only power tool manufacturers to manufacture power tools in the USA, this particular drill is manufactured in Milwaukee’s China facility. We have manufacturing facilities throughout the world; the United States, Asia and Europe. Our global design center is located in Brookfield, Wisconsin, USA. All of our manufacturing facilities throughout the world adhere to the same strict standards of quality and manufacture products designed to uphold the Nothing but Heavy Duty badge. Read Less
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How much does this drill weigh?

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This drill weighs 5.40 pounds.
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This drill weighs 5.4 pounds.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Happy with choice Only drawback to this drill is the lack of a case. Very solid feel for a smaller drill, lots of power. Should work well for most household needs. July 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't waste your money! The drill has enough power to get the job done. However, the one I bought has the same problem as other people have reported here, in that the screw inside the chuck came loose and caused problems with tightening and loosening the chuck. This happened after only two days of light use. GARBAGE! I don't have the proper tool to tighten this, and why should I have be repairing something I just bought. So I will return it and look for a drill elsewhere. This really wasted my time when I was trying to get a project done. March 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Replacement for a 25 Year Old Drill!! I had an old 25 YO Sears 1/2" drill that finally gave out. I was so happy to find this one on sale. It is light and has worked well in just the few weeks I have had it. Very light and easy to use and all angles. December 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The best power tool ever made If you buy only one drill your entire life, this could and should be the one. There is no better drill currently made. I have 2 of these. One is almost older than I am and was used in a machine shop daily for over 20 years. This model is actually better than the 8amp version. It's a little slow but it stops for nothing. This drill will tear your arm off before it gives up. There are warnings as such on the drill and they should be followed. This thing is a tank, plain and simple. The design hasn't really changed since it was introduced. No matter what you are drilling, this drill will not let you down. September 19, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great drill I purchased this drill to drive 2 screw jacks for lifting cars. 850 RPM is a perfect speed and it has plenty of power for this task. The long trigger is comfortable and very adjustable. It fits my hands very well and the top of the drill has a grove for your fingers should you need to push into your work. The offset handle has positive detents to keep it from spinning which is a good thing, given the amount of torque this drill developes. It feels well made and I am pleased with the purchase. Would have been happier if it was made in USA. July 22, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Chuck screw broke the first time i reversed it I used this for boring mortices into oak, which i was previously doing with a much-less powerful dewalt drill. The first time I put it into reverse, the whole chuck head came off and I realized that the torque screw (not sure exactly what it's called) had broken. I called the milwaukee service folks and he told me that i was putting it in a high-torque application for which it was not designed. Well, I couldn't believe this as I was simply backing out an auger bit. I went with a Dewalt with the same rpm's and haven't had a problem with it yet. December 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Drill this drill was purchased to give us the larger chuck size and to be able to have more power to drill into any product we needed to. We had to extend our trailer to accommodate larger sizes, and this drill drilled into and thru 3/4 inch green treated plywood and thru 1/4" steel like it could do it all day. Only problem was breaking drill bits, but that can be contributed to operator error. July 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent torque and power. great drill but due to weight, when using it to as a screwdriver I keep depressing the trigger while trying to keep it raised, then I have to wait for it to stop spinning before I can start driving the screws. November 11, 2014
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