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Milwaukee

Model 0302-20

Internet #100020660

8.0-Amp 1/2 in. Magnum Drill

$145.49 /each
  • Powerful 8 Amp motor
  • Variable speed trigger
  • Heavy duty 1/2 in. keyless chuck

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This powerful Milwaukee 8 amp 1/2 in. drill delivers up to 850 RPM with variable-speed control and a reverse direction option. Its all-metal gear case and diaphragm protect the drill and help extend its life. To keep you comfortable throughout extended use, this drill has an ergonomic, lightly knurled handle and tactile grip.

  • Includes one 1/2 in. magnum drill and one single-sleeve keyless chuck
  • All-metal GRIP-LOK chuck with carbide jaws for durability
  • 360-degree locking side handle for maximum maneuverability and control
  • 8 ft. 3-wire, grounded rubber QUIK-LOK 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
  • 5-year limited manufacturer warranty

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Is there an 18volt electric (with cord) drill?

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Corded drills will run on household current, ~120 volts. 18 volt will be for the battery size.
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When referencing a 18V drill, it will be a cordless tool with a 18V battery system. We do offer a variety of cordless 18V drills that offer unmatched power, run-time, and durability. The 2604-22 Milwaukee® M18™ FUEL 1/2" Hammer Drill is a great choice if you are looking for the portability of a cordless tool and the power to complete heavy duty applications. Milwaukee® M18™ cordless drills can be Read More
When referencing a 18V drill, it will be a cordless tool with a 18V battery system. We do offer a variety of cordless 18V drills that offer unmatched power, run-time, and durability. The 2604-22 Milwaukee® M18™ FUEL 1/2" Hammer Drill is a great choice if you are looking for the portability of a cordless tool and the power to complete heavy duty applications. Milwaukee® M18™ cordless drills can be purchased in store, or at HomeDepot.com. Read Less
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on spec sheet it says color next line says recondition what does this mean?

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this is on the spec sheet list
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It means this product is not refurbished.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not what it used to be.... Had original Drill lasted many years and loved it. After it finally gave up purchased this drill thinking it was same quality. The first I used it the chuck spun off. Sending it back. Guess I am buying a Dewalt instead. September 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Corded Drill Even though we have numerous cordless drills occasionally we have a need for a corded type drill, primarily when drilling through thick heavy metal at a jobsite. We purchased this drill for such an occasion and overall we are pleased with the product. It is durable in nature and appears to be well built. We have only used it a few times so far, but I expect it will last true to the brand. It is a keyed chuck, but it has a positive lock system built in. You simply tighten the chuck until you hear the click, and that is it. So far we are pleased. March 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Two Handed Super Drill I've owned this drill for over 5 years. I use my cordless for a lot of things, but some things just need corded power. I had to drill a 3/4 hole through a 1-1/2 inch piece of steel, and there was no way any of my cordless would do it. I chucked up a silver-deming bit, and had NO problem - except I was scared it would snap the bit. I have used this on a tube notcher to notch 2" .120 wall tube - goes like butter. This thing has so much torque that the side handle is a requirement. And even with it, you have to really hold it. The keyless chuck is a good design, it is still dead-on after all the use and abuse, and it really grips tight. Never had a bit slip. Only problem I have after long use is that the cord is coming apart, but Milwaukee was smart enough to make it a detachable, so all I have to do is replace the cord. May 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by powerful and easy to use The drill arrived in only a few days after ordering. It is replacing my previous Milwaukee drill that lasted 50 years when the chuck became hard to use. My new Milwaukee drill has a key-less chuck which is very easy and positive to use. The drill is a little longer than my other hand-held drills with the placement of reduction gears up-front that reduce the RPM's to the stated 1000. With the 8-amp motor, it is incredibly powerful. It also has the handy reversing switch. My previous Milwaukee drill drew only 3.5 amps and was quite sufficient. There is no need for additional power than what this newer drill has. The removable cord is also handy. I use this drill only for really demanding jobs July 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by My Favorite Drill More than 12 years ago, I got a job hanging steel security doors. The screws required a LOT of torque to sink them, so I bought this exact drill. I had to sell the drill within a year due to hard times, and regretted it until now. Now I'm adding this to my current drill collection since the job I have now requires drilling through tough stainless steel. I know the Magnum combined with a cobalt drill bit will get the job done. You will get you money's worth if you buy this Milwaukee drill, and Home Depot has the best price for the model with the keyless chuck. May 14, 2006
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what I wanted My husband was very pleased with this as it was a gift. January 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good purchase very durable drill. drill has good torque for tough jobs. very comfortable to use. October 16, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Reilability??? Bought this drill because of the great reviews and my long (35 years) history of great success with Milwaukee quality and performance. For the first time they really let me down. Drill works, but makes a clicking sound that definately should not be there. Drill has great torque, wonderful, subtle speed control, but a bit heavier than I wish for extended use. Home Depot is exchanging it and I'm hoping the new one will perform flawlessly. Without this problem, I'd have given it five stars. April 17, 2013
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