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I will post a power tool here this time, and I will do a short series of these if things work out. Since most people will have a quick look and know in gereral what it is. How ever this "What is it?" will work a bit differently so make sure you read the rest of the post so you can answer the questions I'm asking............

For 200 points you need to answer these four questions correctly and be the first one to do so.
1) What manufactures label is under the blue tape?
2) What is the correct name of this tool (the company that sells it calls it.....)?
3) What reasons would one have to own one of these?
4) Why do you think this tool is made by who you said it was in question 1?

Now read the questions again, look at the picture, have a go at the answers.

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(1)= Looks Like a Milwaukee
(2)= Close Quarter Drill
Model #H-7070 3/8" -0 to 750 rpm. also in 1/2" model # H-7071,0 to 1300 rpm
120 volts 3.5amp., Variable Speed on both models
Grizzly sells the tool for it 160.oo and 180.oo
(3) = What reasons would one have to own one of these?=The tool name tells it all, Close Quarter Drill.
(4)=see (1)



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This one may be a guess as I don't own one but have used its cousin which is very similar.

Looks to me as it might be a Milwaukee 3/8" or 1/2" close quarter drill use for drilling and or screwing in tight & hard to get at places and is made by Milwaukee Electric Tool Co.

Its cousin is the 90 degree angle drill, which worked fine for me.

I think its a Milwaukee, mainly because it is a red tool which I have associated with 2 companies over the years, one being Milwaukee and the other Hiliti ( which I know it is not).

I have used these tools for drilling anchors into walls while inside a 6" light valence, so you need a tool that will drill & screw sideways and comes in real handy while working behind inmovable objects and small in spaces.

I just checked Milwaukee website and found this, so I'm more than 99.9% sure I am right on this.
http://www.milwaukeeconnect.com/weba...40_189333_362#

Hope I have answered all parts of your question.

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Dang!!

Too long winded on my answers!!

I'll have to be a little faster out of the gate next time, Bobj3 is pretty fast on the draw!!

Oh well!!

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Looks like a Sioux brand to me......

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(1)= Looks Like a Milwaukee
(2)= Close Quarter Drill
Model #H-7070 3/8" -0 to 750 rpm. also in 1/2" model # H-7071,0 to 1300 rpm
120 volts 3.5amp., Variable Speed on both models
Grizzly sells the tool for it 160.oo and 180.oo
(3) = What reasons would one have to own one of these?=The tool name tells it all, Close Quarter Drill.
(4)=see (1)
RIGHT!

This one is the 3/8" one and as far as price I got it for a bargin back in Oct.:
http://www.routerforums.com/showthread.php?t=1656

It has already come in handy for a couple of jobs and was a good addition to my tool collection. I have also seen this used by woodturners to finsh bowls.... unlimited uses I'm sure.

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