Milwaukee 0240-20 3/8-Inch Drill

  • Powerful 8.0 Amp motor (120 AC Only)
  • 0-2,800 RPM for the best combination of speed and torque
  • Perfect for metal drilling, wood drilling, and fastening applications
  • Durable all-metal gear case provides superior gear support
  • Soft-grip handle and two-finger trigger for added comfort

Product Description
8A Powerful Motor, 3/8′ Drill, 0-2,800 RPM Variable Speed Trigger For Fast Drilling In Wood & Metal, Durable All Metal Gear Case Provides Superior Gear Support In High Torque Applications, Soft Grip Handle & 2 Finger Trigger For Added Comfort…. More >>

Milwaukee 0240-20 3/8-Inch Drill

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  1. Mr. Blunt says:

    Nice review by Jesse, but as he said, the spindle is not true. Bought one locally yesterday, tested several bit styles on both it and a 15-year-old Craftsman 24-volt today and the wobble is evident on the Milwaukee. Also didn’t like the trigger as it wanted to jump to high RPM’s too easily. It’s going back…
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. Richie Rich says:

    lots of power. works a lot better than a rechargeable drill. Perfect for household use
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Ayman Hanash says:

    It’s just amazing. It says on it’s label “Professionally made in China” and for sure it is.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Mr. T says:

    Well balanced drill with great power. Happy with the drill overall. Not really excited about the keyless chuck. Kind of diffrent than other chucks. It seems to hold ok, but almost have to use two hands to tighten. It should last along time. Overall for the money, great buy!
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. Heavy Duty motor, variable speed I received it in about 1/2 the estimated time for shipping which was great at it was a replacement and I am sick of buying the National “Off Brands” only to have them fail. I used it for drilling concrete for Tapcon screws and it worked like a charm…. slightly warm motor area.

    The dual finger trigger makes it easier

    CONS:

    No setting to hold constant speed
    Rating: 4 / 5

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