Summary: I recently lost my Milwaukee 1007-1 drillthat I had for twenty years. I replaced it with the 3002-1 and could not be happier. The right angle attachement along with the case makes this drill a good buy.The high torque gears and the variable speed makes this drill very strong and versatile .
Excerpt: This tool is not for casual use. It is ideal for large dia holes in wood materials - ie studs and other framing. Inexperienced users should use caution. We used to call this the "jaw breaker" when I was an apprentice. Milwaukee's QC has not deminished thru the years.
Pros: Compact, Ergonomic Design, No Bit Slippage, Powerful
Summary: I have always wanted this brand of right angle,never would spend the extra cash for it.So happy I did ,drilling holde in studs/walls is no problem.Has plenty of torque balanced well trigger is good.Only thing I would change is forward/reverse switch,it is a bit hard to get your finger nail in to...
Summary: I borrowed one of these from a friend to a/v wire +4 houses over the years and just ended up getting one for myself for the latest project. Very reliable, great toque. It's a contractor's must to have one of these.
Summary: I got the drill and knocked out a wiring project in no time with it. The drill feels very solid and works very smoothly. The one complaint I have is that the case is plastic, not the one in the picture.