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 cahnge direction.But really how often do you need it? Well if the bit gets stucks ...
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 . Best deal is at Amazon.
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. It's a good case, but when buying on the internet, you have to trust the pictures and descriptions. The case is an above average plastic case, so it's not a huge deal. I only take off one star because of the inaccurate picture. The drill is five star.
Summary: If you are going to be doing any serious wiring around your house buy one of these drills, don't argue with me, don't cavil and whine that's it's too expensive, just buy the drill. Now Drilling between joists, or up into wall cavities, tasks which are a complete pain in the neck with a standard drill are almost effortless with the 3002.
Summary: I use this drill at work on a daily bases and it has never let me down. The extra long handle is great when your dilling overhead. This model has a higher rpm than the standard right angle dill kit. The higher rpm's make drilling wood a lot easier. I only wish Milwaukee would have put the Quik-Lok cord on this model. No tool is perfect but this one comes close.