Milwaukee 0234-6 Magnum 5.5 Amp 1/2-Inch Drill

October 3, 2013 - Comment

0234-6 Model Code: AB (part# 0234-6) Features: -Removable brush cartridge system, change brushes in less than 1 minute.-Aluminum gear case and diaphragm supplies greater support for shaft and bearings.-Trigger speed control reversing switches.-Quik-Lok cord for quick detachment from tool.-All ball and roller bearings.-Helical cut, heat-treated gears.-2-finger trigger switch.-Variable speed/reversing.-All metal gear case and diaphragm.-Modular brush

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0234-6 Model Code: AB (part# 0234-6) Features: -Removable brush cartridge system, change brushes in less than 1 minute.-Aluminum gear case and diaphragm supplies greater support for shaft and bearings.-Trigger speed control reversing switches.-Quik-Lok cord for quick detachment from tool.-All ball and roller bearings.-Helical cut, heat-treated gears.-2-finger trigger switch.-Variable speed/reversing.-All metal gear case and diaphragm.-Modular brush card design.-Grounded.-Ergonomic tactile grip on handle and motor housing.-All metal Grip-Lok keyless chucks.-Chuck Size: 1/2 in.-Cutting Cap.: 1/2 in (steel) [Max].-Spindle Thread: 1/2 in – 20.-Control Type: Electronic Variable.-Handle Type: Pistol Grip/Side Rod.-Type: Straight Drill.-Price is for 1 Each.-Testing and approvals:.-Complies with OSHA and UL requirements. Specifications: -360 positive lock side handle.-Voltage: 120.00 VAC.For day in, day out drilling and driving in wood, steel, or plastic, there might not be a better tool than Milwaukee’s Magnum hole shooter. The aluminum/magnesium alloy on the gear case cuts down on the tool’s weight, and the glass-reinforced nylon handle makes it a bit lighter, too–but let there be no doubts: when it comes to results, this is the same heavy-duty, ridiculously powerful, no-nonsense tool it’s always been. The shooter is built with a stacked design–meaning the drill’s interior parts stack on top of each other–which makes replacing parts (like a switch) much easier to do as the whole drill doesn’t need to be taken apart. The handle is designed so you can hold it two ways–either pistol-grip or with the palm of your hand resting on the top back portion–making the drill an extension of your arm. As a result, you can really get behind it while still easily reaching the trigger with your fingers. And the finger slots add comfort. The shooter’s top-quality chuck is a Jacobs (the best). It’s a two-handed chuck, which, for the types of applications this drill is built for, is exactly what you want. The carbon brushes are also easy to access and change.

One of our favorite new features on this tool is the long and superflexible Quick-Lok cord. If the cord gets cut or damaged, you simply unplug the damaged cord and replace it with the cord from any other Quick-Lok Milwaukee tool. If you’re looking for a serious, long-lasting drill, you can’t go wrong here. Milwaukee’s hole shooter is a very high-quality tool that will serve you for years and years and years. –Dori Anvinson

Product Features

  • Powerful 0-850 rpm drill with trigger speed control reversing and removable brush cartridge
  • Features new, long and super flexible Quick-Lok cord
  • Has plastic body, aluminum/magnesium alloy gear case, soft glass-reinforced nylon handle
  • Designed with detachable cord and side handle
  • Kit includes 234-1 Magnum Drill, Quik-Lok Cord, Rubber Flex Key Holder, Side Handle, Chuck and Chuck Key

Comments

Earl Stone says:

The Milwaukee 0234-6 vs The Milwaukee 0300-20 / 0302-20 First of all I want to say that I am a around the house handy man and not a pro but I know quality when I see it and I have had a very decent amount of experience with power tools.I am guilty of owning a Craftsmen 3/8 inch, 1/3 horse power, 3 amp, corded drill “I got it because it was on sale for close to half price,I paid $20 for it.When ever I tried to use it as a screwdriver with its so called variable speed trigger,it would almost always rotate to fast which would…

Michael J. Edelman says:

The drill by which others are judged These days when the cordless drill seems to have replaced the resevrsing 3/8″ corded drill as a standard, a lot of amateurs and even pros may wonder why they need a corded drill. Well, a cordless drill is a wonderfully handy thing, particularly when working on a remote job site, but even the biggest 18 and 22 volt drills are limited in the amount of power they can generate; sometimes you need a really big, honkin’ drill. Drilling heavy hardwoods, going through mild steel- these are tasks…

Luke T. Evans says:

Plenty powerful, plenty durable Don’t be mislead by the gimmicks and styling of other 1/2″ drills out there. This beast is all you need for truly heavy duty work like running large hole saws, mixing drywall mud, or just drilling monster holes with big bits! This machine is the standard by which others are judged and has been for years. It is ridiculously overpowered and its durable engineering hasn’t changed. It’s still the best. Milwaukee makes a keyless chuck version of this drill, but I do not recommend…

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