Item DR3 - Millers Falls No. 104 Hand Drill.   

 The smaller of the two “Buck Rogers” hand drills (the smaller was the No. 306), this model has a 1/4” drill diameter capacity and is about 12 /2 inches long overall  The enclosed gears run on oolite bearings and are smooth running..  This example has a bit storage compartment in the handle that contains none of the original fluted bits, plus.  The magazine was made specifically to be able to accommodate longer twist drill bits.  Most of the original gray finish on the body remains in good condition, and the nickel finish on the chuck is shiny.  The red tenite handles are in nice condition, with good color and no significant dings.  This model was made only between 1949 and 1960.  This drill is difficult to find in this nice condition.  Easily.  Good+ 




    Price - $60.00



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