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Corded Drills

Corded Drills

Plug these corded handheld drills into an AC power source for consistent power output in heavy duty applications that require long or continuous run times, including demanding drilling and driving tasks, buffing metal, mixing, and grinding.

Pistol Grip

These corded handheld drills have a pistol grip handle that is perpendicular to the drill body. The most popular style of handle, the pistol grip provides ergonomic handling when working on vertical surfaces from the user's waist to chest height, horizontal surfaces mid-thigh or lower, or horizontal surfaces directly over head. These models have a variable-speed reversing trigger that allows you to change the rotational speed throughout the operation and to change the direction of the rotation for backing out a bit or removing fasteners.

Gamut Approved

Keyed Chuck

DeWalt

Keyed Chuck

Keyless Chuck

Porter-Cable

Keyed Chuck

Keyless Chuck

D- & Spade Handle

Increase stability and power with D-handle and spade-grip corded drills, which place the user's hands directly in line with the tool's body to allow maximum pressure application and control. A third handle provides options for applying leverage during heavy duty applications. A triple-gear train increases torque and reduces gear stress, providing longer tool life over traditional gear trains.

DeWalt

D-Handle

Spade with Side Handle

Milwaukee

Spade with Side Handle

Right-Angle for Confined Spaces

Right-angle corded drills have a chuck that is oriented 90° to the tool body, providing a slim profile for working in areas with low clearance, such as between joists and studs. These tools are commonly used in plumbing, electrical, and construction tasks.

DeWalt

Triple Gear Reduction

Milwaukee

Double Gear Reduction

Triple Gear Reduction

Quadruple Gear Reduction