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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 - 1938 model.  Tigerwood Handles.

This is well tuned hand drill with Tigerwood Main and crank handles.

It is discounted due to repair on the main handle and slight pitting on the crank plate.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -1929
Tigerwood Handles!

This specimen of MF No. 2 - 1929 is unusual. It is most likely produced after 1938, after a new, two pinion model was introduced.

First, the tigerwood is used for the main handle and crank handle. This wood was never used before 1938 and was introduced with two pinion model. Second, the crank plate is the same shape as on 1938 model.

Rare find and interesting addition to any toolbox or collection.

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Reading about Millers Falls and Goodell-Pratt Hand Drills

Some emails I received recently...

August 18, 2018

Wiktor you out do yourself.

The hand drill looks like it came out of a factory sealed box. Thank you so much for your craft and care that went into the drill. Well worth the wait.

R. C. F.

Thank you so much for your incredible work on my drill. I received it last week, and have been admiring it ever since. It is such a beautiful piece of craftsmanship that my wife wants to display it!  But it deserves the dignity of accomplishing the work for which it was painstakingly restored: drilling.  So, I assure you that it will be put to careful, but good use.

Thank you again, Scott.


I have what I think is a 5 1/2 Goodell-Pratt hand drill.  I did some basic cleaning.

I bought it because it looked like a work of art.  Here is the reality:

The main wood handle is great but is stripped of its threads.  The 2 speed knob does not turn.  The chuck springs are shot.

After seeing your work and especially the 5 1/2 you restored I would like you to restore mine.  Can you give me a ball park price?

You responded to a thread I started on SMC a while back. Since then I caught the bug and now have about 10 drills.  There is not many places around here to hunt for them so I have been keeping an eye on eBay. I do use them on occasion and find them, in some cases, better than grabbing a power or battery operated drill.

Thanks, Michael Hinkel
Apache Junction, AZ


MF Hand Drill No. 2-A, 1957-Transitional

This is one of the rarest version
of No 2 drill I have seen.

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Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 5.5 with Cocobolo  Handles c. 1935

Smooth and well tuned drill.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2-1929.
Rosewood Handles!

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -1907.  Rosewood Handles!

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Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 5.5
with Mahogany Handle c. 1938

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  Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -
1938 edition

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Pre-Order Only!

Due to the continuing demand I am not able to post any new drills on the website.  If any of you would like to pre-order a drill, be aware that waiting time varies from 36 to 39 weeks.  To place an order, please select a drill from the list of drills sold and send me an email with request.  I will reply with description of the next step.  Please include your phone number and good time to call.

Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 5.5
Toolsmiths - c. 1922

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  Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -1929.
Cocobolo Handles!

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