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Millers Falls No 5 Hand Drill
1925-Standard Handles

Single speed, two pinion hand drill. Frame made of malleable iron frame. Drive gear with wide rim.

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

Single speed hand drill with two pinions. Malleable iron frame enameled black. Drive gear painted red.

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MF Hand Drill Side Handle - "Mushroom" shape.

This handle is  is made as a replacement for missing knobs on MF No.1, No.2, No.3, No.5 and No.7 drills produced between 1907 and 1935.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 - 1938 Standard Edition

Single speed hand drill with two pinions. Malleable iron frame enameled black. Drive gear painted red.

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MF Hand Drill Side Handle -
"Chef's Cap" shape.

This handle is made for missing knobs on MF No.1, No.2, No.3, No.5, No.7 and other drills.

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Some emails I received recently...

January 8, 2024

Wiktor,

I received the jaws and the knob today. Outstanding quality! Thank you so much.

Thanks,
Justin


December 21, 2023

Wiktor,

I wanted to let you know that I received the drill yesterday and the quality of your work is exceptional. All I can say is… … it was worth the wait.

Mark


September 27, 2023

Wiktor,

My son came over last Sunday and opened the package.  As soon as he got home, he tested the drills out on some scrap wood (yellow pine). He said the drills are wonderful.  He asked me to thank you, and to tell you that the fit and finish of the drills are excellent. The drilling action is smooth, and the bits leave clean entrance and exit holes. He can't wait to use them to drill pilot holes for his next project.


March 20, 2023

Wiktor,

The drill was delivered safe and sound to my home this afternoon. It is a thing of beauty! I can’t compliment you enough on this work. I’ll be posting a very nice review. Take care.

Thanks again,
James Patterson


April, 2022

Good evening Wiktor,

At long last the tools have arrived!
You’ve done a fine job on both and they were certainly worth the wait. I really do think they’re fantastic! I hope for you continued good health and I do appreciate your hard work!

Many thanks again,
Steve


August 5, 2022

Wiktor,

The package arrived safely and you’ve done beautiful work! Thank you and all the best.

Doug



Special Orders


Some woodworkers and other potential users of hand drills and braces prefer a specific model or specific feature.

The best way to acquire the model you prefer is to pre-order a drill or a brace. Although the waiting time for your preferred item is quite long (36 to 39 weeks), this arrangement allows for specific selection for you and completion of my work at superior level.

To place an order, please select an item from the lists of specific products and send me an email with request. I will reply with description of the steps to complete pre-order. Also, please include your phone number and good time to call.
 

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2B
1938 model.

Single speed hand drill with two pinions. Malleable iron frame is enameled black.

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Millers Falls No 1 Hand Drill - 1915-Cocobolo Handles

Excellent drill for small jobs. One of the most underappreciated drills made by Millers Falls. 

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Millers Falls No 5 Hand Drill - 1965-Tigerwood Handles

Single speed, two pinion hand drill.  Frame made of malleable iron. Drive gear with extra wide rim.

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Rare Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -1909. Cocobolo Handles!

The spindle housing has a distinct marking: No. 2. This was a first attempt of marking the drill model.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -1917. Cocobolo Main Handle!

This is rather rare specimen. It was marketed from 1917 to 1921. The distinguish feature of this release is that main handle is made in Cocobolo.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -1910. Cocobolo Handles!

With this release Star Logo and script "Millers Falls Co., Millers Falls, Mass. USA" was introduced for the first time. It is a beautiful drill.

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North Bros. Hand Drill 1530A with a Ratchet Movement

Frame is malleable iron, black finish.  The trust on spindle is taken by a hardened steel bearing in lower end of frame, and so arranged that any wear can be readily taken up. Spindle is of steel. Gears with cut teeth, large gear, 3 in.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No. 2A -1957, Transitional, Standard Finish

This drill will knock your socks off.

There is a significant difference in the material used for construction of this drill in comparison to later models of No. 2A-1957. I have written an article about MF No. 2A-1957 Transitional model here.

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Goodell-Pratt Hand Drill No 5.5B Toolsmiths – c. 1938

In the Goodell-Pratt catalog No. 7 it is described as: This tool is intended to fill a long-felt want for Combination Hand and Brest Drill, the shape of the handle admitting of its use the latter way.  Its capacity is to 3/8 inch.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 - 1938 Standard Edition

This release went into production in 1938 and lasted until 1957, when 2A version was introduced.

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North Bros. Hand Drill 1530A with a Ratchet Movement

Frame is malleable iron, black finish.  The trust on spindle is taken by a hardened steel bearing in lower end of frame, and so arranged that any wear can be readily taken up. Spindle is of steel. Gears with cut teeth, large gear, 3 in.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No. 2A -1957, Transitional, Standard Finish

This drill will knock your socks off.

There is a significant difference in the material used for construction of this drill in comparison to later models of No. 2A-1957. I have written an article about MF No. 2A-1957 Transitional model here.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 - ca. 1906. Cocobolo Handles!

This is a No. 2 drill equipped with a chuck based on McCoy's spring-less chuck adjustable from 0 to 17/64 inch.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No. 2 -1929. Tigerwood Handle!

This is a rare MF No. 2 - built on a 1929 frame with modifications leading to the 1938 model.

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