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Millers Falls Hand Drills

  Millers Falls Hand Drill No. 5 - ca. 1905.  Cocobolo handle.  

From Millers Falls catalog:


Frame made of malleable iron.  Drive gear with extra wide rim.  Two pinions, with drive pinions supported by ball thrust bearing at the end of the spindle.  Three-jaw, spring-less chuck adjustable 0 to 3/16 inch.  Black enameled frame, drive gear painted red; bright parts nickel plated. 


Main handle with a cap and hollow space for bits storage made of Cocobolo.  Crank Handle made in Cocobolo.  The side handle is made in domestic  hardwood, stained with red mahogany. It is in the shape of mushroom and it is detachable.  Length is 12 7/8 inch.



Item #: 

 Very smooth and well
tuned drill.

International buyers will receive separate invoice with additional S&H cost after purchase is complete.


For comparison, I included pictures of MF No. 2 and MF No. 5 drills side by side.

Size comparison:

MF No. 2 drill at the top
MF No. 5 drill at the bottom


Cleaned, striped, frame and main gear re-painted. Paint color is matched to the original as close as possible.

Wood on all handles cleaned. Cocobolo sanded and polished. Three coats of BLO applied and thoroughly dried. The final finish is six layers of Birchwood Casey Tru-Oil Gunstock Finish Liquid. It is probably one of the best high quality finish for exotic hard wood. The side handle is made in domestic hardwood, stained with red mahogany and finished with polyurethane. It is in the shape of mushroom and it is detachable.

All exposed parts were polished to high gloss. Greased, oiled, tuned and checked. Great addition to your toolbox or collection. Lovely Tool!

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