This version of the
drill was produced by Millers Falls Company after acquisition of
Goodell-Pratt in 1931.
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; and it has 2 speeds, facilitating
the use of large size drills.
It has double gear, Two speeds, and a chuck, with capacity to 3/8 inch, as noted
Frame - Malleable
Handle - Polished
Hard Wood, Large Head.
Gears - Cut
Speeds - It has
Two Speeds, changed by turning the nut on the frame
marked "F" and "S".
Three-jawed, capacity 0 to 3/8 inch. It has
Knurled Nut, Nickel Plated, well made and accurate.
Spindle runs in a
hardened steel cone bearing."
The frame is
malleable iron, black enameled. All gear teeth are accurately cut by
automatic machinery. Pinions are steel. Large Gear is finished with
red enamel. The accurately turned steel spindle runs in Ball
Bearings. It has hardened end that runs in a hardened steel Cone
Bearing. The all steel Chuck has three hardened jaws for holding
Round Shank Drills 0 to 3/8 inch. Bright nickel finish.
Capacity – 3/8 inch
Length – 14 ½ inches
Weight – 2 3/4 lbs.
International buyers will receive separate invoice with
S&H cost after purchase is complete.