Millers Falls No. 100 Yankee Push Drill w/7 bits
This is hard to find late mid-1900's era, spiral type push drill with a set of 7 different size drill points, that store in the bullet shaped handle! It has the special 8 compartment storage handle that is made of metal and the red part of the handle is heavy plastic, and is in good clean condition with only minor wear like tiny dings and scratches, still looks nice. It is marked "MILLERS FALLS CO. MILLERS FALLS MASS. U.S.A. NO. 100". Each size of different drill points is also marked on the top polish metal ring near the end of the handle, to help keep the drill points in there corresponding compartment. The red part can be released and rotates to allow the loading or removing or the drill points through one hole. This works fine. The metal is all nicely nickel plated and polished, very nice looking bullet like shape. The chuck is different than the North Brothers Yankee chucks, so the drill points have a + shape at the end instead of a notch and flat like the Yankee's. In this case, we are including a nice group of 6 different drill points with this drill, the points are in very good used to new condition in 7 different sizes from 3/32" to 11/64". The chuck and spiral are both in very good condition, and work smoothly. Overall this push drill and points are in very good to new condition, there is little minor wear to report, minor bench wear. A very nice tool overall.