Corded pistol-grip drills position the user's hand behind the bit-holding chuck to keep the tool steady and control the amount of pressure applied to the bit during drilling and driving. They provide ergonomic handling when working in a range of positions on vertical and horizontal surfaces. The pistol grip has a trigger switch that is pressed to activate the drill. Corded tools plug into an outlet to allow longer run times than cordless tools for repetitive tasks where many holes are being drilled, for drilling through hard or thick materials, and for applications where portability isn't a concern. They maintain full power during operation and don't have batteries that require recharging.
1/4 in Chuck Size
Corded Pistol-Grip Drills 1/4 in Chuck Size, sorted by Drill Chuck Type, custom