“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
Yeah, your electrical or mechanical contractor can reduce or ruin the structural capacity of your building more efficiently with that vs a conventional drill.
Head on that one is too large in diameter. It isn't just the front to back that has to be compact, it is every dimension. DeWalt does this particular drill better for this reason, though Milwaukee makes great tools.
I bought a right angle adapter for the drill I have.
Our hominin ancestors - particularly the males, involved in hunting and war - must have prized their wood and stone tools quite dearly: it still runs in the males of our one extant species.
https://youtu.be/E-Xfv-7FFNkProject Farm is a great channel. 👍🏻
I do need one of those but it won't be battery powered.
I have a 18V Hammer Drill, not even the latest model, and it has plenty of torque for anything I'll ever do. I also have a corded half inch one that will break your wrist if you're careless. Or hit something with a bit that won't slip.
Back in the seventies as a newbie I ran a Milwaukee Hole Hawg with a 3" bit on a drop cord of course roughing in plumbing on new construction. I learned quickly to back that beast up against another stud or anything I could find or it would jerk you right off the ladder or smash your hand.
Too bad most of their tools contain chinesium.
Parent company is Ryobi... Bought them a few years ago.