Handpump Drill for Drilling Holes

Above: from “The Forgotten Abundance of America’s Wildlands w/ Richard Lonewolf”.  Order your copy to support the growth of this database & learn a lot more. Filmed & designed by Distance Everheart.

   The hand pump drill is used for drilling small holes into (primarily) wood, bone, stone, or hardened clay.  It is used for beads, crafts, fishing lures, & of course anything else that requires a small hole in it.  The handpump drill spins @ nearly 10,000 rpms per minute.


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Bibliography: Richard Lonewolf

Photo, Film, & Database Entry: Distance Everheart 4-18-13

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