Anyone here used, and had good luck with, a "Drill Doctor"? Everytime I run into a dull drill bit, I think about getting one, but I never can pull the trigger (see, gun-related). Any response is appreciated.
Another +1 for the Drill Dr. Just don't let your bits get too dull, otherwise you will just get mad at yourself. They do have a "learning" period but once you get the "hang" of it you will love it. Ross Puls
Sears sells a set of up to 1/2 inch (by 32nds). They are in a black steel box which is a little hard to open, but they are the best, best drills I have ever owned, bar none, including all the ones named above. Cost is around $60.
I had to drill a boat-trailer tongue to mount something and just picked a couple of non-Sears ones out of the drawer and shoved and swore for a while. I went back to the garage, fought the Sears box open, went out and zip! - they plowed through the metal the others would hardly make in a scratch with a nice, clean, burr-less hole.
I've used them many times since and there's just nothing like them.
USA? I have no idea. But they are the best, that I know.