I've had a Milwaukee 6148 for close to 20 years, been very happy with it. If I had to do it now I'd likely get it's replacement, the 6146. Doesn't meet your price requirement, though I'm not sure I would call it a pro grade tool necessarily. Just one that is well made and you can rebuild over and over. Mine was U.S.-made, although back then that wasn't as uncommon.
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