I purchased a Milwaukee Sawzall (corded) about 2 weeks ago, and the nameplate says "MADE IN U.S.A.".
I buy domestic if possible, almost bought a DeWalt recip saw, but the warranty of the Milwaukee, and the Made in USA tags were the sedlling point for me. Though the Mil was about $10 more. Very happy with it so far.
I have a Makita cordless drill/driver (MADE IN JAPAN), have been very happy with Makita products, in fact, just purchased a new Makita 15A circularr saw.
I buy domestic when possible and/or practical, doesn't always happen. I have to be careful how I say things around my wife. Like, "I don't want anything that was made in so-and-so country". Now I say "I would rather not buy products made OVERSEAS if I can find domeestic.
Not knocking other countries, just trying to keep our "dead presidents" (cash) in this country.
The brits make a good "Wooly Pully" sweater, German made hand tools are very well-made (try Wiha screwdrivers, wrenches, nutdrivers), etc.
Look at the "MADE IN ..." label before you buy. I do.