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Corded Hammer Drill, 1/2 In, 9 A, 120 V

MILWAUKEE

Price: $213.00 / each

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  • Item # 2FGD3
  • Mfr. Model # 5380-21
  • UNSPSC # 20111603
  • Catalog Page # 970
  • Shipping Weight 12.72 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemCorded Hammer Drill
  • Chuck Size1/2"
  • No Load RPM0 to 1500/0 to 3500
  • Blows per Minute0 to 24,000/0 to 56,000
  • Amps @ 120V9.0
  • ReversingYes
  • Cord12 ft., 2-Cond.
  • FeaturesAll Metal Gearcase, Antivibration System, Trigger Speed Control, 2-Mode
  • BearingsBall And Needle
  • Tool Length14"
  • Tool Weight7.3 lb.
  • IncludesDepth Gauge, Side Handle, Hard Shell Case

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by When you need to put the Hammer Down! After burning up a very nice 18V Milwaukee Cordless drill trying to drill 2" holes in some 2x6's I decided it was time to step up and get a real work horse. This 9A Hammer drill has all the power i need to put a 4" hole saw through anything with power to spare. I've used to to drill holes in a concrete slab, mix concrete and punch holes in wood for plumbing. The gearbox is solid and the hammer feature will shake your house when drilling in slab. The only drawback is that its kinda long and heavy so its awkward to handle...but the raw power is worth the heft. July 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by this thing is a beast I've used this only in masonry and concrete, and am very impressed. i burnt up 2 brand x drills in stalling a dewatering system for a friend,lots of holes in block and the perimeter of a sump hole in 4" concrete. I was afraid I would burn up my 18 volt drill, so I got this one. WOW.It chewed thru that stuff like butter, even when the bits got dull it just kept churning.I put in an exhaust vent into a 1930s brick house bath room, and I can tell you were that saying comes from. I had to get 16" bits to get thru the brick over clay tile, on a ladder over my head, it did get a little heavy, but it worked. April 10, 2012
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This hammer drill has the straight type chuck.

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