1/2" Dual Speed Hammer-Drill
At 8.5 amps this heavy duty pistol grip hammer-drill can handle the toughest drilling of 3/4" holes in concrete. With dual range speed control, the operator can choose more power to speed for the toughest applications or more speed and less torque for lighter applications. Equipped with a metal gear case this tool can withstand the daily jobsite abuse. The removable side handle also assists in setting the depth rod for pre-set hole drilling. Use for drilling in wood with flat boring bits, hole saws, auger bits, and self feed bits. It can also be used to drill in steel with twist bits and in concrete with percussion bits.
- 1/2" Capacity in Steel and 3/4" Capacity in Concrete and 2" Self Feed Capacity
- 8.5 AMPs
- 120 AC Volts
- 40000 Maximum BPM
- Keyed Chuck
- 10' Quik-Lok Cord Included
- 14-3/4" Long
- Includes Depth Gauge, Side Handle
- 5 Year Warranty
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This Milwaukee item can also be referenced by the following color/finish specific model #:
- Milwaukee 5387-20
*Discontinued model or finish
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