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Milwaukee 5387-22 8.5 Amp 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill

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  • 1/2-inch dual speed hammer drill with an 8.5 amp motor that provides overload protection
  • Dual speed motor optimized for concrete fastening: 1-1,000 rpm, 0-16,000 bpm; 0-2,500 rpm, 0-40,000 bpm
  • Metal gear case can withstand daily jobsite abuse
  • Includes depth gauge, side handle, carrying case
  • Weighs 6.4 pounds; 14-3/4-inch long; 5-year limited warranty
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Includes 1/2-in Dual Speed Hammer Drill - 5387-82, Carrying Case - 48-55-5378, Depth Gauge, Side Handle, Product Manual

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At 8.5 amps this heavy-duty pistol-grip hammer drill from Milwaukee can handle even the toughest drilling of 3/4-inch holes in concrete. With its dual-range speed control, you can choose more power to speed for the most demanding applications or more speed and less torque for lighter jobs. Equipped with a metal gear case, this tool can withstand the blows, kicks, and drops of daily job site abuse. The removable side handle also assists in setting the depth rod for pre-set hole drilling. Use the 5387-20 for drilling in wood with flat boring bits, hole saws, auger bits, and selfeed bits. It can also be used to drill in steel with twist bits and in concrete with percussion bits (not included). This kit comes with a carrying case, a depth gauge, and a side handle.

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Technical Details
Part Number 5387-22
Product Dimensions15.1 x 14.9 x 4.6 inches
Item model number5387-22
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB000BO8318
Best Sellers Rank #491,206 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.7 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By David Hammond on September 3, 2008
It has been my experience with customer reviews that often they are posted too early and do not offer enough detail to be useful. Because of this I have waited for 6 months to post a review.

The Milwaukee 5387 hammer drill has been simply awesome. I am a professional voice/data cabling installer and have used this drill on job sites frequently and have been totally pleased with the quality and power of this drill. The fit, finish, and feel of this drill is first class. The casing has been very durable thus far with no cracking issues or the rubber on the backside of the grip peeling off.

This drill is on the heavy side and mainly towards the front - and can get tiring if holding it over your head for long periods of time.. However, I am gladly willing to trade a little extra weight for a tool this solid.

I have used this drill to beat 1" holes through concrete/spancrete, cinder block, and brick without any problems with heat or the motor bogging down. As others have said this thing is VERY powerful - it has snapped my wrists around a few times when the bit has bound up.

The chuck in this drill has been very reliable thus far - out of the box it was true and after 6 months of use I still have had no problems with it bending or warping or the jaws not holding the bits securely.

The detachable power cable is a wonderful feature - it is the same design found on other higher-end Milwaukee tools. The cord is a nice heavy yet flexible rubber, and long enough to be useful. I have not had any problems with the rubber on the ends of the cable wearing, cracking, or peeling.

I would definitely recommend this drill to any professional or anyone who demands a reliable drill that will last a very long time!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chad Diederich on July 31, 2008
Great drill. The hammer drill feature is amazing. It has enough torque to get just about any job done. I would give it 5 stars, but the variable speed trigger is EXTREMELY sensitive. This makes it hard to use as a mixer for drywall, cement, stucco, etc. it also puts a great strain on the motor to use it for this purpose.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Austin on August 31, 2006
My first Milwaukee tool was the 6740-20 drywall gun. I was so thrilled with it, that my next drill had to be Milwaukee. I was pleasantly surprised at what a relatively large and heavy machine the 5387-22 is. For the professional or serious do-it-youselfer, this is probably the only heavy-duty drill you'll need, and probably the last one you'll ever have to buy. Keep your cordless drill for your light-duty work, and bring this baby out for your heavy-duty jobs. Fair warning, this drill is heavy and will cause fatique within a relatively short time. But this bad-boy will handle just about anything you throw at it. I'm sold--it's Milwaukee tools for me from now on!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By bob the builder on June 29, 2008
I have installed shower doors for about 9 years and used this bad boy on a jobsite when my Makita hammer drill just wasn't getting the job done. I bought one the next day and have been using it ever since. Drilling concrete is easy drill through 1 1/8" thick granite, thats a chore. But this thing blew right through it. I highly recommend this tool. This is one of those drills your great grand children will be using 50 years from now saying they don't make em like they used to.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Shultz on October 23, 2008
Milwaukee's 5387-22 is a large, powerful piece of equipment. It was created to puch holes in masonry, but it is so smoth, you could use it for many other jobs. The drill is manufactured in Germany and the quality shows. Another reviewer mentioned the trigger is too sensitive, but mine seems fine.

The only caution I would mention is the balance of the drill. It is long and has a front-end wight bias. You will not be using this drill one-handed. The weight is not bad, but the length and forward location of the weight will cause you to need the side handle. This is actually good, because the torque of this baby would rip it out of your hand if a bit sticks in your work-piece. The side handle will help you keep it under control.

If you need a general drill, this is too much. If you need a STRONG drill that will probably last longer than your lifetime, this is it. Milwaukee makes a number of GREAT drills, and this unit is certainly one of them.

Be sure not to confuse this with another similar model: 5378-22. That drill is not nearly as good as this one. Just be sure to hold on with both hands. Once you use it, you'll know why.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Wright on April 24, 2008
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I recently purchased this Milwaukee hammer drill to replace a similar-sized Bosch that had quit working. Nothing against the Bosch--it did the job and Bosch replaced a broken switch under a warranty that I thought was long since expired--good customer service. However, the Milwaukee will be the one I reach for first--more comfortable, better balance and more power at the tip of the bit. It has done everything I've asked it to do and done so with ease, including masonry and steel drilling. It is a well made tool that should last for a long, long time.

This is a medium-duty tool. If you need big holes in brick or concrete or need to break up concrete, etc., get one of the larger rotary hammers. I use this drill for small to medium-sized holes in brick, masonry and concrete as well as drilling up to 1/2" holes through 1/4" steel.
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