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1676-6 Model Code: AB (part# 1676-6) Features: -Compact, functional design puts force in-line with the chuck.-2 position pipe handle.-3 position spade handle.-2 speed gear shift.-External brush caps.-Heat-treated cut steel gears.-All ball and roller bearings.-Tripple reduction gearing.-For drilling between studs and joists.-Powers up to 4 5/8'' self feed bit at low speed (300 rpm) and up to 1 3/8'' at high speed (1200 rpm).-Amps: 7.50 A.-Spindle Thread: 5/8 in – 16.-Handle Type: Centered Pistol Grip/Side Rod/Top D-Handle.-Type: Straight Drill.-Wt.: 11 1/2 lb.-Price is for 1 Each.-Testing and approvals:.-Complies with OSHA and UL requirements. Specifications: -Voltage: 120.00 VAC. Dimensions: -Length: 6 1/2 in.

Technical Details

  • compact

Customer Reviews

This makes the average drill motor seem like some toy from the Lego store

 on April 14, 2015
By Kenneth Farmer
This makes the average drill motor seem like some toy from the Lego store. Powerful beyond belief and well made, although not in the USA anymore. If you are using a large bit that can’t snap, make sure you have your stance well placed or it will wrap you like a string around a lawnmower blade, if it jams. And NEVER use it on a ladder.

Hole Hawg Heaven

 on November 25, 2011
By Scott
This wonderful Hole Hawg arrived in the allotted time that was stated. Over and above that I love this piece of equipment! It has plenty of power and hasn’t bogged down once. Even when two of us were pushing on it! This comes highly recommended by me and by the friend whose project we worked on. He was amazed too. (Hang on when you pull that trigger!)

best heavy duty drill going

 on February 26, 2011
By jon
i love these drills because of the power that they have, you cant disrespect this tool or as you can read in some other reviews it will set you straight. the only issue i have with this particular model is that you dont get the (better I think) steel case for it, instead you get a jumbo plastic one that will only hold a few of your bits at best, forget about storing ur larger than 2″ self-feeds in it, or you will have to cut out some of the plastic that makes the case ridgid. wish they would keep with the steel ones, tho great product otherwise, you wont be dissapointed!

solid drill

 on May 16, 2012
By Benjamin Hecker
These are solid drills, probably the best joist drill made and definitely Milwaukee’s best drill. Well worth the investment, the 2 speed model is more flexible that the single speed.

DRILL BABY DRILL…:-)

 on June 27, 2012
By Paul D. Christenson
I have been rewiring 80×40 barn…lots of floor joists to drill through…this unit makes all those drilled holes doable…:)

Enormous Torque

 on January 14, 2009
By J. Ammeter
I’m an Amateur Radio operator and have a crankup tower for my antenna. I’ve modified it so I can use a drill motor for the winch. I’ve tried two other drills but they can’t handle the torque needed for the length of time it takes to raise the tower. The Hole Hawg handles the torque easily raising the tower from the collapsed 22 foot height to 55 feet in a few minutes. The total weight being lifted is at least 750 pounds.

Five Stars

 on January 8, 2015
By Gail Ramsey
great product fast shk youipping than

Fast Service

 on November 13, 2009
By Richard T. Apking
The drill arrived in excellent condition and in a timely manner. All in all a very positive transaction.

do they make other types of drills?

 on January 12, 2010
By A. Chong
I vaguely remember using those new fangled pistol grip drills for
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