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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.

Customer Reviews

An awesome drill motor!

17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
By Karla A. Boughton
I have been building my own house for the past four months. I have sub contracted some of the trades but electrical I did myself. An electrician friend of mine helped me lay things out and got me started. He also gave me some great advice when he told me to buy a hole hawg. Equipped with a ship auger bit, you can drill out an entire wall in the time it would take you to drill one stud with a 3/8″ drill and a spade bit. This drill is very heavy and obviously well made. It has all kinds of power even in the high range. When you shift it into low range you have to be careful you don’t injure yourself if the drill bit binds and the drill kicks back. They don’t call it the wrist breaker for no reason!

do they make other types of drills?

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
By A. Chong
I vaguely remember using those new fangled pistol grip drills for

A plumbers other best friend

15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
By Kushiel
Tremendous piece of machinery, I love it!!! I had my first one for 10 years, it didn’t break

Made my remodelling job so much easier.

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
By Bjorn E. Loftis
I had to do a pretty big remodolling project on my grandma’s house (new plumbing, electrical, etc.) and this drill made to job much easier. Boring through doubled joists and top plate didn’t phase this drill at all.

electrician ‘s best friend

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
By Anthony W. Distante
i am an electrician who roughs houses all day long ,and this drill is the best . it’s beyond heavy duty and you know that if milwaukee is printed on it it’s a quality tool . a must tool purchase for someone who drills threw studs and thick joists .

The strongest drill you’ll ever need

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By Amazon Customer
This drill puts others to shame. Drilling through the toughest material, this one has enough torque to get the job done, and still more to spare. The limit to what you can get done with this tool is determined not by the torque that the drill puts out, but by your own strength–when the bit binds on you, the drill will literally wrench itself out of your hands. The warning that the Amazon review gives is apt; new users should be careful with this behemoth because it has more power than you might think. Screw on the secondary, perpendicular handle to keep a hold on this monster as it bores through wood, concrete, asphalt, metal–the tool can handle it all. But can you handle the tool?

Survived a flood

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
By Victor Blake
In addition to being an outstanding tool for electrical and plumbing, mine survied 3″ of water. I let it dry out, cleaned up the outside and it runs like new still. The self-feed bits pull it through the heaviest 2″ solid, dry, and well aged oak — without burning the wood. And its not just for pros. Anyone who has to do electrical, plumbing, or has to drill through studs or heavy wood, will benefit from this tool.

Enormous Torque

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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.

best heavy duty drill going

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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!

MILWAWKEE HOLE-HAWG

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By Bill Killingsworth
I’M AN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND USE THE HOLE HAWG ALMOST EVERY DAY…THE ONLY OTHER ONE I’VE USED ALOT IS THE MAKITA AND THO IT’S A GOOD TOOL, THE MILWAKEE JUST SEEMS TO BE TOUGHER. I DEFINATELY RECOMEND IT TO ANYONE THAT HAS TO DO SOME SERIOUS HOLE DRILLING, ESPECIALLY BIG HOLES…BUT PAY ATTENTION TO WHAT YOUR DOING, IT’LL HURT YOU IF YOUR CARELESS…..
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