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Milwaukee

Model 5380-21

Internet #100609494

Store SKU #889507

1/2 in. Heavy-Duty Hammer Drill

$159.00 /each
  • Delivers maximum comfort by minimizing vibration
  • 360° Locking side handle with depth gauge
  • 5 year limited tool warranty

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The Milwaukee Heavy-Duty Hammer Drill has a powerful 9 amp motor that features dual, no-load speed ranges of 0-1500 and 0-3500 RPM for better operator control regardless of the materials or accessories. There’s a percussion drilling mode for masonry and rotary drilling mode that accommodates a variety of bits for holes in wood, metal and plastic. Its high speeds and compact size make it ideal for setting fasteners in concrete and drilling small holes for anchors.

  • Includes one 5376-20 1/2 in. hammer drill, one carrying case, one chuck key and one side handle
  • No-load 0-24,000 and 0-56,000 BPM
  • 2-speed gear box to select the correct drilling speed for the material and accessory on which you're working
  • 360-degree locking side handle with depth gauge for maximum maneuverability and control
  • Lightweight design for easy handling
  • Ergonomic soft-grip handle for comfortable operation
  • Self-stopping brushes for protecting the motor and increasing the life of the tool
  • Anti-Vibration System for maximum comfort
  • 8 ft. cord for plenty of slack while working
  • Heavy duty metal gear case and ball and roller bearing construction that make it tough enough to handle the most grueling job site applications
  • 5-year limited manufacturer warranty
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How do I attach the chuck to the drill so it doesn't get lost?

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December 27, 2015
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On my drill, there is a piece of rubber attached to the cord that the chuck fits into.
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Black tape it to the cord!
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November 28, 2015
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Drill chucks are held onto the drill with a reverse threaded screw and are generally hard to remove. Chuck key; however, can be kept on the cord with a rubber key holder easily available at most stores and usually come with a new drill.
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Can you stop the rotation on this drill?

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April 9, 2016
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I HAVE USED DRILLS FOR YEARS, SIMPLY PULL OUT THE DRILL WHILE YOU MAINTAIN THE DRIVE.
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January 6, 2015
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No way.
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September 10, 2014
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You cannot stop the rotation of the 5380-21 hammer drill. We would recommend a 5359-21 or something similar if you need a hammer only feature.
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can you buy just the twist lock cord for an older milwaukee hammer drill

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April 9, 2016
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ANY ELECTRICAL DEVICE CAN HAVE A TWIST LOCK PUT ON. I HAVE INSTALLED HUNDREDS OF LOCKS ON MY TOOLS.
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These cords were available from industrial suppliers years ago. I have not purchased one in several years.
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December 19, 2011
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The twist lock cord is not available for this specific hammer drill (5380-21), however the quick lok cord system is still available for products that are compatible. They are offered in many different configurations. Please see options at http://www.milwaukeetool.com/accessories/miscellaneous-accessories/quik-lok-cords.
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Is this ½-inch Milwaukee drill manufactured in China? Is the chuck manufactured there?

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March 11, 2014
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The 1/2" Hammer Drill was designed in Brookfield, Wisconsin after extensive job site research with professional tradesmen. We manufacture this product in China in a facility that is designed to adhere to the same strict standards of quality and to uphold the Nothing but Heavy Duty badge.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 46 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad Chuck on mine ? I had to continually tighten a half inch drill bit. seems the chuck will not hold it tight. June 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Biggest piece of junk don't waste you money Like everyone else says the Chuck doesn't stay tight and if you tighten it at eAch hole it's next to impossible to loosen it should of bought the Bosch July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect Tool for the Job The hammer drill was essential to drill concrete screws into concrete walls. (I installed brackets for a run of plastic irrigation tubing.) I was surprised at how light it was compared with a Milwaukee heavy duty drill; I could actually handle it with one hand (not recommended for precision purposes, however). The drill has two settings, one for drilling the hole, the other for driving the anchor bolt or screw. Both settings have variable speed. The switch rotates 180 to change settings; sometimes it takes a light wiggle of the chuck to turn the switch; not a problem at all. I used a Tapcon Condrive 500 Installation Tool, with 1.25 inch adapter and 3/16" hex head for the anchor. The volume of work I was able to do was so fast, it caught me by surprise. March 22, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed This was my first hammer drill. Used it exclusively installing 11 hurricane shutters on exterior masonry on my house 1-2 hrs of actual drilling). The speed selector totally disengaged and stopped working halfway through the project. Kept using the drill, but the entire power train would disengage every now and then and got worse. Also as other posters wrote, the chuck won't hold bits properly, had to re-tighten every two holes. Didn't even bother trying to fix it under the warranty. So mad, this thing went straight to the dump. January 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible product Boss and I read the reviews, and were well warned: chuck problems. Aware of these issues, we still purchased this drill because we had bits and did not want to become beholden to the sds bits (which are quite pricey). Boss wanted to buy it online, but I convinced him to get it from Home Depot, because given the risk, it would be good to know that we could always return it. The reviews are indeed correct, the chuck comes loose during drilling. I tightened that thing good too, even tightening up each hole twice in rotating order, just to be sure. Still, the chuck came loose. On the 4th time that it came loose, a screw fell out of the chuck opening. It broke! I tried putting it back in, but it spun around without grabbing. All together, I got an inch into the concrete before the screw fell out. I returned the product (no problems except the minor wait), and purchased the bosch bulldog, which is right now drilling into the concrete as if it were unsalted butter. The bit does have some play on it, and I am concerned watching the chuck (or whatever it's called on sds drills) spin, as it doesn't appear to be centered. Still, get something good, and don't waste your time. Or waste it, and write a review about it, like I did! February 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by garbage This was my third Milwaukee Hammer Drill. First cost $240 had steel case and removable cord, bought in 1990 it lasted 15 years. 2nd was about $200 with fixed cord and plastic case, was okay. I bought this one, very similar to my last one, tried to use it for about 10 minutes and took it back!! Bad chuck and too much plastic. I have many Milwaukee tools and will surely buy more; but this one is junk. November 28, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works great if you are using the right bit This is the second Milwaukee power tool I have purchased and I am pleased with both. December 27, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great...light weight and does what its for. Remember to purchase ear protection i didn't The drill is great, it does just what its advertise. Little noisy and recommend ear protection. The Home Depot associate George Pierce was especially helpful and a main reason I purchased this item. Kudos George December 8, 2015
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