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17 oz. Milled Face Framing Hammer

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  • Superior driving performance with up to 10X less peak vibration
  • Steel I-Beam Handle
  • Magnetic nail set for easy nail placement
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Product Details

The Milwaukee 17 oz. Hammer is designed for the Best Driving Performance. It's lightweight and precision balanced design removes weight from the tool belt, while the extended I-beam handle provides the added power needed to drive nails efficiently. The Shockshield Grip, reduces Vibration up to 10X more that the competition and is the most durable grip in the industry. An integrated magnetic nail set is designed to allow users to set nails 1-handed and the asymmetrical anti-ring claw minimizes ringing when striking hard objects.
  • 17 oz. head weight
  • Precision balanced design
  • Shockshield handle
  • Most durable grip construction
  • Magnetic nail set
  • I-beam handle construction
  • Anti-ring claw
  • Milled face
  • Straight claw
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Dimensions: H 1.5 in, W 5.75 in, D 16.125 in


Assembled Depth (in.)16.125 inAssembled Height (in.)1.5 in
Assembled Width (in.)5.75 inHandle Length (in.)16
Weight of Head (oz.)17


Claw TypeStraightColor FamilyRed
Face TypeMilled SteelFeaturesComfort Grip
Hammer TypeFramingHand Tool TypeHammer
Handle MaterialSteelHead MaterialSteel Head
Replaceable HeadNoReturnable90-Day
Tools Product TypeHand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyLimited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

Q:If I buy this hammer and miss the nail and mash my thumb will it hurt worst than the more expensive 28 oz. Hammer? Stupid is as Stupid does.
by|Nov 7, 2023
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Q:What does the "limited" lifetime warranty on the 48-22-9020 milwaukee hammer cover?
by|Aug 1, 2022
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A:  Hello Jeremy- We recommend visiting our Milwaukee Tool website for more information. It will be located under "Support". Thank you-The Social Team

by|Aug 1, 2022
    Q:This i stesting
    by|Jul 28, 2022
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    Q:What is the width of the steel
    by|Apr 3, 2022
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    A:  The head width is 1-5/8" at its widest part while the rest of the body is 1-1/8".

    by|Jun 13, 2022
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      Customer Reviews

      4.7 out of 5
      • 4.7
        out of 964 reviews
      • 90% recommend this product
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      Milwaukee Milled Face Framing Hammer
      This hammer is very comfortable & well made; constructed, The milled face is superb.. It has a smooth coating finish’ It hits hard.. & Also it has a 28oz hammer head so it will drive the mail deep. The nail holder is magnetic so it make my jobs much easier ; accurate & it’s a great hammer to add to my collection!
        • Recommended
        Hammer time….
        Nicely weighted, great milled face
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        • Recommended
        Hits heavy and low vibration
        This Milwaukee framing hammer is a solid option for your construction work. The rubber grip on the handle offers a reliable sure grip. The milled face offers a good 'grip' on the nail head when the swing is just a bit off. The hammer also has a magnetic nail starter on the top of the face for starting nails with one hand. I took this out and drove some 3" galvanized nails and it was smooth fast work.
        • Recommended
        Well made works perfectly
        This is a well made Hammer and works perfectly. I use alot of differnt hammers and this one works great. I like the handle at 14" long makes for alot of force when hitting the nails to drive them in. Then you have the nail set on the head of the hammer that worked flawlessly on nails 2" long or longer. Yes I was able to use it on the roofing nail with the plastic still on the nail. I just slid the plastic down to insert the nail in the magnetic head. I drove 16D down to the 2" roofing nail with out a problem. the handle is very comfortable when useing it, easy to control and does not slip with the poly coating. It also made it very easy to pull out nails with out having to get a prybar/nail puller. The mailled head keep the head on the nail head did not have any problem with it sliding off the nail heads. I just wish I had this 3 weeks ago when I build my daughters patio. Again a great Hammer worth every penny.
        • Recommended
        Great Hammer
        The Milwaukee hammer is a 21 ounce milled face poly handle hammer. It is well balanced and has a lot of great features. The handle fits my hand well and has a great grip. I like the head with the magnet that can hold a nail to get it started. This comes in handy when you have to hold a board with one hand while nailing with the other. The claw works really well removing nails also.
        • Recommended
        A Very High Quality Milwaukee Hammer
        The Milwaukee 21 oz. Milled Face Poly Handle Hammer is very well made. Definitely a high-quality hammer. Feels really good in the hand at just 21 oz. Is nicely balanced and was exactly the type of hammer I was looking for. I have other Milwaukee hand and power tools so am very familiar with the quality of their tools. A great addition to my collection of tools. .
        • Recommended
        Very Pretty Hammer
        Nice heft & balance & "nice looking" hammer but what's the point? As at least one other reviewer stated (w/ photos), this hammer chips easily - big chips. Retail card said something about not hitting "hardened nails" or something to that extent. Not sure how to tell what material every last thing is so I assume this is just for use on new nails you know what they are? Very surprising how soft this is, not supposed to use if chipped. Planned to replace an old hammer that stands up to anything.
        Response from Milwaukee ToolNov 3, 2022
        Hi Chris- We are sorry to hear about this experience! Could you please send our team an email at social.media@milwaukeetool.com, so we can best assist? Thank you -Social Team
          1 found this review helpful
          Too expensive for the poor quality head/face.
          Love the overall design. Nice balance and performance in hand. Issue is the quality of the metal used for the face and head. So soft it has completely deteriorated, chipped, gouged, and looks a wreck after just one afternoon of simple construction. I will use this until the head becomes a worn-out mess (I'm guessing in a month or less) and will not purchase another Milwaukee hammer for fear this is typical. I have Husky and no-name hammers that have faired far better at half the cost. Shame.
            2 found this review helpful
            It can take a beating
            This puppy will pound steel, drive nails, and screws for that matter if that is what you want to do with it. This is a behemoth it will wear your arm down and make sure that you know that. I have used this hammer all summer and it has been absolutely amazing. If you are going to drive nails all day though I do recommend the 17 oz version. This hammer exceeded my expectations especially at the price.
              • Recommended
              Comfortable and versitile hammer
              This is a heavy framing hammer, let there be no doubt about that. My preference is for a lighter one, but heavier ones have their place. For this hammer, that place is when driving nails into dense pressure treated wood for me. The heavier hammer seems to do a better job with that extra mass. The hammer is comfortable in the hand and well balanced. It seems to be well made, fit and finish are very nice. I really like the nail holder to start nails, this is the first hammer I've had with one. It makes things go a little bit faster keeping the nails in one hand, loading the hammer, then driving the nail while getting the next nail ready for the hammer. It has a milled face and I don't know if that's a benefit or not. I've been driving nails for years and very rarely miss the head. Overall, it's a nice hammer to add to my collection. I still prefer my lighter wooden handled hammers if I have a lot of nailing to do. But this one definately deserves a specialized place.
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