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3/4 in. x 4 in. x 6 in. Carbide Hammer Drill Bit

$15.97
  • Up to 5x life in concrete
  • Up to 2x faster drilling vs. standard masonry drill bits
  • Durable carbide tip for longer life in concrete & hard aggregate
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Hammer drill bits with sharpened carbide for 5X longer life in concrete

Milwaukee Carbide Hammer Drill Bits

Hammer drill bits with sharpened carbide for 5X longer life in concrete

Ideal for concrete, brick, and block

Carbide Hammer Drill Bits

Ideal for concrete, brick, and block

Ideal for concrete, brick, and block

Carbide Hammer Drill Bits

Wide flute design removes dust faster and reduces heat

Up to 5x life in Concrete

Up to 5x life in Concrete

Up to 5x life in Concrete

Hammer Drill/Drivers and Impacts

For Use With

Hammer Drill/Drivers and Impacts

Vs. Standard Masonry Drill Bits

Up to 2x Faster Drilling

Vs. Standard Masonry Drill Bits

For less bit walking

Precision Ground Carbide Tip

For less bit walking

Carbide Hammer Drill Bits

Up to 5X Life in Concrete

Carbide Hammer Drill Bits

For Use In Concrete, Brick and Block

For Use In

For Use In Concrete, Brick and Block

Drilling in Concrete

Concrete

For Nail-Embedded Wood

Drilling in Brick

Brick

Drilling in Brick

Drilling in Block

Block

Drilling in Block

For Longer Life in Concrete and Hard Aggregate

Durable Carbide Tip

For Longer Life in Concrete and Hard Aggregate

The Milwaukee 3/4 in. x 4 in. x 6 in. Carbide Hammer Drill Bit uses sharpened carbide to deliver up to 5x longer life in concrete and up to 2x faster drilling into masonry materials. Engineered with a precision ground tip, these masonry drill bits deliver faster starts and less walking in concrete, brick and block. The carbide-tipped masonry drill bits' wide flute design removes dust faster, reducing heat and delivering more holes per charge. Each bit is equipped with a 3-flat shank, providing users with better grip and control. The extended life of the Milwaukee Carbide Hammer Drill Bits provides the ideal solution in concrete, brick and block for cordless and corded hammer drill/drivers.
  • Sharpened carbide edges for faster starts in concrete, brick and block
  • Precision ground carbide tip for less bit walking
  • Wide flute design removes dust faster reducing heat & delivering more holes per charge
  • 3-flat secure grip prevents bit from slipping in chuck
  • For use in hammer drill drivers
  • Ideal for concrete, brick and block
  • Available in sizes up to 1 in.
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Questions & Answers

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Q:Can this be used for natural stone?
by|Nov 10, 2022
1 Answer
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A:  Hi Alton- These bits are for use with a hammer drill/driver in concrete, block, and brick.

by|Nov 20, 2022
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    Q:Can this bit drill in quartz
    by|Oct 29, 2022
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    A:  Hello! This bit is for use in concrete, block, and brick.

    by|Nov 18, 2022
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      Q:will this bit drill through 2" thick limestone slab?
      by|Oct 13, 2022
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      A:  Hello! This Bit is ideal for use in Concrete, Brick and Block

      by|Oct 21, 2022
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        Q:Will this bit be okay to drill through a 2x6 and then through concrete?
        by|Jul 11, 2022
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        A:  Yes

        by|Oct 11, 2022
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  Yes. The hole in the wood might not be very pretty. You might consider drilling most of the way through the board first with a conventional bit, and then switching to the masonry bit to finish the board and do the concrete. The board will not harm the masonry bit.

          by|Oct 11, 2022
            1 found this answer helpful

            A:  I wouldn't as it's designed for concrete. Use an appropriate wood drill bit until you're through the board then switch to the concrete drill bit.

            by|Oct 11, 2022
              1 found this answer helpful

              A:  It would be better to drill a 3/8 hole through the wood first and then drill with this bit. Remember you need a hammer drill to use this bit effectively.

              by|Dec 4, 2022
                2 found this answer helpful
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                Customer Reviews

                4.6 out of 5
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                It was easy to drill the ceiling where I installed...
                It was easy to drill the ceiling where I installed my ceiling fan.
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                didn't even last a day
                bought this about 2 hours ago and on the third whole I started drilling it was done
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                  Longer but skinnier
                  [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This drill bit is longer than my other bits of the same width (1/4") It's great it's longer. I think maybe they are skinnier for concrete because concrete will kinda dust as you drill while wood doesn't. It fits in easy and well into my drill which is a Milwaukee quick release type, so that's all that matters, since I eyeball the drill bit needed for any given scenario anyway.
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                    Works great!
                    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This drill bit works great. I make tumblers and this drill bit came in handy to drill my holes so I can string lights on it! It made a smooth hole! I have nothing bad to say about this product! Will be getting other sizes!
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                      Great Drill Bit!
                      [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I like the look of it and the red is a nice fit with the Milwaukee brand. The bit fits nice into the chuck. There was no wabble when driving. It holds up well when driving into wood. Overall great bit.
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                        Great accessory for drill.
                        [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have a drill. But this drill bit is something that must be in all tool boxes great for drilling holes in concrete especially cinder blocks and bricks. It works amazing easy to use and I look forward to purchasing more from Milwaukee tool brand.
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                          Best and easiest drill bit I have ever used for concrete block. It cut like a hot knife through ...
                          Best and easiest drill bit I have ever used for concrete block. It cut like a hot knife through butter. I will never buy another brand - this drill bit is a gamechanger for me.
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                          Used this to install some 12mm anchors in a concrete slab. Next time I would probably use a 1/2-...
                          Used this to install some 12mm anchors in a concrete slab. Next time I would probably use a 1/2-inch, instead of the 7/16-inch. This bit, in my Milwaukee M18 Fuel hammer drill made short work of installing the four anchors.
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                          Great Drill bit! I’m beginning a project to put a new door on my cinder block storage building i...
                          Great Drill bit! I’m beginning a project to put a new door on my cinder block storage building in the back yard and this bit goes right through the cinder blocks with no problem whatsoever. The bit is 12” long bit with a usable 10” length. It is 1/4” in diameter. I use this with an inexpensive single speed hammer drill. There are instructions on the back of the packaging indicating this bit should be used on high speed for concrete, brick and cinder block. The length of the bit allows for installing bolts all the way through the cinder blocks for extra security. Out of curiosity, I tried the bit on a brick and some concrete. While slower at penetrating the brick and the concrete, it did a good job of penetrating both. This bit does a great job!
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                          This 3/4" carbide bit from Milwaukee has a sharp tipped edge, making it easier to drill hard conc...
                          This 3/4" carbide bit from Milwaukee has a sharp tipped edge, making it easier to drill hard concrete, block and even rock granite. This drill bit can be used with a hammer or impact action. The sharpened tip allows this 3/4" drill bit to easily start into hard surfaces with no wobble, and makes drilling larger bit projects easier. Highly recommended for larger hole applications.
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