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BOSTITCH GF28WW Cordless Wire Weld Framing Nailer

4.1 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
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  • Adjustable Rafter Hook allows users to hang tool on rafters and joists
  • Low Nail Lock-out prevents dry fire and extends tool life
  • Depth Adjustment for precise countersink adjustments
  • Over-Molded Comfort Grip
  • Full Range drives 3 1/2-Inch nails
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Product Description

Product Description

The cordless framing nailer delivers up 700 inch-pounds of force through an internal combustion engine. Its patented adjustable depth guide allows users to precisely set nails at desired depths in a matter of seconds. Additionally, the tools low nail lock-out mechanism prevents dry fire and extends the life of the tool. Bostitch maximized user comfort with an over-molded rubber grip and adjustable rafter hook.

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Ideal for framing crews, remodelers, and general contractors, the Bostitch GF28WW Cordless Wire Weld Framing Nailer is a lightweight and portable tool designed for framing, subflooring, sheathing, and more. Its user-friendly features offer efficiency and convenience, and its fuel cell and battery combine to give you a powerful alternative to heavy and bulky corded tools.

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GF28WW Cordless Wire Weld Framing Nailer
At a Glance:
  • Energy efficient gas combustion engine
  • Over-molded rubber grip maximizes comfort and minimizes fatigue
  • Adjustable depth guide sets nails to desired depths
  • Adjustable rafter hook allows for hanging from rafters and joists
  • Low nail lock-out prevents dry fire and extends tool life
  • Ni-Cd battery completes full charge in one hour
  • Drives 28-degree wire weld framing nails
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GF28WW Framing Nailer - Over-molded rubber grip
Over-molded rubber grip maximizes comfort and minimizes fatigue. View larger.
GF28WW Framing Nailer - Low nail lock-out
Low nail lock-out prevents dry fire and extends tool life. View larger.
Battery/Fuel Combo for Cordless Convenience
Enjoy the flexibility and portability of the Bostitch GF28WW, which offers the power of a pneumatic nailer without the messy cords and noisy compressor. At 8.3 pounds, this cordless nailer lets you move quickly and efficiently around the jobsite, completing big projects with less time and energy.

The GF28WW owes its portability to the combined power of a battery and fuel cell. The nickel-cadmium battery, which is included, is rechargeable and completes a full charge in just one hour. The replaceable red-accented framing fuel cell has an average life of 1,200 nails (fuel cell not included).

Adjustable Depth of Drive and Low Nail Lock-Out
Designed for a variety of jobs, including framing, fencing, trussing, decking, and sidewall sheathing, the Bostitch GF28WW is a powerful tool that offers precision and efficiency. Featuring a 66-nail magazine, the Bostitch GF28WW drives 2 inch to 3-1/2 inch, 28-degree, wire weld framing nails. An adjustable depth guide allows you to quickly set the nails to your desired depth, and a low nail lock-out feature prevents dry fire, extends tool life, and keeps you from firing an empty tool and marring the surface of your work piece.

Designed for All-Day Comfort
For optimum usability, the GF28WW features an over-molded rubber grip. The grip offers comfort for all-day projects and maximizes handling control for consistent, precise application. When it's time to take a break, just use the nailer's adjustable rafter hook to hang it on rafters and joists until you're ready to start again.2-year warranty

The Bostitch GF28WW is backed by a manufacturer's two-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Bostitch GF28WW Cordless Wire Weld Framing Nailer, rechargeable battery, battery charger, wrench, safety glasses, manual, cleaning guide, warranty card, and carry case.



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Technical Details

Part Number GF28WW
Item Weight 8.3 pounds
Product Dimensions 13.2 x 4.2 x 14 inches
Item model number GF28WW
Size 1
Power Source cordless-electric
Item Package Quantity 1
Included Components case
Warranty Description 2 year, limited warranty

Additional Information

ASIN B003BVJU4C
Customer Reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #155,892 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#74 in Automotive > Tools & Equipment > Welding Equipment > Welding Equipment & Accessories > Welding Wire
Shipping Weight 15.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available March 21, 2010

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Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

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Bostitch copied most of the Paslode features including misfiring. There's nothing more fustrating than have your work lined up and then have the gun not fire a nail. Also, it only comes with one battery, and nowhere to get another one. What do I do while I'm waiting for the battery to charge? I bought it only because I own a regular Bostitch nailer and wanted a cordless unit that took the same nails.
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Purchased from Menards on sale and was very excited to try out. Was light weight and very portable to use. Drove nails deep up to 3 1/2 inch ring shank. Loved the gun when it was firing. Get into a position on a ladder holding insulation balancing a 2x4 and push and "did not fire or cycle" not once but several times. Would fire 5-10 nail then rest and reposition myself then would not fire. Read through instructions,called Manards couldn't find toll free number to resolve on the instructions or at Menards. Instructions made troubleshooting suggestions for not working, which I tryed and read several times with no results. Returned to store for refund and wasted a 1/2 fooling around and frustrated with product. Will wait for Masterforce cordless copycat then purchase extended warranty when it fails return direct to store for new one or buy an air driven. Would have liked better service understanding and would probably have kept, if I thought issues could have been resolved with Bostitch not Menards. Price was reasonable on sale and of high quality. Should have had a gas charge and a extra battery with kit like most electrics since the value is there.
I am a construction worker and have been using different tools of different caliber for 30 years and have a very good understanding of the limits and function of power tools. I have used Hilti,Milwaukee,Ridgid,Panosonic,Ridge,Port-a-cable,Greenlee,Gardner/Bender and Bosch commerial tools for years. Have had disappointments over the years with Sears(never again) Arrow electric staplers( broke after 1 brick of staples) Everything coming from China and Tawain is getting lower in quality and will not handle normal everyday use and have a life span based on times used. Purchase the warranty if you buy cheap or throw it away, or purchase quality and send in for repair if ever needed.
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I purchased the cordless nailer to compliment my air nailer on a house I am building. I thought it would be convient, and give me an extra nailer when I had help. Unfortunately it wasn't worth the wait it took to receive my order. The nailer arrived in 5 business days, but the fuel cells took 9 business days. I used the nailer for 1-1/2 days before it started to misfire on a frequent basis. I had more misfires on this nailer in 1/2 a day than I've had in 22 years of using air nailers. I expected more from Bostich, I have 7 other Bostich air nailers that I would I highly reccomend, but not the cordless model for serious users.
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So far the Bostitch cordless wire weld framinng nailer has been great.I just wish it had come with a second battery.
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Good tool for doing punchlist work. Takes some getting used to when it recycles.
This is not a replacement tool for my compressor and hose operated gun as it is slower to recycle.
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I had this gun for about a week. I returned it. Here are the reasons:

Doesn't always fire when you pull the trigger. Yes, I would fully push the tip against the wood.

Doesn't drive nails all the way. I was using 3 inch ring shanks and 2x PT material.
All in all a disapointment. I have other Bostich guns and they have all served me well, I will continue to buy them. I just don't feel this product is up to the standard that it should be.

The reason I had bought this gun was to do punchlist and small jobs. I will now just bring a small pancake and an air powered gun with me.
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I've been using this nailer for almost two years now, mostly for small jobs or punch-list work that don't warrant lugging out the compressor. I bought this because I also use Bostitch framing nailers and liked the idea of using the nails interchangably. Unfortunately this gun is a big disappointment. In a pinch, I still reach for this nailer, but I always prefer an air powered gun.

* Dry-fires a LOT. On one project I found myself firing twice almost every time just to get a nail out before I gave up and brought out the compressor. I can't figure out if the pusher is too loose (doesn't seem like it), or what. Can't be good for the tool.
* Jams frequently, requiring you to clear it. The worst part though is clearing a jam requires getting out an alan wrench to open it up. I've taken to keeping an alan wrench in the case because I need it so often.
* Small magazine. Only holds 66 nails (which makes no sense, because nails come in sticks of 25).
* Battery is Ni-Cd and never seems to hold a charge after being in storage for more than a couple days. I've gotten used to using Li-Ion batteries and it's a huge difference.

After two years, why is there no newer model from Bostitch that addresses these issues? I would still like a gas-fired nailer that uses the same nails as my air framing gun. Every time I've picked up a Paslode I haven't had any issues of dry-firing or jams. The only reason I haven't switched is the thought of having to carry around yet another kind of nails.
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