|Item Weight||7.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 4 x 11 inches|
|Item model number||MCN150|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||7 Year Limited Warranty|
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BOSTITCH MCN-150 StrapShot Metal Connector Nailer
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- Exposed nail tip places fastener point directly into connector holes for a faster, more precise application
- Drives 1-1/2-inch Strapshot fasteners as well as all other paper tape collated metal connector nails (.131 - .148 diameter)
- At 4.6 pounds, the tool is up to 50% lighter than competitive models
- In-line magazine offers improved balance for added maneuverability
- Compact design fits easily into hard to reach spaces; 7-year warranty
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The Bostitch STRAPSHOT Metal Connector Nailer (MCN-150) is the perfect tool for all types of metal connectors. Its exposed nail tip places the fastener point directly into connector holes for a faster, more precise application. It has a built in safety that prevents the tool from firing when not placed properly into the connector hole. The Bostitch STRAPSHOT Metal Connector Nailer (MCN-150) drives 1-1/2-inch, 35 degree Paper Tape Metal Connector Nails to secure any type of metal connector plate. These nails come specially hardened to ensure that if there is a misfire it can still drive through the metal connector plate safely.
One of the features that set the Bostitch STRAPSHOT Metal Connector Nailer (MCN-150) apart from similar nailers is its size. Its compact design fits easily into hard to reach spaces including 12 inches on center studs (MCN150 only 10-1/2 inches tall). The tool is up to 50% lighter than competitive models for reduced fatigue and added maneuverability. The in line magazine also helps maneuverability by fitting into corners easily. Its low nail lockout feature prevents jams by preventing cycling with less than 5 nails for added safety. The tool also comes with hardened steel wear guards to protect the tool and adjustable exhaust to conveniently direct air away from the user. Finally, Bostitch has included a carrying case and our exclusive 7-Year Limited Warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
That being said: There are two cons to this tool. It only holds small clips of nails (24, i think) so you are constantly reloading, but even with a clip of 50 you would be reloading often because of the speed that you can shoot. When nailing off long Simpson type straps, you really notice this. The other con is the fact that you can only shoot 1.5" nails. Which is a bummer here in California, where longer nails are often required. But apparently they now have the MCN-250 which addresses both of these issues. I will be ordering one of those also.
I have also used the Hitachi NR65AK, which is good, but I really think the Bostitch is better and for the price of the Hitachi you could order both Bostitch models and still be in the same ballpark.
One last thing. You can use other companies nails in a pinch. The manual stressed using only Bostitch Nails, but I was forced to use Senco at one point. They work OK but jam in the track occasionally due to burs on the nails. But they'll get you through.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have a lot of simpson steel to install? You have to get this gun, blazes through installing hangers, etc.Published 8 days ago by Roger Ramjet
Great tool and a great idea...so much better than having to hammer the fasteners.Published 11 days ago by Edward D. Duclos
Tool broke while I was screwing the air adapter on it. I tried to get it repaired by Amazon because tool ordered under one year but cannot. Tool is flimsy and I do not recommend.Published 2 months ago by FRANK D.
Seemed pricey for a single purpose tool, but after going through 2000 nails in a couple hours, it paid for itself. My arm and fingers thanked me.Published 3 months ago by bigcat 75
I always have been having problems with both of these guns and have not used them much since they have been defective... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Wow, I must have saved 2 days of work and my back with this thing. Not one missfire.
My new favorite tool, for sure.
This gun worked well for nailing a variety of metal connectors - over 1,000 nails so far with out a single misfire. Read morePublished 4 months ago by James L. Morgan