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BOSTITCH N80CB-1 Round Head 1-1/2 to 3-1/4-Inch Coil Framing Nailer


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  • Powerful coil framing nailer for framing, seathing, subflooring, roof decking, siding, and fencing
  • Contact-trip trigger; large-capacity magazine
  • Aluminum housing
  • Accomodates nails from 1-1/2 to 3-1/4 inches
  • Weighs just 8 pounds; 7-year warranty; made in the USA
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Part Number N80CB-1
Item Weight10 pounds
Product Dimensions12.1 x 5.6 x 13 inches
OriginUSA
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Item model numberN80CB-1
ColorBostitch Gold and Black
Power Sourceair-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
  
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ASINB0000225IH
Best Sellers Rank #62,955 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
  
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A popular model among builders who work on high-repetition projects like trusses and prefabricated frames, Bostitch's utility coil nailer offers huge capacity and solid reliability. When fully loaded, this nailer certainly isn't the lightest tool you could choose, but when you can drive 300 nails without having to reload, you quickly appreciate the timesaving capacity. With its aluminum housing and composite canister, this gun is a tough piece of equipment, designed to hold up to bumps and falls--the inevitable beating nailers take on a job site. The nailer's aggressive teeth easily grip lumber for toe-nailing. An adjustable deflector conveniently directs exhaust away from the user, and a quick-release canister makes loading new coils a snap. We were impressed with how solid the whole unit feels--it has the burliness of an industrial-strength machine. This model shoots 1-1/2- to 3-1/4-inch, 15-degree, wire-weld-collated, full-head nails, and weighs just over 8 pounds empty. Note: this model does not have adjustable drive depth. --Jonathon Tudor

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Customer Reviews

"Hey, throw me a coil of nails."
Mark Mueller
I would strongly recomend it to anyone looking for a good nailer.
Collin Corso
Loading is easy and rarely have had a jam.
"samvlad"

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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Marlowe Paul on March 12, 2000
I have two N80's I haven't had any problems with them at all.When loaded with a full coil of nails working over head you have a hand full,but you have a lot more nails in the gun then you would in a strip nailer. For roof and floor sheeting it can't be beat.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Mark Mueller on September 28, 2005
I have been in construction for 15 years. I have 3 of these guns and I'll tell you from a durability point of view you can't beat it. I see my guys beat the heck out of these guns and they don't fail. When i say, "Beat the heck out of them" I don't just mean the day in and day out firing, I mean turning it over and using the back or the tip to smack studs over to layout lines or to flush up just about anything. The coil bay is easily adjustable to fit any size nail. Reliability? I have seen reviews on here that there are mis-fires and jams. You are going to have a jam on this gun for one of 3 reasons.

1. Your little weenie air compressor doesn't have the PSI to push it.

2. You have droped the coil of nails and the tips are bent together. If this happens uncoil the nails, step on one end of the coil and stretch them out and re-coil them.

3. Sometimes during the first few shots you will see a problem such as above due to the extreme capacity of the coil of nails. Use the tool for an hour and you know what's wrong. A nail head is being wedged into one of the interior coils, flip the gun counter-clockwise in your hand and it's a simple process of pushing straightening the coil with your finger or another nail, takes like 2 seconds.

Anyone who has carried 15 pounds (exageration) of stick nails in their pouch knows how heavy they are and how fast they actually go, so you are constantly walking to the nail box and then, which is really fun when you are sheathing a roof. "Hey, throw me a coil of nails." Yea, you can throw these things up to guys on the roof, or on the 2nd floor because they are big enough and heavy enough to easily throw, try throwing like 300 stick nails up to someone.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 22, 2003
I was weary of purchasing this tool since it's drive force is a little less than some other models, but it hasn't let me down. I've used it on walls, decks, floors, roofs, you name it. I've shot thousands of nails with only 1 misfire! And that was because the nail coil was defective. Sometimes it didn't counter-sink the nail when toenailing, but I found if I held the trigger in longer and held the gun from re-coiling, it worked fine. It has no trouble at all giving a 1/8" countersink to 3" nails, even in knot-filled wood. Buy this nailer, you won't be disappointed.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By "samvlad" on December 2, 2002
I've used this nailer on several framing projects and not been disapointed. It's compact design allows easy access to most tight places. Coil load averages about 300 nails so I spend more time shooting than loading. Loading is easy and rarely have had a jam. It's a little heavier due to the coil load but the advantages out weigh the weight. Can be set up for contact nailing which speeds things along. Nailer has crowned head that grabs wood for toe nailing. At 100 psi drive the nails with about 1/8" countersink. Great product, reliable, durable.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Barry Johnson on January 2, 2004
I bought this nailer to speed the building of a 12x16 shed by myself. It paid for itself on that project alone and worth every cent.
Pros:
1. More nailing, less reloading(like I said).
2. Great size for tight spaces.
3. Great balance even fully loaded.
4. Plently of power.
5. TOUGH, dropped on a six foot ladder, picked it up and got back to work without pause.
Cons:
1. Can only toenail from left side in REALLY tight spaces due to the feed mechanism on right side(not that big an issue).
2. Not the best gun for rapid nail switchs, so if you have to switch often between 12D and 8D ring for small jobs it can be a pain.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 9, 2003
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Pros:
+ I've never had a jam with this gun.
+ The coil feed is great, you almost never have to load and you don't have to carry around extra nails like you do with a stick feed.
+ The weight isn't a problem at all, I don't even notice it with a full coil of nails. It doesn't seem any heavier than my PC Finish Nailer.
Note:
When I first got this gun I had a lot of double and triple shots but I solved that when I replaced the trigger with the much safer and easier to use sequential trigger -- included and easy to install. I highly recommend replacing the trigger... don't know why it comes with the bump trigger installed by default.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "kaen3e" on January 10, 2003
this is the second N80 i have purchased. the last one was 9 years old before retiring and she didn't go quietly. i have used senco and paslode stick framers in the past but instead of reaching to reload i just seem to reach for the bostich. a huge bonus is that it fits everywhere a stick nailer won't.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Brent Phillips on October 14, 2000
I am a framer by trade and have 5 N-80's, they are a very dependable tool.The large nail capacity and full round headed nails are its biggest assets. Some of the drawbacks with the coil gun compared to the stick is that sometimes the coil of nails gets bound up in the magazine and needs to be straightend out.When toenailing it doesn't sink the heads as well as the stick.
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