|Item Weight||2.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.2 x 12.5 x 3.4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||SB-2IN1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year limited warranty|
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BOSTITCH SB-2IN1 2-In-1 Narrow Crown Stapler/18-gauge Brad Nailer
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- 5/8- to 1-5/8 18-gauge brad nailer and 1/2- to 1-1/2-inch 18 crown staple combo tool
- Adjustable depth dial; tool-free directional exhaust; 135-inch-pounds driving power
- Nail lock-out feature eliminates dry firing; magazine holds 100 nails
- Includes 1/4-inch air fitting, 1,000 1 5/8-inch nails, 1,000 1-inch staples, carrying case hex wrench extra no-mar tip and oil
- Measures 9-1/4-inches (length); weighs just 2.6-pounds; 7-year warranty
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¼-inch air fitting, 1,000 2-inch brad nails, 1,000 1-inch staples, carrying case hex wrench extra no-mar tip and oil.
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Top Customer Reviews
First off you should never try driving brads with this gun because the firing head is the width of a staple and leaves huge depressions in the wood for driving a brad. Might be fine for paint grade furniture or trim, but not stained.
Secondly, don't try driving 5/8" brads with this gun, constantly jambs because the nails have to travel on a track inside the loading rail and they don't quite make it to the firing pin.
Third, not enough power to countersink staples into plywood.
Fourth, it is difficult to aim where a brad is going because the firing pin is really designed for staples.
Fifth, after using it for awhile driving brads you will find that the staple will recieve uneven pressure driving the staple on either side because of the firing pin being worn on one side by the brads.
Spend the money and buy a seperate staple and brad gun. Stanley Bostitch is a great company but unfortunately with this product they fell short.
I have not used this tool much but about a third of my time so far has been spent fixing jams and the loading assembly. The loading magazine spring popped out, the magazine does not secure positively and it jams from time to time.
This is the worst Stanley branded tool I own. Looking for a replacement.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Unfortunately I wish I could say that I love this nail gun, but is the opposite.
I bought it because I was a big fan of Bostitch but, this one was designed and assemble... Read more
the spring that holds the staple door/slide fell off with in the first few hours. And Of course I could not find it. I had to use a stick wedged under the lever to hold it closed. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought this for my husband and he loves it.
Very easy to use and does the job
Looked everywhere for this and found
it on here. Read more
this is a good product, used many times. had two before this one but lost them in flood.Published 7 months ago by Keith Stoltz
light use may be total active time less than a hour, dead.
I bought two guns $260 or so, N62FN and SB-2IN1, I repaied N62FN two times myself, now SB-2IN1 no brad come... Read more
I liked this little gun pretty well when I first bought it. I mainly wanted a crown stapler for stapling cedar shingles, and it worked well for that purpose. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Phil