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Freeman PFL618BR 3-in-1 Pneumatic Flooring Nailer

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  • Shoots three types of fasteners without changing magazine rail T-cleats L-cleats and staples
  • Anodized aluminum and oil-less parts for extended wear
  • Durable plastic carrying case
  • Interchangeable floor plates for different thicknesses of flooring
  • 7-year limited warranty
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Freeman PFL618BR 3-in-1 Pneumatic Flooring Nailer + BOSTITCH FLN-200 2-Inch Flooring L-Nail, 1000-Per Box + Porta-Nail 42620 Flooring Nail/Staple Setting Tool
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Technical Details
Part Number PFL618BR
Item Weight12 pounds
Product Dimensions16.8 x 3.5 x 22.8 inches
Item model numberPFL618BR
Power Sourceair-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
Warranty DescriptionProfessional 7-Year Limited Warranty - Parts and Labor
  
Additional Information
ASINB002EVPO54
Best Sellers Rank #14,599 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight23.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 8, 2009
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Freeman PFL618BR 3-in-1 flooring stapler, T-Cleat, and L-Cleat nailer combination is the work horse in the Freeman line-up. Our gun shoots both cleated nails and staples. It shoots 15.5- and 16-gauge staples ranging from 1 to 2 inches, and "L/T" cleats ranging from 1-1/2 inches to 2 inches. The 3-in-1 magazine has a capacity of 100-120 staples/cleats. The body of this gun is constructed of durable die-cast aluminum for job site dependability for daily use. It comes with two composite non-marring base plates for added stability and protection against scratches to the flooring surface. The interchangeable base plates allow you to install 1/2- to 3/4-inch nail-down flooring. It provides a convenient long reach handle with a padded grip. Internally, the driver blade is constructed of a very tough heat-treated one-piece hardened steel, aluminum cylinder, high quality rubber o-rings, and internal air filter. This tool comes with carrying case, oil, wrenches, goggles, and a no-mar white rubber mallet. This tool is manufactured under the strict guidelines for quality control. Each gun is tested before it is approved for shipping. Freeman Pneumatic line of nailers was developed with the professional in mind. Our company has worked diligently to develop a product that could meet the demands of the Professional customer and still hold true to the value associated with our product and its price point. Freeman guns are sold, distributed, serviced, and warranted by a US company, Prime Global Products, Inc. PGP is proud to offer our nailers to professionals and do-it-yourselfers alike. Freeman nail guns are backed by our 7-year limited warranty. If your Freeman tool ever needs service please read our warranty policy for complete details.

Product Description

Freeman PFL618BR Features: -3-in-1 Flooring gun with hard case. -Anodized aluminum magazine. -Air filter / anti dust cap. -One piece driver blade. -Interchangeable face plates. -White rubber mallet. -Durable plastic case. -Oil, goggles and wrenches included. -3-in-1 design fastening system. -7 Year limited warranty. -Dimensions: 22.75" H x 16.75" W x 3.5" D. Specifications: -Fastener gauge: 15.5 (staples) 16 (cleats). -Fastener range: 1.5" - 2" and 0.25" crown staples from 1.5 - 2". -Operating pressure: 70 - 115 psi. -Magazine capacity: 100 - 120 pcs.

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Customer Reviews

No jams, no misfires.
Blazer
This one is well worth buying for a one time use since it will save you money in the long run if you are flooring an entire house.
William F. McMillen Sr.
We installed 1,200 sq ft of solid cherry flooring without one problem.
Paul Davis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

142 of 148 people found the following review helpful By Corkery Woodworks on October 3, 2010
I am a flooring contractor and after using $480 flooring nailers for the past 7 years, I can say this is well worth it. My previous nailer bit the dust in the middle of a job and I rented one from "rip off Depot" and after spending $70 on a day and a half rental I figured I would order this one to at least get me past this flooring job and then cross my fingers for the next. I can honestly say that this is as good or better than both of my Bostich staple nailer and cleat nailer (each over $450!!!). Also, keep this in mind, all these nailers are made in China, none are made in the USA anymore. Bostich or aka Stanley used to make their nailers in the USA and it was worth the price but they have since fired all they american laborers and have not lowered their prices dispite the 1/4 cost of building the nailer since being built in China, now they are made in China for about 1/4 the cost and the rest is now in the wallets of CEO's of Stanley/Bostich so it really doesn't matter anymore( damn shame to). Stanley /Bostich is simply riding on their name. All the brands are pretty much the same now a-days unfortunetly. The 7 year warranty caught my eye and is key. This is definetly a no brainer. Here are a few obvious perks ...

Freeman Nailer ($190) 7 year warranty - Bostich - ($470 +) 7 year warranty
Freeman Nailer T, L & Staples ($190) Bostich - Staples only! want L cleats? Spend another $470 ($960+)
Freeman Made in China Bostich - Made in China
Freeman Decent durable plastic Carrying Case Bostich - Cardboard Box & some used tape
Freeman Parts - Aluminum Bostitch Parts - "aircraft grade aluminum" i.e. ...um, Aluminum!
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Anj on August 29, 2010
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Great price, beats renting that's why i got it obviously.

Did about 1,200sqf on the first job with a few jams (probably not oiling enough) but that wasn't a problem.

Very nice finish on the gun, handles great.

On the second job the piston or whatever is inside just wouldn't return the actuator and is audibly leaking air. I think i was just hitting this thing to hard and it couldn't take the abuse. Not sure what broke down. The website says 7 years limited warranty.

I would love a replacement but now i have to ship it to the company (not Amazon, which sucks) so not sure if it is worth the time and the fees involved. It already cost me time to drive around and rent a replacement, then drive to return it. Probably spent double already with all the stoppages.

If you are doing a small project (a room or two) then this is definitely your tool.

If another job comes about i will be probably considering something more heavy duty. Still undecided if I will go through with the repair process.

Reliability is more important then an eye catching price. That applies to all products, doesn't matter if it was made in China or say Ohio.

-- update

Very, very, very good customer service. Got the tool replaced in 3 days no hassle whatsoever.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By R. Horn on August 24, 2009
Invested about 1/3 the price of a name brand pneumatic flooring nailer and installed about 3500 square feet of hardwood flooring without a hitch. No miss fires, jams and worked to perfection. Light weight, easy to load and built solid. Would recommend with no problem
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Steve O. on May 8, 2010
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I purchased 900 sq. feet of hardwood flooring to replace some worn carpeting in our house and decided to try installing it myself. Since I was doing the job over several weeks, renting a flooring nailer at $30/day was not practical so I decided to purchase one. I purchased the Freeman based on the reviews, reasonable cost, warranty and availability of replacement parts. The gun arrived in a nice case with a sturdy hammer and an easy to understand manual. I never had a nail jam and the gun worked great but about halfway through the first room the driver blade failed to retract after firing a nail. This happened a few times despite making sure the tool was oiled before operation. It could sometimes be remedied by pulling back on the magazine spring, but I did have to remove the drive guide a couple of times to correct it.

I called Freeman's 800 number and spoke with a very helpful person who suggested I try a test involving my compressor and call back with the results. Unfortunately, the problem persisted. When I called back again I was told that they were very sorry I experienced problems with their product and they would replace the nailer and send me a return shipping label for the defective tool. I was expecting to get the label in the mail, return the defective tool and then get the replacement as that is how most companies operate. I was very surprised to have a brand new nailer arrive a few days later with the return shipping label enclosed. This is clearly a company that stands behind their products with outstanding customer service. The other reviewers of this nailer reported trouble free operation but problems can occur with any tool, even the most expensive.
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