|Item Weight||4.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 3 x 11.5 inches|
|Item model number||SFN64|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year on gun body, 30 days on wearable parts. See Warranty card for complete details at www.numaxtools.com|
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NuMax SFN64 2-1/2-Inch Straight Finish Nailer
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PS. Many moons later... The lean-to roof (both ply and shingles) is still solidly on, through several storms of at least 70 mph, though not a real hours-on-end hurricane: haven't had one on Long Island since I put it up. In the meantime I've used it for cabinet work in 3/4" ply (with glue) and for attaching face frames: a lot quicker than screws, very solid, and easy to invisibly fill the holes.
I have given this thing one year to work out its issues. It has never functioned properly from day one. It's unreliable and frustrating. I've finally had enough of it:
It misfires often, despite my using top quality nails, adequate air pressure, and daily oiling. I've tried using it with both a smaller and larger air compressor, with the same results.
It doesn't like to be fired sideways. It doesn't like to be fired upside-down. Its rubber nose leaves black marks on painted surfaces. It sometimes dry-fires nearly as often as it shoots a nail, until you disconnect it from the air hose, reconnect it, dry fire one blank, and then MAYBE it's ready to get back to work!
It's also extremely awkward to remove a partial clip of nails from this gun if you happen to be changing the length of nails you are shooting; forcing you to disassemble the nosepiece and use a putty knife to extricate them.
I recommend that prospective purchasers save up for a better quality, name-brand version of this type of tool, unless you enjoy having your nail gun shoot a blank while you're on a ladder, trying by yourself to tack a 12 foot long piece of crown molding to the ceiling. (Uh, yeah, it's not fun...)
At least it only cost me fifty bucks (plus five hundred dollars worth of frustration) to learn that this thing only LOOKS LIKE my ol' reliable Porter Cable. NuMax brand? No likey.
On the negative side... says a one year warranty, but most of the seals and items that can wear only have 30 days.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Can't beat it for the price. Worked well. Depth control not precise, but overall good value for the occasional, small project user.Published 2 days ago by Handyhound
I'm using this for work around the house. I couldn't come close to finding another 16 gauge nailer in this price range. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Lloyd Christmas
Went to the big-box store looking for a finish nailer for my project. Cheapest I could find was $150.00. Read morePublished 16 days ago by TB - White Lake
Used it to install interior trim in shop. Works well. Customer support ... excellent.Published 18 days ago by RG
Absolutely can't beat it for the price. Used on one small job so far and worked flawlessly driving 2 1/2" nails.Published 24 days ago by JBin360
I have been using air nailers for a long time, of course, when I retired the guns I used the most were worn-out. Read morePublished 1 month ago by polar