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NuMax SFR2190 21 Degree Framing Nailer

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Product Description

Includes 21 Degree 3-1/2 in. Full Rounded Framing Nailer - SFR2190, Air Connector, Adjustment Tools, Lubricating Oil, Anti-Dust Cap

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The NuMax SFR2190 21-Degree full-head framing nailer can be used for variety of applications, such as framing, roof and wall sheathing, siding installation, wood box assembly, and fencing. It shoots 21-Degree nails ranging in size from 2 to 3-1/2-Inch, and features a 360-Degree exhaust. The body of this gun is constructed of die-cast magnesium for low weight and durability, giving it the same feel and dependability as the most expensive guns on the market. The SFR2190 also has interchangeable triggers for single or contact firing. The driver blade is constructed of very tough heat-treated one-piece hardened steel. This tool is manufactured under the strict guidelines for quality control. NuMax guns are sold, distributed, serviced, and warranted by a US company, Prime Global Products, Inc. PGP is proud to offer our nailers to the professional and Do-it Yourselfers alike. NuMax nail guns are backed by our 1 Year Limited Warranty. If your NuMax tool ever needs service please read our warranty policy for complete details.


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Part Number SFR2190
Item Weight0.2 ounces
Product Dimensions20 x 6.5 x 14.2 inches
Item model numberSFR2190
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
Warranty Description1 Year on gun body, 30 days on wearable parts. See Warranty card for complete details at www.numaxtools.com
  
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ASINB0032JTDPO
Best Sellers Rank #3,666 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableJanuary 18, 2010
  
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66 of 67 people found the following review helpful By 1 Man Army on August 18, 2012
Very impressive nailer. Purchased this nailer to build a shed. I had originally purchased a different nailer from a discount brick and mortar chain. When unpacked, gun did not have the features advertised such as a single shot trigger. As I am a novice nailer and not looking to nail my foot to the floor or worse, the gun was quickly returned. I saw this gun while doing a search. Liked the features, reviews, and the price. I was able to get this from a major brick and mortar home improvement center at a considerably lower price including shipping. That said, this gun is impressive. Dual triggers (single shot is factory installed, bump trigger is included in box to be switched in as desired), depth adjustment, abiility to see when nail supply is running low, and simplistic operation. No jams as of yet firing 2 3/8 full round nails. Excellent penetration. I see guns with similar features selling for a lot more. If you're a contractor maybe it might make sense to pay more. Maybe. But if you're a DIY'er looking for a good gun for occassional use, this gun makes a lot more sense. UPDATE- Utilized this gun to quickly build a small modular protective shed for my generator during Hurricane Sandy. Had my first jam. Easily cleared and kept on rocking. Great purchase.
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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By MrBios VINE VOICE on October 23, 2013
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Update: 03-05-2015
After sitting on the shelf for 6 months I got the nailer out while making a Form for a concrete driveway. I used the nailer to lengthen a 2x4x12'. I did this by butting two 2x4's and then overlapping the joint with another 2x4. I shot the nails at a 30 degree angle and set the depth adjuster so the nail head stuck out (simulating a Duplex Nail) for easy dis-assembly after the pour. Worked great but I'm glad I didn't spend $300 on a nailer that I only use once in a while.

Update: 07-2014
My nailer has been sitting on the shelf gathering dust as I completed most of my projects for now so I'm glad I didn't spend $200+. This is the reality for a non-professional like me.

Safety:
Woodgrain, knots, a broken nail or screw can deflect the nail towards the hand holding the board unexpected and in random ways. Approximately, 45,000 people per year go to the hospital with nail injuries and 65% come from using a nailer in bump fire mode. Take your time and work carefully. Home owners get hurt about 5x more often than pros. Don't let your guard down and when it is getting too dark to see clearly it's time to quit. I had a close-call so put safety first.

The 'Perfect Nailer?'
Be careful not to expect perfection from this or any nail gun. On a larger repetitive production project like nailing 2x4's to build a frame you are likely to get very consistent results. But with different types of wood including old dry red wood, or shooting small / short ring shank nails results will vary and after reading a glowing review of this or a much more expensive brand name nail gun it is easy to feel let down by the tool.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By B. Thrasher on December 17, 2013
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I have nailed ~1500 3-1/4-Inch x .131 and ~3000 2 in. x .113 in. Freeman Plastic Collated Galvanized Ring Shank Nails with this nailer over the past 5 months since purchasing it. I used it in framing, building trusses (attaching OSB gusset plates), and attaching wood panel siding.

The water content of the wood seems to affect the nails being set the same each time. It really kicks back on moist treated wood. I had a few soaked spots on some treated 2x4s that I could not nail at all with this gun or a hammer without the referenced nails above bending (not a problem with nailer, but wanted to share limits). I therefore recommend using dry wood so the nails drive more consistently and eliminate fatiguing kickback (on you and the gun). The size of nails, body pressure (how much weight you put on it) on the gun also affect how the nails set. Setting the depth guide all the way up helps with driving nails flush at angles, but sometimes I still have to get the hammer out to pound in the nail an eighth of an inch farther so it is flush, especially when using the bigger nails on solid wood. I extend the depth guide for softer materials such as OSB.

It stops working when a four nails are left to let you know it needs refilled (no blank pounding which can damage your work surface and the tool). I haven't had issues with jamming or the 60 gal. compressor keeping up. I oil it at the beginning of every use; have the regulator at 90psi, and a filter in line. The nailer is quieter, easier, and more fun than using a hammer!
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By cut111 on October 24, 2014
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This is what you call "money well spent". I've been framing my basement with this nailer for the last three weeks by myself and I haven't had any issue at all. Very good tool.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By KurtAKX on March 5, 2015
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Have run about 4000 nails through it so far. Built a shed, framed some walls in my house.
Solid performer for the money. No jams. No misfires.
A little annoying that it stops shooting when you're down to three nails, but as soon as you drop in the next clip, you're shooting again.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Chuck on December 4, 2012
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This is a great all-around framing nailer, especially for the price. I've used this for two DIY roofing projects and I have no qualms about using it for the next series of projects I have lined up. So far, no jams to speak of and it shoots high end nails as well as HF cheapies. It's a framing nailer -- it shoots nails fast and accurately. As a homeowner (even one doing tear-down and re-framing), it's hard to go wrong with this choice. I also have a palm nailer and I barely use it with this thing around.

Two cons: 1) It does bleed a bit more air than it's higher end competition; 2) It seems pretty fussy about toenailing. For the price, I don't care. I wouldn't use this on a job site, but then I wouldn't use a $100 nailer if I was a pro.

(Why are there multiple reviews here calling it a finishing nailer?)
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