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  • Capacity from 1-1/4-inch to 6-1/2-inch (3d to 70d)
  • Comes with four different nose tips
  • No Mar finish tip: for finish nail up to 3d
  • Magnetic tip: for driving 3d to 16d common nails
  • Standard tip: for common nails up to 70d; Steel hammer kit: for moldings, dowels, automotive body work
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Dimensions 3.25 inches x 14 inches x 10.5 inches 2.75 inches x 5.13 inches x 4.38 inches 4.5 inches x 3.3 inches x 4.3 inches 5.8 inches x 4 inches x 3.25 inches
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Part Number PN650
Item Weight4.4 pounds
Product Dimensions14 x 10.5 x 3.2 inches
OriginTaiwan
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Item model numberPN650
Size1
ColorYellow & Black
Power Sourceair-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsstand
Warranty Description1 Year Limited
  
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ASINB00006411G
Best Sellers Rank #22,182 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableMarch 26, 2002
  
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The Porter-Cable PN650 Palm Nailer Kit is a versatile pneumatic nail gun with a comfortable design and magnetic tip. This nailer will accept 1-1/4 to 6-1/2 inch nails (3d to 70d), and it comes with four different nose tips, including finishing tip, magnetic tip, wide nail tip, and steel hammer tip. Don't worry about driving the nail too deep, the PN650 features depth-of-drive control to make sure the nail gets set correctly. The nailer operates at 50-120 PSI and features a multi-blow firing mode--2,300 BPM at 100 PSI.

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Porter-Cable PN650 Palm Nailer Kit

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I would recommend this tool to professional and do-it-yourselfers.
L. Hipp
I recommended this for anyone who needs to drive an enormous amount of nails, especially through joist hangers and in confined spaces that you can't use a hammer.
Daniel Hardy
They say the right tool can make a job a pleasure and this nailer is definitely the tool that should be in any DIYers toolbox!!
CactusJack

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66 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Clifford on December 23, 2002
Since nails must be inserted one at a time, this is not the best tool for someone with thousands of a specific type of nail to drive. However, it will serve in place of an array of nail guns for those who must drive a variety of different nails. In addition, it is safer since the nails are driven by successive blows rather than shot out of a gun.
Small finishing nails go in straight and can be driven flush with the wood surface. Countersinking is not possible since the driving blade is too big and leaves a mark, but it is a simple matter to countersink them by hand. The point of each nail is placed exactly where it is supposed to go, so accuracy is very good.
The biggest nails in my shop are serrated barn nails about 8" long, and this tool drove them through a 6x6 treated beam like shoving a knitting needle through styrofoam.
The hammer tip is good for pounding anything you would normally hit with a hammer. It drives wood through my doweling plate fast and I will probably find alot of other things to bash with it.
My compressor is small and fairly old, but this tool doesn't need much air to run. Also, the case is well designed and holds all of the considerable accessory parts firmly in place when not in use.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Bryan on February 12, 2003
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I have always used a framing hammer to nail joist hangers and usually on every job I bang my finger once or twice while trying to hold the hanger/nail and hammer. I used this tool for the first time today and was amazed at how smooth it is. It comes with quite a few different accessories for different types of nails and it comes with an air hose connection. I had to nail one hanger with only 5 1/2" between the hanger and the adjacent wall and the palm nailer handled this easily. I was expecting this tool to be rough on the hands but was surprised at it's smoothness and tons of power. This is a tool I wish I had bought years ago.
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55 of 59 people found the following review helpful By V. Steel on October 2, 2002
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I am in the midst of building a deck. I and my partner have used this palm nailer from day one of construction. It is easy to use, very controllable.
Without this palm nailer I would have blown my elbow out with a conventional hammer and nails. Each joist hanger took 6 nails
Two hangers per joist=12 nails. 28 joists x 12= 536 + nails in hangers and all went in straight and without hesitation.
To date, this is the best purchase I have made that saves wear and tear on my elbow.
I recommended this for anyone who needs to drive an enormous amount of nails, especially through joist hangers where aim is critical through pre made holes..
V.M.Steel, NY
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Chuck on February 14, 2007
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My wife and I recently purchased the Victorian house of her dreams and my nightmares. The goal is to restore the house within 2 years of purchase. We are 16 months into the effort. In bad weather I work inside and when nice outside. The Porter-Cable palm nailer could be the perfect tool for me to drive roofing nails, siding nails, three sizes of finish nails, 16d sinkers, and galvanized twist nails (3 ½ to 2 inches long) along with assorted pounding tasks. The pounding tasks include chiseling wood, electric wire staples, and a copper kettle from a flat copper sheet. That's my situation.

I purchased the tool and immediately put it through a series of tests including air demand. I have a 1.5 horsepower, 3-gallon tank, $99.95 el cheapo air compressor from Walmart. My biggest concern was how it would sink finish nails because none of the reviews here covered them. My second concern was the complaints about the magnet holding the nail before you start driving it. I wasn't born with a third arm and it would be nice if I didn't have to hold the nail to get it started while trying to hold the work too. Lastly, the Victorian we are restoring was a church parsonage so when missing nails or hitting my fingers with a hammer I've really had to watch my language. In this preventive function, the nailer could have great redeeming value.

My results and comments in item format:

1. I drove 4 sizes of finish nails at various angles and straight in. No problems.

2. I drove (10) 3 ½" nails as fast as I could and the compressor kept up without a problem.

3. Other reviews expressed disappointment with the magnet holding the nails. I only had problems holding 3 ½" galvanized sinkers.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Lionheart on July 31, 2004
Spikes, brads, coated, roofing... you name, it does it. And with ease! Depending on what you're driving, and how much of a countersink you need, it takes some toying with the air pressure. The unit comes equipped with various adaptors, which is a nice plus. HOWEVER, given the age of quick releases and snap on's, changing driving heads on this puppy takes some time. I'm disappointed P/C couldn't think of a better design. Also, I wish there was a sensitivity adjustment on this 650. When attempting to toe-nail, just when you have the nail in the precise spot and at the precise angle, the 650 doesn't kick in. There's a certain amount of pressure it's set for. You either hit it, or you don't. I'd rather have it as an option, personally.

Gave it to my nephew to use... he's not mechanically inclined. I instructed him on safety and precautions... turned my back... he went to town. After he finished fastening the panels, he wanted more. Very often I found him driving in way more fasteners than what was required. Did I say the unit's addictive? My last negative involves the magnet. WEAK!!!!

Purchase it, my friends. You won't be disappointed. It's an ASSET. Especially if you're a one-man (or one-woman) show most of the time.
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