|Item Weight||11.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22.7 x 15.3 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||SN35020F|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year warranty/30 day money back guarantee COVERING ALL COMPONENTS|
Bosch SN350-20F Full Head Framing Strip Nailer
|Price:||$239.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Metal Strike Plate - Designed to take job-site abuse and positioning of lumber
- Tool-less Adjustable Air Exhaust
- Work Contact Element - With aggressive teeth - Grips work piece when toe nailing
- Quick Release Magazine - Easily remove jammed nails without disassembly of tool
- Tool-less Selectable Trigger - Easily Switch between bump and sequential fire
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The tool's metal strike plate withstands jobsite abuse, giving it extra durability. View larger.
With "Full-Force Technology," air powerfully drives the piston down the tool's cylinder. View larger.
This nailer is part of a new line of Bosch tools, which utilize Full-Force Technology to consistently drive nails flush, even in industrial lumber. This revolutionary engineering works without return chambers that add bulk and weight and create wasted energy on the strike.
When the trigger is pulled on the SN350-20F, air drives the piston down the cylinder. As the piston strikes, air is exhausted out the front of the tool for 100-percent air power and no wasted energy.
Lightweight, Compact Design Doesn't Skimp on Power
Measuring 6.7 x 16.6 x 21.0 inches (WxHxL) and weighing just 8.4 pounds, the SN350-20F is 20% smaller than its competitors, making it the best choice for reliable, all-day control.
Its small size doesn't mean a loss in power, however. In fact, this tool drives 20-degree full-head nails from 2.0 to 3.5 inches (diameter .113 to .148 inch) with an operating range of 60–120 psi, so no nails are ever left standing.
Metal Strike Plate and Inline Air Filter for Durability
Designed for durability, even on heavy-duty jobs, the SN350-20F includes a metal strike plate that can stand up to jobsite abuse, including the positioning of lumber. At the same time, a self-cleaning inline air filter keeps debris away from the valve and O-ring for longer life.
Easy Drive Adjustments, Loading, and Jam Removal
The SN350-20F provides straightforward, user-friendly operation, including a tool-less adjustable depth-of-drive for precise results and maximum control. Additionally, a single-action follower lock back uses a simple motion to make loading and unloading nails a breeze, while a top-load, quick-release magazine lets you easily remove jammed nails without disassembling the tool.
Aggressive Teeth and Selectable Trigger for Ease of Operation
To ensure high-quality results, the nailer features a work contact element with aggressive teeth that grip the workpiece when you're toe-nailing. It also features a tool-less selectable trigger that effortlessly switches between bump and sequential firing.
The SN350-20F comes with a one-year unconditional warranty.
What's in the Box
One nailer, one pair of safety glasses, one no-mar tip, and instruction manual.
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Top Customer Reviews
One thing that's unique about most full head framing nailers is the female connection is 3/8th inch instead of 1/4 like most guns( my 16 gauge finish, 18 gauge brad, 21 gauge pin, roofing nailer, and air stapler are all 1/4"). And most importantly, the fittings on my Dewalt-twin-hotdog compressor are 1/4". So it's not a standard connection. It's my only 3/8" air tool, so I wound up getting a 3/8" to 1/4" reducer for $2. I figure 90psi is 90psi. 1/8" difference of air volume doesn't make much of a difference.
Anyway I have this Bosch I got for $160 open box, and a Porter-Cable FC350A Clipped Head 2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch Framing Nailer I got for $160 new, and uses a standard 1/4" adapter, so this review will focus on contrasting these two framing guns. They can both fire the same lengths of collated nails.
Clipped nails are more expensive. Full round heads are cheaper, and are required in some local building codes where there is severe wind/hurricane/tornado. The newest IBC might also require full round heads. Clipped heads let you put more nails into a gun. Contrary to popular myth on tool forums, plastic collation can be on both full and clipped head nails. So if you are cheap but don't want to skimp on structural soundness a full head framing gun is probably the route you want to take.Read more ›
The gun looks sharp and is built solidly. Yes, it may be made in Taiwan, but the quality, fit, and finish is very well done. There are no visible o-ring seals or extraneous adjustable or moving parts. The metal end cap is not adjustable and does not need to be since it vents out the front. There are pictures showing the use of the end cap as a hammer to knock studs into position...don't do that.
This gun has a blue anodized aluminum quick release magazine...great for clearing jams...which my gun never did. The magazine is offset at an angle...it felt weird at first, but the improved line of sight and improved ergonomics are a welcome change from my Bostitch. To cock the magazine you pull the slide lock back and it locks in the full open position, load the nails, nudge the slide back and it disengages to push the strip nails towards the firing pin. It feels light and maneuverable with balance provided by an attached air hose. There is no framing hook, but you can buy it for another $25.
It has a built-in selectable trigger for single safety shot or bump fire. The trigger is fast and responsive.
Depth adjustment is handled by a red knurled sleeve/nut...it has a continuous threaded action with index points and index marks near the aggressively pointed nose/muzzle. The bounce recoil is acceptable, I haven't double fired yet.
This gun fires 30 degree paper tape nail strips...the same nails I load into my 33 degree Bostitch.Read more ›
I run this off a Craftsman 33 gallon 165PSI 1.7hp compressor. At 6 cfm (80 psi), it'll sink 3 1/2" .128" diameter 21 degree coated brights all day long in either mode - "sequential" (depress trigger to fire) or "bump" (hold trigger and press work contact point into work to fire). Changing modes is fairly easy. (For changing firing modes, a little practice with the thumb is all you need. You don't have to put the tool down.) It has yet to jam or misfire, and the nail heads are flush every time. Removing and replacing the magazine is a snap - two step process, no tools required. pull lever down, slide magazine off, Slide magazine on, return lever to top position. It comes with a no-mar removable tip. Gotta be a little careful with this. It'll cause the work contact point to slip if you're not paying due attention. And it's pretty tough. I've yet to drop it, but I do knock studs around with it - no problem there. It doesn't come with a rafter hook, so I'll order one of those.
I'd recommend this without hesitation to anyone like me. To a pro I'd say try it - you can always return it if your not happy with it, but I'd bet you'll keep it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
now that is a beast of a gun!!! shot 800-1000 3 1/4" nails today! You can feel hardly any kickback from this machine! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
The new Bosch sn3500 very handles with easy very user-friendly amateur professional alike a must have for any carpenter framer or overall handymanPublished 5 months ago by Corey A.
I had this nailer almost a year before using it. It leaked air so sent it in for a warranty o-ring replacement. It was returned quickly. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dennis Schroeder
works awesome. drives nails perfectly and toe nails excellent. havent had no issues with it and use it every day. very rugged and light. Read morePublished 20 months ago by justin
Excellent nailer as I previously used one from Harbor Freight that needed to be returned with less than 800 nails. Read morePublished 24 months ago by MrBum
I have always used Hitachi framing guns and loved them, this gun is just like a Hitachi but a few new innovations. Price is well worth it.Published on May 18, 2014 by Matthew Fisher
The gun is powerful and gets the job done the first time out. The only drawback was not having the connector already attached and the rubber tip to use when not attached to an... Read morePublished on April 4, 2014 by Marge Blye
If this included a rafter hook it would rate 5 stars. It is a great nailer in all other regards.Published on March 26, 2014 by David Haumschilt
I am a PM for a large framing company, these guns just dont have what it takes to do the job hard all day everyday. Read morePublished on December 18, 2013 by Bentley Newton