|Item Weight||7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.8 x 4.8 x 11.8 inches|
|Item model number||SN883RH|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1-Year warranty against manufacturer defects except for wearing parts|
Max SN883RH SuperFramer 20-Degree Strip Framer
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- Anti-double fire trigger (us patent 5597106)
- Maintenance free end cap filter (us patent 5637125) captures dirt and sand down to microns but lets oil and air into the tool; filter keeps inside parts clean and lasting longer than competitors tools with out filters
- Only 11-7/8-Inch tall to fit between 16-Inch on center framing easily
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Now onto the tool. It works very well, sinks all nails and is quite light in weight. I also own a senco scn65xp coil framer which is also an awesome gun but I only use for sheathing and subfloor applications due to the tendency of it double firing when I toe nail. The Max works great with toe nailing (seems to be all we do here in NJ) The gun has alot of nice feature and the toolless depth change works well. overall this is a great gun and would recommend to anyone. If anyone has a question on how this performs write on the comments page and i will try and get back to you as soon as possible.
I also tried the bigger Max nailer (SNN890RH) for comparison. The SNN890RH was FineHomeBuilding's number one pick a few years ago, but the test was done before this new one came out. The SNN890RH has even more power and will shoot 3 1/2" nails, but the trade off is it's heavier, bulkier, has a significant kickback and sometimes will double fire even with the anti-double-fire trigger.
My only serious problem with this gun is that the trigger group tended to stick when it started getting really wet and cold(meaning it would fire sometimes when the trigger was not depressed, but when the tip or nozzle was engaged, uhhh can you say dangerous!" This happened within a couple days of being brand new. I almost returned the nailgun because of this, but decided too lubricate the trigger section with some spray lubricant which after an hour or so of use the problem was fixed.
Overall I really like this gun for weight, size, and speed, but think Max may need to do something about the trigger system on this gun to make it bombproof.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used this mainly for one job, but the weight and feel of this framer (for me) was better than others I've tried.Published on December 28, 2012 by Tool King
I LIKE THE MAKITA 923 BETTER BUT IT HAD A PROBLEM SO I TOOK IT BACK AND I GOT THE MAX 883 RH. FOR THE PRO I WOULD GO WITH MAX, IT IS NOT AS HEAVY. Read morePublished on May 28, 2011 by shed
Solid workhorse. Given it is limited to 3-1/4", I've used nails as short as 2-3/8" and have yet to see but one or two jams in 2 years of service. Read morePublished on February 9, 2011 by A. S. Remodeling
I bought this nailer to reinforce my living room sub-floor. It's well constructed and seems to have plenty of power. Its low profile allows it to fit nicely between joists... Read morePublished on September 5, 2010 by TomD
I selected the Max Framing nailer to replace the old Paslode Framer. I looked at several reviews to make the decision. I am pleased with the gun. Read morePublished on January 30, 2010 by D. R. Houk