|Item Weight||9.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17 x 15 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||7110-20|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||5 Year Limited Warranty|
Milwaukee 7110-20 2- to 3-1/2-Inch Clipped Head Framing Nailer
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- 2- to 3-1/2-inch clipped head framing nailer with min. 70 PSI/max. 120 PSI
- Collation angle 30 to 34 degress; air Inlet 3/8 inch NPT
- Ultra-lightweight magnesium housing
- Magazine capacity 66 to 82 nails; includes safety glasses, 2 ounces oil, 4- and 5-millimeter hex wrench
- 5-year warranty
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After 6 months of use, my worries are gone. This nailer is flawless. It has not jammed or misfired yet, which is extraordinary. It double fires on rare occasions, but only when switched to 'contact actuation'. It's very lightweight and rugged (easily brushed off a 15-foot story fall just recently). The ability to switch from sequential to contact actuation firing modes with a simple switch is ingenious (both my other nailers required disassembling the trigger assembly!). The depth adjustment works quite well (providing you don't use the non-mar tip) and firing is very smooth and balanced.
On the job, we use several Senco 701XP framing nailers. All of which have jamming, misfiring, and double firing problems, yet they cost $100 more then the Milwaukee. The Milwaukee is also the lightest of the bunch (7.0 lbs, compared to 7.5 lbs for DeWalt, 8.0 lbs for Senco, and a hefty 8.8 for Hitachi).Read more ›
I went out on a limb when I decided to buy this Milwaukee nailer. They are not known for nailers and I thought they probably re-brand some other nailer. The price was right and it did say that it was magnesium housing.
It comes in a box, no case. My first impression when I picked up the box was that it felt that there was nothing in there.
But there is. For its size a suprisingly light framing nailer. Just the type I wanted. You also get a pair of safety glasses, throw those away, and a tiny oil bottle and couple of hex keys.
Easy to load, no jams so far, (used about 500 nails) and you can work with it all day long and not have a sore arm. I've used the single and continuous fire with no problems. I have used it in a house after demolition, with lots of dust and dirt around. I am used to just leaving my other milwaukee tools around on the floor and they have held up very well. This nailer is no exception, holds up well to abuse in on the site.
Overall an excellent nailer for the money, and if it is a re-branded tool, good choice Milwaukee!
than 10 mins and is lacking some neat features like tool-free depth adjustment... Hitachi is light, but you gotta pay more bucks.
Milwaukee framing nailer is even lighter than Hitachi and at the saome time packed with features you wish for. Great nailer, buy it!
I switched to using screws for building my shop a few years ago and was pretty happy with the strength of the structure, plus the benefit that I could easily make changes as I went by just taking out the screws and re-doing it. This time I decided I didn't have the time and energy to drive that many screws, so I borrowed my brother's nailer. He's building a house next door and wasn't using his framing nailer at the time. It was heavy and kicked like a mule, misfiring often and turning nails into worms (though it may have been the low quality of the Chinese nails he had on hand). So I decided to invest in one of my own.
I thank all of you previous buyers for steering me to the best nailer I could have bought. It's light, soooooo easy to load and switch nail size, easy to adjust head depth... And for some reason the angle is and business end are just right that I had no trouble at all getting into tight spaces to deliver a nail exactly where I wanted.
Loading is so much easier with this machine than any I've seen. Most require opening hatches, unsnapping springs, etc. The Milwaukee just has a slot at the back where you drop in another clip and pull back an easy release on the side to push the clip forward. Removing them is as simple as pushing a button on the release that allows the clip to fall back to a spring stop, which you easily press and the clip comes right out the slot in the back... simple and ingenious!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this thing! been using it for year and THOUSANDS of galvanized ring shank nails have been sent through it. NEVER had an issue or a jam of any kind.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good price, have been using it over 3 years with no problem.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just bought this nailer to build 2 x 4 shelving units for the basement. Shot approximately 200 3" ring shank nails through it with no issues.
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This nailer is a real performer. The reviews I read were all spot on. It's light weight, has an easy to use depth adjustment. Overall this is a great product.Published on November 26, 2011 by Bob
My husbands Dewalt Nailer Broke and after several months of the 12$ part being on contant backorder and no firm date on a part we had to replace it. Read morePublished on November 1, 2011 by Patricia Haywood
I have not used this tool as of this date...however, in addition to this framing nailer by Milwaukee, I own a Milwaukee finishing nailer. Read morePublished on October 8, 2011 by Rjmac
Sounded like a good deal at first, lightweight, good price. But it does not come with a case, and clipped nails are on their way out and hard to find in small smooth sizes. Read morePublished on August 26, 2011 by Randy
This my third Milwaukee air nailer and it works great. I've been using it to build a 550 square foot, two story deck for my house. Read morePublished on July 20, 2011 by Todd
I purchased the 7110-20 from Amazon and it literally showed up the very next day at my door. How cool is that!? Read morePublished on May 15, 2011 by Edwin C. Anker IV