|Item Weight||10.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.8 x 15 x 20.8 inches|
|Item model number||SFR2190|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year on gun body, 30 days on wearable parts. See Warranty card for complete details at www.numaxtools.com|
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NuMax SFR2190 21 Degree Framing Nailer
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- Ideal for Wall Framing, Roof Decking, Wood Fencing, Sub Floors
- Dual-Mode Trigger easily allows for single or sequential firing
- Depth Adjust for various applications, No-Mar Tip eliminates damage to working surfaces
- Shots 21 Degree nails ranging in size from 2" to 3-1/2" Plastic Collated Round head
- Anti-dry fire mechanism activates with 5 nails remaining in magazine
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|Dimensions||20.75 inches x 5.75 inches x 15 inches||14.8 inches x 23.03 inches x 9.45 inches||15 inches x 16.9 inches x 4.8 inches||12.2 inches x 12.3 inches x 3.3 inches|
|Item Package Weight||10.7 pounds||24.5 pounds||8.65 pounds||5.6 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
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.
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.Read more ›
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!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Run a box of 500 3.5" smooth shanks. No issues yet. Wish there was an indicator on the depth adjustment though.Published 1 day ago by ROB THORNE
Impressive for the price. Built a fence with it, and will use it to frame interior walls next. No major problems. More of an annoyance, the last 3 nails will never shoot. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kyle
Nail gun works good for the price. However, the gun will stick when under heavy use. Can't beat it for the price.Published 11 days ago by Jason T.
Excellent. Perfect for a small porch project. I am sure it will do a good job on framing, roofing etc.Published 12 days ago by robert holzman
The nailer was just too heavy for my 71 year old arms to hold up for any extended length of time. Other than that, it appeared to be a good gun. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Preston H. Bahr
The trigger begins to leak after a few jobs, other reviewers have had the same issue. If parts were available i wouldnt be giving it one star but I have to urge people to not... Read morePublished 14 days ago by John