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PORTER-CABLE FR350A Round Head 2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch Framing Nailer

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  • Uses 20 degree to 22 degree nails, 2-inch to 3-1/2-inch by .113-inch to .148-inch plastic collated round-head framing nails
  • Power to drive nails (up to 3-1/2-inch by .131-inch) into engineered lumber
  • Compact body design for better balance and style
  • Consistent power on every shot with internal piston catch mechanism
  • Selectable trigger - restrictive or contact actuation mode; Tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment with detents for proper setting of nail heads
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    Ideal for carpenters, woodworkers, and do-it-yourselfers, the Porter-Cable FR350A 3-1/2-Inch Round-Head Framing Nailer Kit has all the power you need to drive round-head framing nails into engineered lumber. Its compact body is well-balanced for a natural feel, and its user-friendly design allows for fast reloads, tool-free adjustments, consistent power, and more.

    Enough Raw Power to Tackle Tough Jobs
    The FR350A nailer helps simplify everything from siding jobs to framing work to furniture construction. Whether the job is big or small, the FR350A works fast and provides high-quality results nail after nail.

    Powered by an operating pressure of 70-120 PSI, the FR350A supplies the necessary raw power to sink nails fast. And thanks to its internal piston mechanism, its power remains consistent throughout the job, which means you'll enjoy smooth, trouble-free operation.

    Selectable Trigger and Adjustable Depth-of-Drive
    For additional flexibility and versatility, a selectable trigger lets you choose restrictive or contact-actuation modes. For convenience, tool-free adjustable depth-of-drive eliminates guesswork with detents for proper nail-head setting.

    Time-Saving Design with 64-Nail Capacity
    A great time saver, this framing nailer has an in-line, hard-coat anodized magazine that holds up to 64 nails. And to keep you on track, a nail lockout mechanism lets you know when it's time to reload. The reloads themselves are quick and easy thanks to the bypass nail pusher. And to save you even more time, a tool-free adjustable exhaust minimizes downtime.

    An added bonus, a removable non-marring nose tip offers on-tool storage to helps keep you from dropping or losing nails.

    What's in the Box
    FR350A framing nailer; carrying case; 1/4-inch air fitting with dust cover; and oil.


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