|Item Weight||9.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.5 x 11 x 13.9 inches|
|Item model number||500855|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Paslode F250S-PP Positive Placement Metal Hardware Framing Nailer #500855
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- Positive placement metal hardware framing nailer provides productive and accurate metal hardware attachment
- Ideal for metal framing hardware, joist hangers, wall bracing and strap ties
- Air-powered metal hardware nailer
- Hardened nose probe for accurate nail placement; smart lever system automatically adjusts for different nail sizes
- 1-year limited warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
ETA: this gun has developed a leak after 4 years of light use. Not terrible, but not 5 stars.
If you got this far, you probably know what you're looking at, so just buy it or don't.
At first it was a little weird switching to this gun, after using so many with the positive nail placement design. But I got used to it quickly and actually like this a little better now. It seemed with this design, and not being able to see where the nail is going in at, there would be more chance for a ricochet. Yet, I have had no problems with any nails come shooting at my face. The nails seem to stay in the track better too, my guess would be because it only shoots the 1 1/2 inch teco's, so there is less play in the track for the nails to move around.
The only real problem I have had with it not sinking nails, is when the nails get shot into a knot, but that is understandable of almost any gun.
To sum it up I would say:
Gun is quieter than the last couple we have used.
Nails stay in place.
Angle of air hose fitting makes it really easy to put air hose on and off.
The gun has less recoil than others, but is still as powerful
Didn't come with a built in hook
Have to hold gun with finger tips with heavy winter gloves.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best teco gun for hangers. Carpenters sick of smashing fingers hand driving teco nails for hangers? Every framer should own onePublished 14 months ago by Al
I love this product. It was exactly as described. I would purchase it again. I use this on the job daily.Published on February 11, 2013 by Adam Barket
I would recommend this nailer to anyone who needs a hanger nailer. It is a little heavy but is better than hand nailingPublished on February 10, 2013 by gene cleveland
Great tool. I wouldn't frame a house without it. You can connect a houseful of simpson hardware way faster than by hand. Read morePublished on February 3, 2011 by Carpenter SF