BOSTITCH F21PL Round Head 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch Framing Nailer with Positive Placement Tip and Magnesium Housing

August 21, 2013 - Comment

2750-5528 Features: -Lightweight magnesium housing.-Tool free adjustable exhaust.-Patented push button depth of drive.-Aggressive teeth for toe nailing.-Steel guards with anti skid rubber inserts.-14.25” x 20.25”. Includes: -Tool converts to metal connector nailer in seconds with included tip.-New smart trigger included. Construction: -For use in framing, sheathing, siding, installing metal connectors, trusses, bridging, wood to masonry,

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2750-5528 Features: -Lightweight magnesium housing.-Tool free adjustable exhaust.-Patented push button depth of drive.-Aggressive teeth for toe nailing.-Steel guards with anti skid rubber inserts.-14.25” x 20.25”. Includes: -Tool converts to metal connector nailer in seconds with included tip.-New smart trigger included. Construction: -For use in framing, sheathing, siding, installing metal connectors, trusses, bridging, wood to masonry, engineered lumber, strapping, fencing, and exterior decks.-1,050 inch lbs for engineered lumber.The Bostitch F21PL Round-Head Framing Nailer is the ideal tool for framing, sheathing, subflooring, and bracing jobs. Perfect for professionals and weekend warriors alike, this nailer features a strong, lightweight magnesium body, quick-change nosepieces for plastic-collated and metal-connector nails, a 16-inch layout indicator, and more.


The Bostitch F21PL
Round-Head Framing Nailer
At a Glance:1,050 in./lbs. of driving powerQuick-change nosepieces for framing and metal connector nailsPatented push-button adjustable nail depthRecommended for use with HurriQuake nails

Unbeatable power-to-weight ratio helps you complete all-day jobs. View larger.
2.0″ to 3.5″ 21-degree nails
are ideal for framing jobs. Designed to Match the Task at Hand
The recommended tool for use with HurriQuake disaster-resistant nails, the F21Pl has a patented feature that lets you set nail depth with the simple push of a button. For further convenience, quick-change nosepieces let you switch from plastic-collated framing nails to metal connector nails in seconds.

The high-capacity magazine holds up to 60 plastic collated 21-degree framing nails (2.0-3.5 inch) or 60 metal connector nails (1.5-2.5 inch). Its 16-inch layout indicator, located on the magazine, lets you know at a glance the correct distance between studs.

And with an adjustable rafter hook, you can conveniently hang the nailer on joists and rafters during work breaks.

Best-in-Class Power-to-Weight Ratio
The magnesium construction of the F21PL Round-Head Framing Nailer means this tool is light enough to use all day, while still being strong enough to reliably use again and again. It also means that this tool has the best power-to-weight ratio in its class: 1,050 in./lbs. to 8.1 pounds.

The Bostitch F21PL Round Head Framing Nailer works with a standard air compressor and is backed by a seven-year limited warranty.

About Bostitch
Stanley-Bostitch manufactures top-quality, innovative fastening tools and fasteners for industrial, construction, and home-improvement applications. Products include pneumatic staplers and nailers; compressors; manual staplers and tackers; coil-fed screw systems; rivet tools; glue guns; a broad assortment of collated nails, screws, staples and specialty fasteners in a variety of materials and finishes; and carton-closing staplers–many of them industry firsts.

What’s in the Box
Framing nailer and two quick-change nosepieces.

Product Features

  • 1-1/2-inch to 3-1/2-inch framing nailer; 1,050 inch-pounds of driving power; sequential and bump trigger
  • 2 nailers in one: includes two quick-change nosepieces, converts to framing or metal connector applications
  • Lightweight magnesium housing; integrated rubber skid pads; rubber grip
  • Includes 1 framing nailer
  • 14-1/4 by 20-1/2 inches; 8.1 pounds; 7-year limited warranty

Comments

Michael Callahan "Mike Callahan" says:

I like this nailer after all I am editing this review a year later (14Apr08) with some revisionsI am a professional builder presently building super high end homes on the lakefront of Lake Tahoe. I have used every framing nailer made. Before I bought this nailer I was a Senco and Hitachi user. I needed another nailer so from the recommendation of another carpenter I went with this model. What sold it to me was that I liked the fact that it had another nosepiece that allowed it to be used for nailing…

Reviewer says:

Pretty good tool – worth an extra pair of hands (or two) I’m currently using this sucker to frame my garage. I bought Hitachi plastic collated nails for it. It took me a bit to sort it out, but I was able to find 21 degree full round head nails at Lowes. I’ve been sticking with the Hitachi nails even though there are cheaper brands – the quality is good.I used 0.131″ diameter 21 degree plastic collated nails, 3 1/4″ in length, for all of my framing. I was able to blast a bunch of 2×6’s together in no time.I then used 0.131″…

M. Wagner says:

Works great This gun is fairly light and replaces 3 other guns. We used one heavy gun for shooting 16d 3-1/2″ common nails for structural framing, one for Simpson hangers, and one for shooting regular 0.131 framing nails. This does all of that with an adjustable (no tools) depth gauge! I usually weld a receiver and run a 1/4″ bolt in it, that I double nut for a depth gauge.I am impressed. Somebody thought this one out.

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