BOSTITCH FN1664K 16-Gauge Straight Finish Nailer

October 9, 2013 - Comment

2750-1832 Features: -Dial-A-Depth control for precise countersinking.-Oil fee operation require no regular maintenance and eliminates the risk of oil stains.-Selectable trigger system converts from sequential to contact operation.-Low nail lockout prevents dry firing.-Swivel air fitting with internal filter improves maneuverability.-Ultra quiet rear exhaust with muffle directs air away from the user.-Reversible belt hook with integrated

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2750-1832 Features: -Dial-A-Depth control for precise countersinking.-Oil fee operation require no regular maintenance and eliminates the risk of oil stains.-Selectable trigger system converts from sequential to contact operation.-Low nail lockout prevents dry firing.-Swivel air fitting with internal filter improves maneuverability.-Ultra quiet rear exhaust with muffle directs air away from the user.-Reversible belt hook with integrated pencil sharpener.-Lightweight magnesium design for added durability.-Quick release nosepiece for fast and easy jam, clearing. Color/Finish: -Finish nail kit.

Product Features

  • Oil-free engine: requires no daily maintenance and eliminates risk of oil stains on work surfaces
  • Selectable trigger system: easy conversion between sequential or contact modes. Trigger lockout mode for use when working in occupied spaces
  • Dial-A-Depth control: quickly and conveniently set fasteners to desired depths
  • Swivel air fitting: increased maneuverability. Filtered air inlet for improved engine durability.
  • Reversible belt hook: with integrated pencil sharpener for ultimate convenience

Comments

D. Getz says:

Sturdy Consistent Nailer I got this nail gun together with the 18 Ga nail gun for an exterior trim project. This gun has the sturdier gauge nails, but I was not as impressed with the convenience of the loading mechanism. Additionally when it got down to about 5 nails it would no longer shoot as the spring mechanism that pressed the nails forward (think like a desk stapler) would slightly tilt the nails. It didn’t jamb, but you would have to load additional nails to keep going. Both products have their place and…

Valkyrie Rider "Dave" says:

Nice nailer My old nailer finally bit the dust, so I opted for this one. I was a bit sceptical on the “oil less” but tried it any way. Seems to work just fine, no jams and drives just the way you would want it to. I’m not a heavy user, but use it a few times a month, so can’t say how it would be in everyday use.

DOCdoc says:

Don’t buy I have purchased two of these nailers (along with a compressor and brad nailer in a combination pack). I used it to install doors, trim and baseboard. On both occasions, I followed the manual when it comes to preventive maintainence. In both cases, this nailer’s air seal failed within the first several hours of work & the tool became completely unusable. Menard’s replaced the unit the first time, and apparently will on the second. It is unfortunate that the craftsmanship of the product is…

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