BOSTITCH N66C-1 1-1/4-inch to 2-1/2-inch Coil Siding Nailer with Aluminum Housing

September 7, 2013 - Comment

Nail down siding in no time with the powerful, precise Bostitch N66C-1 Coil Siding Nailer. This lightweight tool features a aluminum housing that makes it durable enough to repeatedly withstand the rigors of all-day use. And with adjustable nail depth and a soft rubber foot, you can work with a range of siding materials, including

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Nail down siding in no time with the powerful, precise Bostitch N66C-1 Coil Siding Nailer. This lightweight tool features a aluminum housing that makes it durable enough to repeatedly withstand the rigors of all-day use. And with adjustable nail depth and a soft rubber foot, you can work with a range of siding materials, including soft woods. The N66C-1 Siding Nailer works with any air compressor and has a tool-free adjustable exhaust that directs spent air away from you when you’re working.


The Bostitch N66C-1
Coil Siding Nailer
At a Glance: 515 in./lbs. of driving power Adjustable nail depth Lightweight, durable aluminum housing Tool-free adjustable exhaust

All-day siding jobs are easier on your hands thanks to lightweight magnesium housing. View larger.

Accepts both wire-weld and plastic-inserted coil nails from 1.25″ to 2.5″. View larger. Works with a Variety of Siding Materials, from Soft Wood to Steel
Pretty much no matter what type of siding you’re working with, the N66C-1 will take care of the job. This nailer accepts both wire-weld and plastic-inserted coil nails and includes a soft rubber foot that’s perfect for working with soft wood. Additionally, the N66C-1 can handle the tough stuff: cement, clapboard, fencing, and even light-gauge steel are no problem.

The N66C-1 has an adjustable guide and an operating range of 70 to 120 PSI, which means you can dial in the right depth for the job. And with driving power of 515 in/lbs, the N66C-1 can be easily set for 1-1/4-inch to 2-1/2- inch nails. Additionally, the N66C-1 has a 350-nail magazine, so you can knock out plenty of work in a single load.

The N66C-1 Siding Nailer works with any air compressor and has a tool-free adjustable exhaust that directs spent air away from you when you’re working.

Lightweight, Durable Construction for Everyday Use
Finish the job without breaking a sweat. The N66C-1 Siding Nailer is constructed with aluminum, which means it is light enough to wield all day. Measuring just 3.25 x 12 x 11.25 inches (WxHxL) and weighing just 4.9 pounds, this nailer is still durable enough to withstand the wear and tear of any jobsite. The N66C-1 stores in its included protective carrying case when not in use.

The Bostitch N66C-1 Coil Siding Nailer is covered 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
Siding nailer and carrying case.

Product Features

  • Drives wire weld and plastic inserted coil nails
  • Adjustable depth guide sets nails to desired depths quickly and conveniently
  • Lightweight aluminum design for added durability
  • Soft rubber foot prevents damage to softer woods
  • Tool-free adjustable exhaust conveniently directs exhaust away from the user

Comments

paul "50 year old woodworker" says:

Great gun I bought this reconditioned, and I like both the saving, and the fact that someone looked over the tool. This winter I shot 10,000 plastic colated Hitachi nails through this gun without a single misfire. The company I worked with uses the Hitachi siding nailer, thats why the nailes were hitachi. And I bought a Bostitch nailer because it was both cheaper, and watching others with the Hitachi frustrated with jambing and misfires, helped me make my choice

A. Mandeville "Somanytools" says:

great gun We use this gun for cedar siding, trim boards, and plywood sheeting for both roofs and sidewall sheeting. The gun is light, reliable, durable, and easy to repair if you do abuse it. We have replaced an aircap and a top seal (the gun took a nose dive off a 3 story victorian roof) That said we have enjoyed using it and would recommend it. Can’t think of a down side so a 5 star buy. One note if your I would recommend the wire collated over the plastic collated …we have had issues with the…

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