BOSTITCH N75C-1 Coil Sheathing/Siding Nailer

October 2, 2013 - Comment

688-N75C-1 Features: -Adjustable depth guide sets nails to desired depths quickly and conveniently.-Lightweight aluminum design for added durability.-Perfect for high-volume nailing of wall and roof sheathing.-Nail : 1 1/2 in [Min], 3 in [Max].-Nail Diam: 0.090 in [Min], 0.131 in [Max].-Operating Pressure: 70.0 psi [Min], 100.0 psi [Max].-Operating Type: Contact Trip (Nose Contact Activated).-Impact: 630.00

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688-N75C-1 Features: -Adjustable depth guide sets nails to desired depths quickly and conveniently.-Lightweight aluminum design for added durability.-Perfect for high-volume nailing of wall and roof sheathing.-Nail : 1 1/2 in [Min], 3 in [Max].-Nail Diam: 0.090 in [Min], 0.131 in [Max].-Operating Pressure: 70.0 psi [Min], 100.0 psi [Max].-Operating Type: Contact Trip (Nose Contact Activated).-Impact: 630.00 in lb.-Inlet Size: 1/4 in (NPT).-Handle Type: Centered Pistol Grip.-Body Material: Aluminum.-Applications: Sheathing/Siding. Specifications: -Drives 15 degree wire-weld and plastic inserted nails.

Product Features

  • Perfect for high-volume nailing of wall and roof sheathing
  • Drives 15-degree wire weld collated and plastic inserted nails with shank diameters of 0.090-Inch to 0.131-Inch
  • Lightweight aluminum design for added durability
  • Adjustable depth guide sets nails to desired depths quickly and conveniently

Comments

Ryan Thielbar says:

Horrible fiber cement gun, poor performance at lower PSI, poor nail cycling, poor nail housing design This nail gun is plagued with significant flaws: 1) Poor nail depth control at less than 90 psi. 2) Poor nail cycling performace at less than 90 psi, 3) poor nail magazine design.I own several Stanley Bostitch nail guns and have found that the gas system on their coil nail guns cannot cycle at the lower end of the specified operating range. This may be of little concern for simple wood fence installs but for tricky fiber cement installations, specifically those where fiber cement…

Penn Sentrel "Regular guy" says:

Works well and lightweight The lite weight of this item is a real improvement over older models. My arms and shoulders loved using this on scaffolding and ladders. I sided a two story 1300 square foot garage using LP smartside. I used 2.5 inch Hitachi nails. Of the 3000 nails I used I don’t think I had more than two or three jams. The gun has plenty of power for Smartside application.

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