BOSTITCH N80CB-1 Round Head 1-1/2 to 3-1/4-Inch Coil Framing Nailer

October 19, 2013 - Comment

A popular model among builders who work on high-repetition projects like trusses and prefabricated frames, Bostitch’s utility coil nailer offers huge capacity and solid reliability. When fully loaded, this nailer certainly isn’t the lightest tool you could choose, but when you can drive 300 nails without having to reload, you quickly appreciate the timesaving capacity.

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A popular model among builders who work on high-repetition projects like trusses and prefabricated frames, Bostitch’s utility coil nailer offers huge capacity and solid reliability. When fully loaded, this nailer certainly isn’t the lightest tool you could choose, but when you can drive 300 nails without having to reload, you quickly appreciate the timesaving capacity. With its aluminum housing and composite canister, this gun is a tough piece of equipment, designed to hold up to bumps and falls–the inevitable beating nailers take on a job site. The nailer’s aggressive teeth easily grip lumber for toe-nailing. An adjustable deflector conveniently directs exhaust away from the user, and a quick-release canister makes loading new coils a snap. We were impressed with how solid the whole unit feels–it has the burliness of an industrial-strength machine. This model shoots 1-1/2- to 3-1/4-inch, 15-degree, wire-weld-collated, full-head nails, and weighs just over 8 pounds empty. Note: this model does not have adjustable drive depth. –Jonathon Tudor

Product Features

  • Powerful coil framing nailer for framing, seathing, subflooring, roof decking, siding, and fencing
  • Contact-trip trigger; large-capacity magazine
  • Aluminum housing
  • Accomodates nails from 1-1/2 to 3-1/4 inches
  • Weighs just 8 pounds; 7-year warranty; made in the USA

Comments

Marlowe Paul says:

Bostitch N80CB-1 Utility coil nailer I have two N80’s I haven’t had any problems with them at all.When loaded with a full coil of nails working over head you have a hand full,but you have a lot more nails in the gun then you would in a strip nailer. For roof and floor sheeting it can’t be beat.

Mark Mueller says:

Indestructible Framers Choice I have been in construction for 15 years. I have 3 of these guns and I’ll tell you from a durability point of view you can’t beat it. I see my guys beat the heck out of these guns and they don’t fail. When i say, “Beat the heck out of them” I don’t just mean the day in and day out firing, I mean turning it over and using the back or the tip to smack studs over to layout lines or to flush up just about anything. The coil bay is easily adjustable to fit any size nail. Reliability? I have seen…

"samvlad" says:

This one will take you home. I’ve used this nailer on several framing projects and not been disapointed. It’s compact design allows easy access to most tight places. Coil load averages about 300 nails so I spend more time shooting than loading. Loading is easy and rarely have had a jam. It’s a little heavier due to the coil load but the advantages out weigh the weight. Can be set up for contact nailing which speeds things along. Nailer has crowned head that grabs wood for toe nailing. At 100 psi drive the nails with…

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