BOSTITCH PN100K Impact Nailer Kit

June 5, 2018 - Comment

This highly portable Bostitch PN100K Palm Nailer kit comes with everything you need to perform a wide range of nailing tasks, from putting up metal connectors to constructing decks. The centerpiece of the kit, the PN100 nailer, is powerful enough to drive nails up to 5-inches in length, and is ideal for anyone working in

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This highly portable Bostitch PN100K Palm Nailer kit comes with everything you need to perform a wide range of nailing tasks, from putting up metal connectors to constructing decks. The centerpiece of the kit, the PN100 nailer, is powerful enough to drive nails up to 5-inches in length, and is ideal for anyone working in tight spaces. Weighing in at just 2.9 lbs., the PN100 is crafted to help you complete demanding jobs with ease. Its magnetic nose has a recessed nail slot to hold nails tightly in place, and its ergonomic design maximizes comfort, a crucial feature for anyone driving nails for large chunks of time. To boot, this baby will stand up to just about any challenge, thanks to its hardened steel nose construction. Throw in the extras – three different noses for standard, finish, and large bore nailing, a leather glove, a nose wrench, a hex wrench, lubricant, and spare O-rings – and you have a fantastic all-purpose nailer at an unbeatable price.

What’s in the Box
Impact nailer with standard nose, finish nail nose, large bore Nose, leather comfort glove, nose wrench, hex Wrench, tool lubricant, spare O-rings

The Bostitch story
Originally known as the Boston Wire Stitcher® Company, the first syllables of the words “Boston” and “Stitcher” were joined to make “Bostitch®”, and the name was adopted for product use after the manufacture of machines began. Thomas Briggs, the founder, invented in 1896 a new kind of user friendly Wire Stitcher designed for fastening books, calendars, checks, hat boxes, etc. This machine made a staple or stitch as it was called from a coil of wire. It was called the Boston Wire Stitcher and the company was named the Boston Wire Stitcher Company. In 1903 the company invented a foot operated stapling machine that used pre-formed staples. These staples were not collated but had to be slid off of a track into the magazine of the machine. Later they were collated with paper and then glue. Soon the Boston Wire Stitcher Company was developing various kinds of staplers for industrial markets. In 1930 the Bostitch® Sales Company was formed to sell Bostitch® products, and in 1948 the Boston Wire Stitcher Company officially became Bostitch®, Inc. The first Coil Nailer from Bostitch, the N2, came on the scene in 1965, and the rest is history. Today, Bostitch sells a huge range of nailers, compressors, and other products, and is a leader in the industry.

Product Features

  • Palm nailer kit; ergonomic design; magnetic nose;
  • Ideal for driving common bulk nails-inch confined areas or for nailing off metal connectors and joist hangars
  • Hardened steel nose for durability; leather glove
  • Includes nailer, standard nose, finish nail nose, large bore nose, leather glove, nose wrench, hex wrench, lubricant, spare O-rings
  • 5.25 by 3.5 by 4.13-inches; 2.9-pounds; 7-year limited warranty

Comments

Omega2551 says:

Pleased Works much better than the mini palm nailer i previously used. Drives 16D common HDG nails through laminated 2×10 #2 SYP beams in about a second, though it does take some getting used to. I’m using it behind a Kobalt 150 PSI, 4 SCFM, 8 gallon tank compressor. I can drive at least 7 or 8 nails at 90-95 PSI before the compressor cycles. Should do better than that once i get more accustomed to the tool. The main reason i bought this product was for connecting deck hardware.However as…

Timm Martin says:

Great nailer, terrible instructions First time I’ve used a palm nailer, and I will never pound a nail by hand ever again! 😉 This nailer works very well. It’s so much easier than pounding nails by hand. Occasionally the seal won’t hold when turning on the air, but I can usually correct this by shutting off the air, flipping the nailer upside-down a couple times, then turning on the air again quickly. The first nailer I received was missing the leather handle and O-rings, but Amazon was awesome as always and shipped me a…

JandC.T says:

Powerful Palm Nailer I’ve been a builder for over a decade and have used countless palm nailers to complete difficult nailing tasks. As with any tool, assigning the right one to the right task is key. For big hanger nail-offs I would recommend a positive-placement nailer, but when you have a few oddball hangers or tough access toe-nails to put in, out comes the palm nailer. This thing is an absolute beast. Drives 16D commons into LVLs without missing a beat. Haven’t had to use the rehab kit yet, but glad it is…

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