DEWALT D51276K 1-Inch to 2-1/2-Inch 15-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer

September 1, 2013 - Comment

Innovative DEWALT technology allows you to use the D51276K with or without oil, offering you the versatility to complete a wide range of jobs quickly and efficiently. With its operating pressure of 70-120 PSI, this versatile nailer takes one- to 2-1/2-inch, 34-degree, 15 gauge straight collated nails, and provides the freedom of tool-less perks including

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Innovative DEWALT technology allows you to use the D51276K with or without oil, offering you the versatility to complete a wide range of jobs quickly and efficiently. With its operating pressure of 70-120 PSI, this versatile nailer takes one- to 2-1/2-inch, 34-degree, 15 gauge straight collated nails, and provides the freedom of tool-less perks including a 360 degree rotating exhaust cap, nail depth adjustment, and a front opening that releases any jams for smooth, reliable performance. The D51276K comes with a carrying case, 1000 two-inch finish nails, a low-profile and no-mar pad, a pre-installed sequential action trigger, and a trigger lock off.

Product Features

  • Sealed Lube Dual Tech: motor works as an oil free and oil lube unit.
  • Tool-free features: adjustable belt hook, nail depth adjustment, jam clearing, 360 degree exhaust
  • Uses 1-inch to 2-1/2-inch (25.4-milimeter-65-milimeter) 34 degree collated nails, rear load;
  • Includes carrying case, sample finish nails and safety glasses
  • Low profile no-mar pad; Sequential action trigger installed

Comments

Nicholas Kefalas says:

Best One !!! This is the one.I had the oportunity to try several 15 guage nailers after deciding that my 16G Porter Cable could not do the job I wanted it.Don’t get me worng. My PC is the best 16G nailer in my arsenal but I needed something more.I tried the Hitachi 15G, the Senco, and the Bostich.I then tried the Dewalt and I was hooked. I was ready to buy the Hitachi, but the Dewalt went down to a 1″ over the Hitachi 1 1/4″ and the balance of the Dewalt just…

matthew Shortridge says:

Use Bostich DA nails! Senco DA are the wrong angle. I bought this nailer 4 months ago and went around and around trying to get nails that worked with it. The angle on Senco DA nails is slightly less than the nails that came with the nailer. I also tried a few after market nails–same deal. Finally I ordered Bostitch DA nails and they are exactly the same as the ones that came with it. Probably they are purchased by DeWalt for the kit. The Senco nails even say that they are for this gun on the package. They shoot 3 or 4 times and jam…

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