Freeman PFBC940 4-in-1 Mini Flooring Nailer/Stapler using 1 5/8-Inch 18 Gauge Nails or Staplers

September 13, 2013 - Comment

PFBC940 Features: -4-in-1 Mini-flooring gun.-360 adjustable exhaust.-Anodized aluminum cylinder and magazine.-Air filter / anti-dust cap.-Oil-free design.-Comfort grip handle.-Finger depth adjustment.-Reload indicator.-Fastener gauge: 18.-Fastener range: 0.63” – 1.63”.-Operating pressure: 70 – 100 psi.-Magazine capacity: 100 pcs. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 11” H x 10” W x 3.5” D. Warranty: -7 Year limited warranty. Product Features Anodized aluminum magazine

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PFBC940 Features: -4-in-1 Mini-flooring gun.-360 adjustable exhaust.-Anodized aluminum cylinder and magazine.-Air filter / anti-dust cap.-Oil-free design.-Comfort grip handle.-Finger depth adjustment.-Reload indicator.-Fastener gauge: 18.-Fastener range: 0.63” – 1.63”.-Operating pressure: 70 – 100 psi.-Magazine capacity: 100 pcs. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 11” H x 10” W x 3.5” D. Warranty: -7 Year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Anodized aluminum magazine
  • Anodized aluminum cylinder
  • 360 Degree adjustable exhaust
  • 4 nailer in one unit
  • Tool-free depth adjustment

Comments

130guy says:

Works perfectly. Accurate, no misfires. I used this nailer to install over 700 square feet of 1/2″ engineered hardwood floor. It took over 3,500 18 gauge staples and not a single misfire, jam, or problem. Save yourself a hundred dollars over the more expensive products that accomplish no more than this one. It has a 7 year warranty. I called the Freeman company before purchasing. They seemed like good folks and are located in Georgia. Buy with confidence, it’s a good product and I’m very happy to have saved some money and still get…

John D'Amato says:

Great tool! Great Price! This is my second Freeman air tool. Works just as good as my other Freeman flooring nailer. Took some time to figure out the adjustable head. The key was the adjustment knob for the safety. Once I figured that out and set the height, the tool worked flawlessly. Also, be aware of the length of staple you use in relation to the thickness of the flooring. If the staple is too long the gun wont be able to drive the staple through the flooring and sub-floor. Great quality for the price you pay!

Justin says:

Great Floor Runner I’ve been doing flooring for 12 years. and this tool works great. Almost using it every day, it lasts and is pretty much the easiest floor runner to work with. the only thing is that you have to keep it clean. keeping the loader clean will prevent misfire and jamming. I let my first ones build up and ended buying 2 more to replace the old ones. Once I cleaned the old ones from the build up, they worked like new again. I didn’t need to buy the new ones after all! Anyways, they work great,…

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