Freeman PMPN Mini-Palm Nailer

September 30, 2013 - Comment

PMPN Features: -Mini palm nailer.-Light weight.-Ergonomically designed body.-Air filter.-Anti-dust cap.-Small powerful hammer to assist you in your hammering needs.-No need to swing a hammer in tight spaces and hard to reach areas.-Can equip nails from 6d-16d and will drive up to 3.5” nails.-Weighs at 1.38 lbs for ease of use and comfort. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 2.75”

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PMPN Features: -Mini palm nailer.-Light weight.-Ergonomically designed body.-Air filter.-Anti-dust cap.-Small powerful hammer to assist you in your hammering needs.-No need to swing a hammer in tight spaces and hard to reach areas.-Can equip nails from 6d-16d and will drive up to 3.5” nails.-Weighs at 1.38 lbs for ease of use and comfort. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 2.75” H x 4.38” W x 5.13” D. Warranty: -7-Year warranty.

Product Features

  • Ergonomically engineered body
  • High quality internal parts
  • Light weight design is under two-pounds
  • Oil and wrenches included
  • Handles nails from 6d to 16d and up to 3-1/2-inches in length

Comments

J. Richards "Construction 101" says:

Great Nailer This is a great nailer for tight spaces, joist hanger nails or simply a more entertaining option than a hammer. Easy to use, safe and very effective!

Haywood "Haywood" says:

Love my Freeman Mini Palm Nailer I used it today for the first time. I had to beef up part of my wood fence with new 2×4 stringers as I live in a very windy area. I used the Freeman to drive 6d Galv. Nails into the 6″ wide 6′ tall pickets. The Freeman Mini is comfortable in the hand, and lightening fast at driving the nails into the picket/stringers. I was amazed. I dialed my PSI right at 90, which was probably a little high. I love this tool and can’t wait to use it again. PS, this baby is loud as it drives the nails in. If…

M. Evans says:

This even mildly impressed my skeptical friend! I needed to build a foundation for my resin shed and as I looked into things, the general recommendations were to use nails and not screws. I’m not the best at driving them straight and without error, especially larger ones like the 16d common nails a plan I was looking at called for. I saw a similar palm nailer (Rigid) on Home Depot’s website and looked to Amazon for a better price. When I did this came up under the suggested products and the reviews were convincing enough and especially for…

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