Makita AN611 1-1/4-Inch to 2-1/2-Inch Coil Siding Nailer

October 30, 2013 - Comment

3-mode selector switch (contact, sequential, lock) allows user control over nailing options Product Features Easy-to-use coil siding nailer ideal for diagonal nailing Rubber grip for comfortable handling; rubber bumper protects tool housing Easy-to-adjust depth-setting knob features 9 settings in increments of 1/16-inch Includes hex wrench, plastic tool case, and safety goggles Weighs 5 pounds; 1-year

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3-mode selector switch (contact, sequential, lock) allows user control over nailing options

Product Features

  • Easy-to-use coil siding nailer ideal for diagonal nailing
  • Rubber grip for comfortable handling; rubber bumper protects tool housing
  • Easy-to-adjust depth-setting knob features 9 settings in increments of 1/16-inch
  • Includes hex wrench, plastic tool case, and safety goggles
  • Weighs 5 pounds; 1-year warranty
  • “Tool-less” depth adjustments with 9 settings
  • 3-mode selector switch (contact, sequential, lock) allows user control over nailing options
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  • Built-in air filter minimizes dust and debris from entering tool
  • Easy loading canister with nail size adjustment provides maximum versatility
  • Hex Wrench 4 (783202-0)
  • Multi-directional exhaust port directs exhaust air away from operator
  • Oil Supply (181434-7)
  • Rubber bumpers protect work surface
  • Rubber grip for comfortable handling
  • Safety Goggles (191687-A)
  • Silent sheet reduces noise when disconnecting coupler
  • Smooth nose tip prevents scratching
  • Tool Case (824490-1)

Comments

Paul Harrelson "mikey01h" says:

Best engineered nailer ever! I needed a siding nailer for Hardiplank siding. After reading a few reviews I opted to try the Makita AN611. This nailer is absolutely the best engineered nailer I have come across. I own several Porter Cable, Bostitch, Dewalt and Bosch pneumatic nailers and staplers and each have their plus and minuses. The Makita has NO minuses I can find.Canister loading is a snap, and the hinged head eliminated any need for disassembly of the head should it jamb (shouldn’t be a problem for this…

Walking8 says:

Got it, used it, love it!! Well, after reading all the reviews and checking them out in person at local suppliers, I bought the Makita AN611. Sweet!!!!

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