PORTER-CABLE PN650 Palm Nailer Kit

September 17, 2013 - Comment

The Porter-Cable PN650 Palm Nailer Kit is a versatile pneumatic nail gun with a comfortable design and magnetic tip. This nailer will accept 1-1/4 to 6-1/2 inch nails (3d to 70d), and it comes with four different nose tips, including finishing tip, magnetic tip, wide nail tip, and steel hammer tip. Don’t worry about driving

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The Porter-Cable PN650 Palm Nailer Kit is a versatile pneumatic nail gun with a comfortable design and magnetic tip. This nailer will accept 1-1/4 to 6-1/2 inch nails (3d to 70d), and it comes with four different nose tips, including finishing tip, magnetic tip, wide nail tip, and steel hammer tip. Don’t worry about driving the nail too deep, the PN650 features depth-of-drive control to make sure the nail gets set correctly. The nailer operates at 50-120 PSI and features a multi-blow firing mode–2,300 BPM at 100 PSI.

Product Features

  • Capacity from 1-1/4-inch to 6-1/2-inch (3d to 70d)
  • Comes with four different nose tips
  • No Mar finish tip: for finish nail up to 3d
  • Magnetic tip: for driving 3d to 16d common nails
  • Standard tip: for common nails up to 70d; Steel hammer kit: for moldings, dowels, automotive body work

Comments

Clifford says:

Palm Nailer Kit Since nails must be inserted one at a time, this is not the best tool for someone with thousands of a specific type of nail to drive. However, it will serve in place of an array of nail guns for those who must drive a variety of different nails. In addition, it is safer since the nails are driven by successive blows rather than shot out of a gun.

Bryan says:

This thing is great! I have always used a framing hammer to nail joist hangers and usually on every job I bang my finger once or twice while trying to hold the hanger/nail and hammer. I used this tool for the first time today and was amazed at how smooth it is. It comes with quite a few different accessories for different types of nails and it comes with an air hose connection. I had to nail one hanger with only 5 1/2″ between the hanger and the adjacent wall and the palm nailer handled this easily. I was…

V. Steel "short carpenter" says:

Ease of use with prior elbow injury I am in the midst of building a deck. I and my partner have used this palm nailer from day one of construction. It is easy to use, very controllable.Without this palm nailer I would have blown my elbow out with a conventional hammer and nails. Each joist hanger took 6 nailsTwo hangers per joist=12 nails. 28 joists x 12= 536 + nails in hangers and all went in straight and without hesitation.To date, this is the best purchase I have made that saves wear and tear on my…

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