Senco PC0781 Pneumatic Palm Nailer

January 7, 2014 - Comment

Here’s a handy little nailer at a great price. Palm nailers have their fans, and if you’re one of them, you’ll like this model. Its 2.5 pounds are well-balanced and made even easier to handle because of the soft rubber palm pad and nice leather grip. One downside of palm nailers is the need to

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Here’s a handy little nailer at a great price. Palm nailers have their fans, and if you’re one of them, you’ll like this model. Its 2.5 pounds are well-balanced and made even easier to handle because of the soft rubber palm pad and nice leather grip. One downside of palm nailers is the need to feed each nail individually, but the A20 features a magnetic nail guide that speeds up your driving. It’s ideal for joust hangers, metal straps, and pole barn assembly. The home do-it-yourselfer will like it because it eliminates the dimpling that always goes along with hand nailing. Just a little pressure activates the firing mechanism for trouble-free fastening.Here’s a handy little nailer at a great price. Palm nailers have their fans, and if you’re one of them, you’ll like this model. Its 2.5 pounds are well-balanced and made even easier to handle because of the soft rubber palm pad and nice leather grip. One downside of palm nailers is the need to feed each nail individually, but the A20 features a magnetic nail guide that speeds up your driving. It’s ideal for joust hangers, metal straps, and pole barn assembly. The home do-it-yourselfer will like it because it eliminates the dimpling that always goes along with hand nailing. Just a little pressure activates the firing mechanism for trouble-free fastening.–Kris Jensen-Van Heste

Product Features

  • Drives bulk nails from 5d to 70d
  • Balanced 2.5 pound weight
  • Soft rubber palm pad for comfortable grip
  • Magnetic nail guide for faster and easier driving
  • Leather grip reduces fatigue

Comments

Dale Lampson says:

Wrong photo as A9 I bought this model to replace an A9 that was stolen.This is a poor substitute, for the A9, definitely not up to Senco’s reputation. This appears to be a budget model. I use this tool weekly, I drive alot of 12d and 16d casing nails, they get jambed in the head, this never happend with the A9. Is probably fine for framing nails, hanger nails etc. I wishsenco would stick to quality tools only, not the budget market.

Erich "EV" says:

When a hammer won’t do. The Senco palm nailer provides the ideal solution in situations where a regular old hammer comes up short. I first purchased this nailer when a remodeling project required 8d nails be driven under an existing roof line that provided less than 7 inches of vertical clearance. Clearly not a hammer job. I’ve driven 8d – 16d nails with roughly equal success, although the smaller nails will occassionally bend if the drive angle is not consistantly maintained. If you can’t tolorate an occassional…

Anonymous says:

try another brand Those of you who contract remodel jobs know just how handy a palm nailer can be installing Simpson hardware in those hard to get at places. In the 2+ years that I’ve put this tool to work it might have driven 8000 to 10,000 Teco nails. It’s given up the ghost. In my collection of pneumatic tools the Senco brad nailers are among my favorites but this little unit disappoints me. Probabley made in China or hecko en Mexico. Try another brand.

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