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Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge 1-Inch to 2-1/2-Inch Angled Finish Nailer

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Product Specifications

Part Number:N62FNK-2

Item Package:uantity1

Batteries Required:NO

Item Dimensions

Length:14..63 inches

Width:16.50 inches

Height:4.25 inches

Product Features

  • 1-inch to 2-1/2-inch 15-gauge oil-free angled finish nailer
  • Tool-free removable and angled magazine; adjustable depth control; bypass nail pusher
  • Durable, lightweight magnesium housing
  • Includes no-mar tip, 3 profile tips, 1,000 fasteners, durable plastic carrying case
  • 11.63-by-3.13-inches; extremely light 3.8-pounds; 7-year limited warranty

Product Description

Set With discuss your project with Bostitch N62FNK-2 Angled Finish Nailer. A magnesium body makes this nail durable and lightweight, maintenance-free and oil and easily load a magazine makes it easy to use. adjustable settings allow you to set the depth of the perfect nails for the job, whether you’re working with the furniture, molding, or cutting.

Adjustable to Match the Task at Hand

The Bostitch N62FNK-2 have deep foundations settings can be adjusted and the range of 70-120 PSI activities, which means you can shoot at a depth appropriate for the job quickly and easily. And with a strength of 400 lbs driver /, you can easily set up a 15-gauge finish nails into even the most challenging hardwood with the power to.

In addition, the Bostitch N62FNK-2 has a free tool magazine that holds 130 nails (1.25-inch to 2.5-inch length), so you can beat a lot of work in a load clear. For convenience, the magazine removed easily for cleaning and clearing jams.

Customer Reviews

By M. Hochberg

I bought this gun sight unseen (usually I go “touch” tools at the H— D—- first, but they didn’t have one) and am so far very pleased. When I took it out of the box, the first thing I noticed was how light it is. It’s amazing. Here’s my comments:

– The nail magazine is plastic and the housing is magnesium making this thing feel like a toy in your hand. I’m still a little skeptical about the plastic magazine and wonder if it would withstand the daily pounding of professional use (I’m only a heavy duty homeowner).

The good:

– The oil free engine is fantastic. No oil on your work and no need to remember to oil it.

– Easy to use and maintain.

– Pretty much jam free (I’ve shot plenty of nails through it already).

– VERY light.

The bad:

– Only shoots Stanley nails (PC and Senco shoot a different type of nail). Not a problem as I see it – [One home improvement store] sells them in boxes of 5000 (PC sells their nails in boxes of 1000).

– Plastic magazine – Not sure how long it will last.

Best Finish nailer under $1,000,000! January 6, 2002

By David Mendoza

I have been shopping for a 15 or 16 gauge finish nailer for about six months. This Bostitch is the only 15 gauge angled nailer that I have found to be priced in the straight 16 gauge price range.
This is the best 15 gauge gun at any price. Just hold this gun in your hand and you will be convinced that you can’t buy a better gun, period.
I had narrowed my choices down to the Bostitch, Porter-Cable and the new DeWalt.
The PC was nice, the price was right and I have had great success with my PC 18 gauge brad nailer, but the 15 gauge PC was way too heavy. Almost twice the weight of the Bostitch.
The DeWalt fit my small hands like a glove, was very light weight and within my budget (if I stayed with the straight nailer vs the angled model). However, I shyed away from the DeWalt models because the contact trip assembly had too many bends which didn’t seem to operate as smoothly as the PC and Bostitch. The display model at a local hardware store already looked like it was on the verge of having problems. I’m not hard on my tools, but one nasty bump, or a fall off of the workbench and you might be out of business.
Finally the Bostitch!
At less than 4 lbs. it’s the lightest in it’s class, yet still packs the biggest punch of them all! 400 in./lbs. It only weighs about 1 lb. more than by Porter-Cable brad nailer.
The finish and quality are second to none. It just plain ol’ feels good in your hand. It’s balanced so well it feels like an extension of your hand.
I am on a major budget (per the wife), but this gun is definitely worth every penny of the MSRP of $…. So why is it selling for only $…? Either A) it’s a “typo”, or B) Amazon and/or Bostitch has gone loco. Whatever the reason, my advice is buy this nailer before they discover that they are practically giving it away. I’m sure this gun will be the standard by which all other finish nailers will be measured against. You will not regret this purchase!
“TEN Stars….Final answer”!

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