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Freeman Tools PFR2190 Full Head Framing Nailer
Full Head Framing Nailer
The Freeman Framing Nailer is the perfect tool for construction framing, pallet manufacturing, crate manufacturing and truss assembly.
- Operating Pressure: 70 - 115 psi
- Fastener Gauge: 0.113-in - 0.131-in
- Fastener Range: 2-in - 3-1/2-in
- Magazine Capacity: 55-pcs
- Compatible Nails: 0.113-in - 0.131-in gauge, 21°, 2-in - 3-1/2-in plastic collated framing nails
- 360° adjustable exhaust
- Anodized aluminum rail and cylinder
- Magnesium construction
- Tool-less depth adjustment
- Air filter / anti-dust cap
- One piece driver blade
- Anti-Dry cycle mechanism
- No-Mar Pad
- Teflon O-Rings
- Interchangeable triggers
- Molded plastic case
- Oil and wrenches included
|Warranty||7 Year Limited|
Flooring nailers are specially designed to fit flush against floor boards for easy fastening. Finishing nailers are often angled and use thin finishing nails, great for baseboards, trim work, molding, and door casings. Framing nailers are designed for fast high-powered work on large pieces of material. Brad nailers are typically smaller and best for lighter jobs and trim work. Roofing nailers are specifically designed for use on shingles. Pinner nailers are lightweight and great for all types of hobby work. Staplers are best used on 1/4" or thinner material.
|Nailer Type||Framing Nailer|
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