Model # PN50

Internet #204149657

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360 Degree Mini Impact Nailer

$3799 /each

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Product Overview

The rubber grip on the palm nailer is comfortable and provides a level of insulation. The total weight of the tool is 1 lbs. The air fitting has a full range of rotation for maneuverability.

  • Rubber grip designed to insulate and reduce vibration
  • Weighs only 1 lb.
  • 360° swivel air fitting for maximum accessibility
  • Front exhaust directs air away from users palm
  • Drives most common bulk finish, framing and timber nails
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Will it drive any nail

Asked by: Deb
It has some problems with 16D nails and larger, anything where the head of the nail is too big for the impact chamber. But if the head of the nail fits into chamber, it can drive it.
Answered by: BuyerBeware22
Date published: 2017-05-02

can this nailer drive 16d round head nails?

Dear Sir/Madam, can this nailer drive 16d round head nails? what' the minimum size of mails can be used? thanks a lot! Jin
Asked by: ChicagoJin
Yes.
Answered by: BuyerBeware22
Date published: 2016-04-20
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Customer Reviews

360 Degree Mini Impact Nailer is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Although the site does not list a brand, this is a Bostitch PN50. My only regret is that I didn't... Although the site does not list a brand, this is a Bostitch PN50. My only regret is that I didn't get one of these sooner. It's size allows you to drive nails in small spaces. Magnetic holder lets you nail one handed. Originally bought to assist in rebuilding my fence, I now use it for all kinds of jobs.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bostitch PN50 mini palm nailer I have no idea why this is listed as a no-brand item. It's Bostitch's popular PN50 mini palm nailer. All right, let's explain what this is for: If you are building any sort of dramed structure out of 2 x4 dimensional lumber, building codes typically dictate that you use very large nails such as 16-penny, or 16D 3.5-inch nails to put together key structural elements. Extra-careful pros will typically advocate overbuilding and using the same big nails throughout your structure. But these nails are very difficult to drive manually into kiln-dried dimensional lumber with the kind of undersized hammers the average homeowner or amateur woodworker has in her/his toolbox, as well as the minimal hammer skills most of us, amateurs or professionals, have in our driving arms. Deck screws are, for most amateurs, a non-code-compliant and occasionally unsafe solution. There are two professional solutions to the nailing problem: the first is to use a framing nailer to drive these large nails, an extremely large and heavy tool connected to a large air compressor that fires nails into wood using air pressure at the push of a trigger. For structural nails that are driven into concrete, there are powder-actuated tools that use gunpowder in a cartridge to literally fire nails into the most difficult building materials. Even with those professional solutions, you will often need to drive nails into difficult-to reach areas that the nailer won't fit into. And toenailing, driving nails into dimension lumber at an angle to join two perpendicular pieces together, is often impossible and hard to control with the larger nailers, let alone with a big framing hammer in an inexperienced hand, as most are these days. Enter the palm nailer. Especially if you are only going to do minimal building in 2 x 4 lumber, or if most of your dimensional-lumber nailing is going to involve working in small-scale renovations, this is one of the first nailers you should buy. What this does is put the power of a framing hammer in an inexperienced hand in a pocket-sized package. You can drive practically any nail with this tool, but you will find it most useful for big nails (8D-16D) being driven into dimensional lumber. It will fit a 16D nail and drive it straight or at a precise angle. It can be run slowly and carefully off a small 3-gallon compressor, as long as you don't overburden the compressor by trying to drive too many nails to quickly. Do yourself a favor and go check out some amateur videos on how these palm nailers work before you buy one. Eventually, you might trade up to the larger framing nailers and larger compressors (and buy a powder-actuated nailer for special applications), but you'll always keep this around for toenailing and driving nails in tight areas. One of the weaknesses of these mini palm nailers is that occasionally, the magnetic heads are just too small to fit 16D nails. This nailer doesn't have that problem. It does not work very fast to drive lots of nails. Again, if you need that speed or if that speed makes money for you and if you have the space and will to lug it around from job to job, buy a framing nailer. But most of the guys who work on my renovation team tend to go with palm nailers for almost all our admittedly minimal framing work. It's just wonderfully small and convenient for the odd angles and tight spaces we typically encounter, and it also offers a lot of control in driving these nails that is sometimes lacking in the larger frame nailers.
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mini Impact Palm Nailer This is the second palm nailer I've purchased as I completely wore out the first one. It drives all the common nails easily and quickly even into hard to reach areas. Joist hangers are a breeze using this nailer and there's less chance of splitting the wood. The only thing I use my claw hammer for any more is to pull out nails and align pieces before nailing. If you buy one of these, you'll wonder why you didn't get one sooner.
Date published: 2014-07-15
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