Model MCN150

Internet #100536502

Strapshot Metal Connector Nailer

$195.94 /each

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The Bostitch STRAPSHOT Metal Connector Nailer (MCN-150) is the perfect tool for fastening metal connectors. Its exposed nail tip places the fastener point directly into connector holes for a faster, more precise application. It has a built in safety that prevents the tool from firing when not placed properly into the connector hole. The Bostitch STRAPSHOT Metal Connector Nailer drives 1-1/2 in. 35 Degree Paper Tape Metal Connector Nails. One feature that sets the Bostitch STRAPSHOT apart from the competition is its size. Standing only 10-1/2 in. tall, the STRAPSHOT Metal Connector Nailer fits easily into hard to reach spaces. The tool is up to 50% lighter than competitive models for reduced fatigue and added maneuverability. The in line magazine also helps maneuverability. Its low nail lockout feature prevents jams by preventing cycling with less than 5 nails for added safety. Finally, Bostitch has included a carrying case and our exclusive 7 Year Limited Warranty.

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Can it be used for joist hangers? Up to code?

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Yes as long as you use the proper nail. this particular gun shoots 1.5" nails so they would work on 2x8 and 2x10 joist hangers (maybe others but i dont klnow off the top of my head) HOWEVER your toe nails are required to be longer so those you would have to hand nail or you can get the simpson joist screws for those.
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