Model # GR250

Internet #100388683

Grip-Rite 2-1/2 in. Joist Hanger Nailer-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued Grip-Rite

2-1/2 in. Joist Hanger Nailer-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The Grip-Rite GR250 Multi-blow Metal Connector Nailer is known for its toughness and reliability. Applications include metal hangers, seismic and hurricane ties, as well as anchors and connector straps. This compact nailer is designed to work easily in tight spaces, shoots both paper and plastic collated joist nails, and includes a belt hook for conveiniece. The GR250 features "multi-blow" functionality, which promotes safer usage when compared to "single-blow" tools. It shoots 30 degree to 34 degree metal connector nails in 1-1/2 in. and 2-1/2 in. lengths. For 1-1/2 in. lengths, it accepts both 0.131 in. and 0.148 in. thickness. For 2-1/2 in. lengths it accepts both .148 in. and .162 in. thickness. Also included with the purchase of this tool: carrying case and owner's manual, belt hook, safety glasses, hex wrenches, tool oil and a male air plug.

  • Fast easy loading
  • Designed to use either standard or tip hardened nails
  • Small, lightweight, compact and well-balanced to reduce user fatigue
  • Fast easy loading
  • Belt hook included
  • Carrying case included
  • Saftey glasses included
  • 12 month limited warranty

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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good upgrade from a Palm Nailer We purchased this nailer for installing joist hangers on floor systems. The nailer performs like a palm nailer with an auto feed magazine of collated nails. The nailer drives perfectly, but the auto feed magazine is a disappintment. The difference between this nailer and a framing nailer, besides the repetitive hit, is the necessity for the nail to protrude beyond tip to align the nail with the holes in the joist hanger. This is where the tool fails. We first tried to use the nailer with glued nail strips, and could not get the feed system to work at all. With paper nail strips, the feed system worked until we had 4-5 nails left on the strip. At this point, the nails would twist in the magazine and stop feeding. It would be necessary to add another strip to get the feed system to work. Overall, it beats a palm nailer, but could use some improvement on the nail feed system. December 20, 2012
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