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Makita

Model AN453

Internet #202713475

Store SKU #1001088047

Store SO SKU #1001083764

1-3/4 in. 15 Degree Roofing Coil Nailer

  • Features durable aluminum construction for long tool life
  • Faster nail loading with 1-gate magazine
  • Backed by a 3-year limited warranty

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The Makita 1-3/4 in. Roofing Coil Nailer (model AN453) combines rugged construction and robust performance with less weight. The AN453 accepts 3/4 in. to 1-3/4 in. nails in its 120 nail capacity magazine. The AN453 is engineered for longer tool life with durable and lightweight aluminum housing and an easy-loading adjustable canister. Ease-of-use features include a "tool-less" depth adjustment engineered for more precise control and flush nailing. Additional features include large carbide inserts on the nosepiece for long lasting performance.

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  • Easy loading adjustable canister system allows for faster, more precise loading
  • Aluminum housing for longer tool life
  • Tool-less depth adjustment engineered for more precise control and flush nailing
  • Tool-less shingle guide designed for easy adjustments and consistent single placement
  • Large carbide inserts on nose piece for long lasting performance
  • Rubberized handle for better fit and added comfort
  • Oversized steel wear plates reduce abrasion on tool
  • Nose assembly can be easily removed for cleaning or maintenance
  • Only 5.2 lbs. for less weight and more power
  • Adjustable tool hook allows tool to remain close by but never in the way
  • 3 year limited warranty
  • Includes: hex wrench (783202-0), pneumatic nailer oil (181434-7), safety goggles (192517-8)
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  • Built-in magnet ensures last nail is driven
  • Features diagram


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Does this model have a attachment for nailing vinyl siding ?

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August 25, 2016
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No, the listing includes only hex wrench (783202-0), pneumatic nailer oil (181434-7) and safety goggles (192517-8).
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Can i purchase a hard case for this nailer? The siding nailer comes in a hard case so why cant this one.

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August 10, 2016
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, "We suggest you purchase one our our Makita Interlocking Cases available on www.homedepot.com
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What would the CFM would have to be on Gas or Electric compressor. to be able to run 1 or 2 roofing nailer

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The minimum recommended air delivery for each Makita AN453 Coil Roofing Nailers at 90PSI is 2.8 SCFM, so to run 1 nailer you would need a compressor with a minimum of 2.8CFM or for 2, 5.6CFM.
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How much dose it weight

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The AN453 1-3/4" Roofing Coil Nailer has a net weight of 5.2 pounds.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Well Used this to put a roof on my large 16 x 12 shed. Went over the old shingles with no issues using 1 3/4 nails. Air at 110 psi with a 25 ft. hose. A little expensive but it feels and works like a quality tool. June 6, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good for occassional use Will work for the DIY as it's not commercial quality. Too many misfires (double nailing) and does not sink the nail flush even though the depth & p.s.i. it set correctly. The metal casting is irregular showing this was not made with quality in mind. When doing a complete roof would not recommend. But for patch or repair yes, as it's easier than hammering roofing nails with bare hands! June 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice and light It arrived quickly and was well packed. Mine came from the factory in a box within a box within a box. Included accessories are safety glasses, lubricating oil and an air hose quick disconnect already installed. The gun ships fully assembled and ready to load and connect to a compressor supplying dry, filtered air at 65-120 psi. The nail magazine holds a coil of 120 nails from 3/4" to 1-3/4". Like all other pneumatic tools this one requires a constant source of lubrication from an inline oiler or manual daily lubrication before and after using the tool. Two or three drops of the supplied oil through the air inlet will do the trick. The nails load easily and there's a small magnet that ensures the last nail in the coil feeds reliably. This gun features a belt clip, an adjustable shingle guide and a tool-less depth adjustment. The depth adjuster is a knurled knob that when turned clockwise increases the driven depth and counter clockwise to decrease. You can add additional adjustment by increasing or decreasing your compressor pressure. Like my other roofing nailers this one can be single-fired by pressing down on the work piece and pulling the trigger or bump-fired by holding the trigger back and bumping the nose piece against the work. I normally run my compressor at 90 psi and at that pressure I was able to fine tune the nail depth with the built-in adjuster. My other guns don't have a shingle guide and I don't foresee me using this one. I was taught to snap chalk lines and I find that method fast and accurate. I drove a half coil of one inch nails into a shingle over 3/4 inch plywood backing with no problems. To truly test its functionality I'll have to test it on my next roofing project which should happen in the fall. By the way, I've found these nailers are useful for other projects besides roofing. I've used mine to install sheathing, new construction flanged windows and wallboard on ceilings. It's a very fast way to get a couple of nails into heavy ceiling boards proir to finishing the job with sheetrock screws. Makita offers a 30 day refund or exchange and a 3 year warranty when a defective tool is returned to an authorized service center. June 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by easy glad makita made this coil nailer...goes great with my other makita tools February 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible replacement for the AN451 I purchased one of these to augment my AN451 and found it could not sink nails while rapid firing. You had to hold the gun down on each nail and then hit the trigger to get them to sink most of the time. I returned it and got another new AN453 as a replacement and it functioned the same. Makita changed the internal design on this gun and it will not sink the nails. I bought a used AN451 and it works perfectly. This is really a shame as I own thousands of dollars in Makita tools and all but this new roofing nailer work great. September 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great roofing Nailer! Extremely well built and durable nailing gun, very high quality! June 3, 2014
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