Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 43
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by JV No carrying case
I just received the nail gun and there is no case. Why does Home Depot show the nailer with a case if it doesn't come with one? There isn't even a bag!
September 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Caveman Great Nailer
Works Great. Ready to throw away my hammers now. Easy to use and very powerful. Split my board the first test, but quickly adjusted it to the correct driving depth. Accepted full head and clipped nails. Have driven over 300 nails without a misfire or problem.
Was able to build a new staircase to the basement in one day.
A little heavy by the end of the day, but still easier than swinging the hammer.
June 30, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by TagMay13 Great Purchase for the Money
I got this nail gun because I had some clipped head nails to use. This gun also uses normal round head nails as well so the dual purpose was the main selling point. I've used this gun to build a new cedar fence and after hanging 147' of fence the gun has worked flawlessly.
The light weight is also a huge advantage.
The only reason why I did not give this purchase 5 stars is because it didn't come with a carrying case.
August 4, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Texas Good Nailer But No carrying case.
This is a good nailer for the money. But I'm disappointed that no carrying case to protect in came with it. And Home Depot doesn't sell one for it either. The nailer has a plastic magazine rail that will surely be damaged and bent from other tools leaning against it. Putting this nailer in the Gang "tool box" without a case will definitely get damaged banging around with other tools. Missing Accessories also
September 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Maxine good gun for price
Bought as back up. Was concerned about the light weight of gun but found it to work well. Not sure it would hold up to heavy use. I use it for home repairs. Cost was driving factor in my purchase.
July 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by HandyRandy Performs well, great value
I used this nailer to re-nail all my deck boards and to repair some of the structure. It performs well. The price was great on a Home Depot special deal of the day. Only concern is there seems to be a limited variety of nails available that are for a 30 degree nailer. HD sells Paslode nails for around $59 a box of 2500 nails. I used 3-1/2 inch long .120 inch diameter ring shank galvanized nails for nailing 2x structure and 2-3/8 inch long.103 inch diameter ring shank galvanized nails for the 5/4 deck boards. HD also sells similar size nails with bright finish. The local Lowes does not sell 30 degree nails.
September 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by UDCSUX Pro grade industry standard quality
After a lot of research i bought this item. First i purchased the 21* model FR350B and returned it for the FC350B. FR is for Round head and FC is for Clipped head nails. However the FC350B uses both round or clipped in the paper collated form. This makes your gun compatible with many on the market and out in use in the field today. Helpful when buying and sharing nails with other friends/contractors. After researching the paper collated nails; they are said to be safer as the paper gets desintigrated in the worked product. Whereas the plastic on the 21* FR nails get lodged in the mechanism or ejected. Even with goggles or protective eye wear you don't want to have to think about cast off while working...either for the user or others and you certainly don't want to spend time unjaming your gun. The FC is 30* angle which sets the nail cartridge closer to the handle providing more compact space to fire in close spaces. You'll appreciate it when its needed, but seems second nature while working with it. Both models come with a case, rafter/belt hook, two cushion heads, and adjustable exhaust. Great accessories for the price that many other manufactures lack. Get the industrial fittings for your compressor hook up.
March 30, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by dave Updating tools
Worked well, staff wasn't helpful. Could not find nails for the unit. Why sell something and staff is unable to recommend the proper nails?
June 25, 2015