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Pneumatic 3-1/2 in. 21 Degree Full Round Head Framing Nailer with Nails (100-Count)

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  • Perfect for DIYers at home as well as contractors at the job site
  • Increases productivity while ensuring professional results
  • Includes 100 round head framing nails to get you right to work
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The Freeman PFR2190NQ Pneumatic 21° 3-1/2 in. Full Round Head Framing Nailer with Nails (100-count) is specifically designed for applications such as framing, subfloors, roof decking, pallet and shipping crate assembly and wood fencing. This air powered nail gun is compatible with 10-Gauge to 12-Gauge plastic collated 21° full round head framing nails from 2 in. to 3-1/2 in. and a dual mode trigger allows the option of either sequential firing for accuracy or bump firing for speed. Featuring an anti-dry-fire design, tool-free depth adjust, comfort grip handle and 360° adjustable exhaust, this rugged framing nailer will increase productivity for DIYers as well as construction contractors. The body of this nail gun is constructed of magnesium to reduce weight, making it easier to use for long shifts. A 1-piece drive blade of hardened steel provides lasting durability. A no mar safety tip prevents damage to your working surface and ensures professional results at home and at the job site. The Pneumatic 21° 3-1/2 in. Full Round Head Framing Nailer includes 100 nails so you can get right to work and is covered by Freeman's 2-year Professional Tool Warranty and 90-day Wearable Parts Warranty.
  • Ideal for framing, subfloors, roof decking, pallet and shipping crate assembly and wood fencing
  • Compatible with 10-Gauge to 12-Gauge 21° plastic collated full round head framing nails from 2 in. to 3-1/2 in.
  • Dual mode trigger for switching easily between bump and sequential firing
  • Anti-dry-fire mechanism prevents empty fires and reduces damage on internal components
  • Tool-free depth adjust for various applications
  • Comfort grip handle reduces fatigue and increases control
  • 360° adjustable exhaust allows user to direct air away from face
  • Magnesium body results in a rugged and lightweight tool great for extended use
  • 1-piece drive blade of hardened steel
  • No mar safety tip prevents damage to your working surface
  • 21° 3 in. full round head framing nails (100-count) included
  • Covered by Freeman's 2-year professional tool warranty and 90-day wearable parts warranty
  • California residents

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Cord StylePneumaticPneumaticPneumaticPneumatic
Power TypeAirAirAirAir
Nail Gun Angle21 degree21 degree21 degree21 degree
Maximum Fastener Size3-1/2 in3-1/2 in3-1/2 in3-1/2 in
Voltage (v)No VoltageNo VoltageNo VoltageNo Voltage
Nail GaugeNANANANA
Minimum Fastener Size2 in2 in2 in2 in
Nailer FeaturesAdjustable Exhaust Port,Comfort Grip,Dry Fire Lockout,Fastener Depth Control,No-Mar Tip,Selectable TriggerAdjustable Exhaust Port,Comfort Grip,Dry Fire Lockout,Fastener Depth Control,No-Mar Tip,Selectable TriggerAdjustable Exhaust Port,Comfort Grip,Dry Fire Lockout,Fastener Depth Control,No-Mar Tip,Selectable TriggerComfort Grip,Dry Fire Lockout
Loading typeStripStripStripStrip
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Specifications

Dimensions

Air Inlet Size (in.)
1/4 in
Nail Gauge
NA
Nail Gun Angle
21 degree
Product Depth (in.)
6.63 in
Product Height (in.)
14.38 in
Product Width (in.)
20.25 in

Details

Air Tool Type
Air Nailer
Compressor/Air Tool Features
Adjustable Exhaust Port,Comfort Grip,Dry Fire Lockout,Fastener Depth Control,No-Mar Tip,Selectable Trigger
Condition
New
Cord Style
Pneumatic
Cordless/Corded
Corded
Firing Mode
Contact
Included
Nails,Oil
Loading type
Strip
Magazine Capacity
55
Maximum Fastener Size
3-1/2 in
Minimum Fastener Size
2 in
Minimum Recommended Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI
2.4
Minimum Recommended Operating Pressure (psi)
70 PSI
Multi-Purpose
Single Purpose
Nailer Features
Adjustable Exhaust Port,Comfort Grip,Dry Fire Lockout,Fastener Depth Control,No-Mar Tip,Selectable Trigger
Power Type
Air
Returnable
90-Day
Tool weight (lb.)
8.6
Tools Product Type
Air Tool
Voltage (v)
No Voltage

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A hefty but well balanced pneumatic framing nailer (which uses 21 degree, 2 inch to 3 ½ inch Full...
A hefty but well balanced pneumatic framing nailer (which uses 21 degree, 2 inch to 3 ½ inch Full Round Head, plastic collated nails), this tool will adequately address the needs of an advanced DIYer who, for example, frequently is framing sheds, deck boxes and the like or, is of the age where arthritic joints preclude sustained hammer work. The tool comes ready to use (after adding a few drops of the supplied tool oil) and is supplied with 100 three (3) inch nails to orient yourself to the adjustments and operating modes of the tool. You will probably use half of these nails to find the “sweet spot” of air pressure and depth control setting before actually using it for a project. The full round head nails make it easier to finish driving the nail home with a hammer, should you not achieve full depth from the nailer. At 8.6 pounds, it is not a lightweight but, as noted above, is very well balanced so that you don’t really feel the weight of the tool. A cushioned comfort grip is provided which adds to user comfort. Designed to operate from an air supply of from 70 to 115 psi, in use, I found 90-95 psi a good starting point for adjustment. The exhaust discharge can be rotated 360 degrees to avoid impinging upon the user. The depth of penetration of the nails may be changed by a mechanical adjustment (a knurled knob at the head of the nailer) and the operating pressure or a combination of the two. The mechanical depth adjustment is somewhat sloppy and imprecise. There is no indictor to aid in resetting to a previous depth and, since when adjusted for straight shots did not always fully drive the fastener when toenailing, could be a hinderance for a commercial user. It is possible to use the tool in either sequential fire or bump-fire mode, however it requires the changing of the trigger (rather than a selector lever or knob). In addition to being time consuming, it increases the chance of losing one or both of the triggers, the trigger spring, and/or the pivot pin and retaining O-ring. Even if one does not choose to change the trigger to bump-fire (a wise choice for the DIYer), the retention of the trigger pivot by a tiny O-ring will, no doubt, lead to the pin working it way out after sustained use and drying of the O-ring. Surprisingly, no spare O-rings or trigger pins were included as spares. Prior to the (linear) magazine emptying itself of nails, an “anti-dry fire” mechanism will inhibit further operation until the tool is reloaded with nails in the 55-nail capacity magazine. A quick disconnect air fitting comes with and is installed to the tool and provided with a plastic dust cap to prevent the ingress of foreign matter into the tool when not in use. The “non-marring pad” supplied with the tool (not sure why for a framing nailer) can be removed and will need to be if one is attempting to accurately toe-nail studs. There is no integral rafter hook, so one will end up having to find places to place the tool down in between uses. The generation of a significant spark every time a nail was driven will require some caution when using near combustible material (or, hopefully not doing so). In summary, while adequate for many advanced DIYers, this may not be the best choice for someone who is framing 8 hours a day.
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This seems to be a perfect framing nailer for a DIY guy like me, who needs it for a periodic home...
This seems to be a perfect framing nailer for a DIY guy like me, who needs it for a periodic home project or to help a friend. It seems to be well-built though I have no way of knowing how it would hold up to the rigors of everyday use.I like the no-mar tip and the comfortable non-slip handle. At 8.5 lbs. it's slightly heavier than some other brands I looked at but only by about a pound. The NPT hose fitting is fixed not a swivel like some pricier brands but that's fine for my uses. The fact that it has no hanging hook also doesn't matter to me. It drove the nails provided quickly, smoothly and even with the wood surface right out of the box without adjustment. The manufacturer warns against trying to use all the nails before reloading and says it will stop firing when it reaches seven nails. I'll take their word and not test this to avoid problems.
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For those interested in country of origin, this product was made in CHINA. Purchased this item be...
For those interested in country of origin, this product was made in CHINA. Purchased this item because I need to create a 10' x 10' deck for a shed and the thought of nailing was not acceptable. This worked very well. Researched the company and found it had a good reputation for products. Not a very heavy machine to use. Arms will hurt at end of job if you are a DIYer. Fires single and multiple with the supplied additional trigger guard. Works with 60 - 115 PSI, so only a small compressor is needed. Loads easily, and will not fire when empty. Tried 2" and 3 1/2" nails, not a problem. Problem with sinking nail heads but easily resolved with change of setting. Would have wished for a carry case to protect the unit. The shipping box will not last long. Be aware that it will sometimes double nail when in single nail mode.
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I started using framing nailers about 40 years ago. Back then I was framing for a living and the...
I started using framing nailers about 40 years ago. Back then I was framing for a living and the guns we used then were nearly 4 times what this one is now. So it amazes me that you can get a pretty decent gun for the selling point on these. This is missing some features of the ones I used back then but then for the cost I would expect that. One thing I notice right away is that loading nails is a little more of a hassle than the ones I once used. On those you dropped in a clip of nails and pulled back the spring and it would slide across the nails then engage as you released it. With this one you have to pull back then drop in the nails. Of course on those old ones every now and then the spring would slip off the nails. I see no way for that to happen here. So that is a trade off. As far as the weight this one seems heavier than the lighter ones I used but a lot lighter than the heavier ones I used. So middle of the road on weight. This is a good gun for projects like what I got it for (building a small utility building.). For the selling point it is hard to see how you could go wrong with this gun. I rate this high because I think for the selling point it is a good deal.
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Worth the money
I do not work in construction but am an avid DIY’er. I have owned this nail gun for a few weeks and am currently using it to build a shed. Thus far, this nail gun is great for the price, seems well made, and is user friendly when dialing in desired nail depths.
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      did one project so far...for the money it's awesome...
      did one project so far...for the money it's awesome
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      Works pretty well although not as lightweight as made to...
      Works pretty well although not as lightweight as made to sound. Put a couple thousand nails through it with only one or two jams per thousand. Would have appreciated a latch to hang on rafters while on the ladder
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