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Model #DPFN64

Store SO SKU #1000859715

Pneumatic 16-Gauge 2-1/2 in. Straight Finish Nailer

  • Excellent for fastening nails in moldings, cabinetry and more
  • Adjust the 360-Degree air exhaust without tools
  • Saves time during your finishing applications
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Product Overview

The Husky DPFN64 Pneumatic 16-Gauge 2-1/2 in. Straight Finish Nailer is ideal for applications such as base moulding, crown moulding, chair rails, door and window casing, cabinetry, and furniture construction. This air powered nail gun is compatible with 16-Gauge straight finish nails from 1 in. to 2-1/2 in., and features a quick jam release for easy access clearing in the event of a jammed fastener. The ergonomically engineered die cast aluminum body and comfort grip handle work together to create a durable, balanced, and lightweight tool perfect to use for long shifts. A dual mode trigger allows to quickly toggle between bump firing for speed or sequential firing when the focus is on accuracy, and the driving depth of the nails is easily adjustable by simply turning a wheel near the trigger. A no mar safety tip eliminates damage to working surfaces, ensuring professional results for DIYers at home as well as construction contractors at the job site. The 360° adjustable exhaust allows you to direct air away from your face, and the air filter/anti-dust cap extends the life of the tool by keeping the internal components free from debris. The Pneumatic 16-Gauge 2-1/2 in. Straight Finish Nailer will increase your productivity and reduce downtime, and is covered by Husky's 2-Year Limited Warranty.
  • California residents
  • Ideal for base moulding, crown moulding, chair rails, door and window casing, cabinetry, and furniture construction
  • Compatible with 16-Gauge glue collated straight finish nails from 1 in. to 2-1/2 in.
  • Quick jam release for easy access clearing in the event of a jammed fastener
  • Ergonomically engineered body results in a rugged, comfortable, and lightweight tool great for extended use
  • Comfort grip handle reduces fatigue and increases control
  • Dual mode trigger for switching easily between bump and sequential firing
  • Tool-free depth adjust for various applications
  • No mar safety tip prevents damage to your working surface
  • 360° adjustable exhaust allows user to direct air away from face
  • Air filter/anti-dust cap protects internal components from debris
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.5
Product Height (in.)
14.5
Product Width (in.)
12.5

Details

Air Tool Type
Air Nailer
Compressor/Air Tool Features
Adjustable Exhaust Port,Fastener Depth Control
Condition
New
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Loading type
Strip
Maximum Fastener Size
3/4 in
Minimum Fastener Size
2-1/2 in
Minimum Recommended Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI
2.0
Minimum Recommended Operating Pressure (psi)
70
Nail Gauge
16
Nailgun Angle
0
Power Type
Air
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Air Tool

Questions & Answers

10Questions27Answers

How do you load the nails in the gun?

Asked by Matt June 25, 2020
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Nails are loaded in the rear of the magazine. There is a channel in the back of the magazine that the nails fit into, then the red slide on the left side of the magazine goes behind the fasteners to to keep forward pressure on them as you fire. The video in the image section of the nailers main page on homedepot.com shows this as well.

Is this nailer compatible with the Porter Cable 16 gauge "Project Pack" finish nails? They have t...

Asked by CuriousCustomer January 2, 2020
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Answer

Probably not. It is a piece of junk. mine stopped working after just a few uses

My nailer only shoots one nail and will not shoot another one. Not sure why?

Asked by Cableguy108 November 5, 2019
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Mine jams about every 3rd nail. That probably happened to you too. If you unlock the top and unplug it from your air source, you can pull up the metal "hammer" piece and usually see a jammed nail. My advice is to return this gun and get a different one. I tried all different air pressures and nail sizes and keep having the same issue.

Where can replacement No Mar pads be bought?

Asked by Curious May 27, 2019
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You can contact the manufacturer directly at: 1-888-669-5672 or info@primeglobalproducts.com

Does this come with a charger and battery?

Asked by Linda December 9, 2018
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This is pneumatic, or air powered, no battery or chargers required, just a compressor.

Is a bag included?

Asked by Jose April 12, 2018
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No. Maybe that's why it is cheaper than others.

clipped head or round head nails can this gun use both?

Asked by don November 20, 2017
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Clipped head. the magazine looks to fit only clipped nail head.

Anyone try to use this on hardie trim 4/4. Says use 16ga nails per specs. Only going up to 110psi...

Asked by Kyle October 30, 2017
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Answer

This nailer will function with no problem up to 120-125psi. Recommended psi for normal use is up to 110, but it can handle more.

Which brand I f nails works best?

Asked by sms59 December 12, 2016
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So far I have used Hitachi 2" and DeWalt 1 3/4". Both work fine in the nailer, but you need to dial in the pressure/dept control for each separately. I think the main reason go this is that the Hitachi nails are smooth, but the DeWalt nails have serated edges - presumably to hold better, but this also means more force needed. As far as the gun goes, I think you are pretty safe with any brand. I also have some 1 1/4" Porter Cable (smooth) nails, but haven't tried them yet.

Difference between nail guns

Asked by Mike December 28, 2015
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Answer

The HFN64 is the older model of Husky Nailer and the DPFN64 is the latest model. The DPFN64 includes upgraded internal parts and features including Select Fire Trigger, Quick Release Nose for easy jam clearing, 360 Degree Adjustable Exhaust, Tool Free Depth Adjust and No-mar tip . Thank you!

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Customer Reviews

  • 44 Customer Reviews
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars overall
86% of customers recommended.
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We used this gun to put up the trim around our home. We used the basic 4" trim from Home Depot, and this gun did a great job. The instructions on the gun say to use it between 70-110, I found that for this thinner trim 60 was actually perfect, as 70 made too big of a divit to fill. The gun comes with the short style hose attachment, we use the long style so had to get a converter but that wasn't a big deal. Love the rapid fire option (turned on by a little red lever on the side), you just have to be aware of where the tip is so you don't accidentally fire a nail somewhere unwanted. Overall has worked great so far, we had used a 15 ga gun before, so we had to get new nails for this 16 ga gun, so definitely check that any nail strips you have are the correct gauge before you throw them in.
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I had never used a nail gun before. Easy to...
I had never used a nail gun before. Easy to use, excellent saftey controls for idiots and I could have never rebuilt my fence without it. With hte right air pressure it sets the nails perfectly.
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easy to use
easy to use
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I don’t do a lot of home projects so I...
I don’t do a lot of home projects so I was looking for a economical solution for a few to dos. So far I like the weight and simplicity.
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excellent tool,good price
excellent tool,good price
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Fun met my needs. Lightweight and easy to use. ...
Fun met my needs. Lightweight and easy to use.
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spring isn't strong enough to advance the nails. slide has to be pushed manually.
spring isn't strong enough to advance the nails. slide has to be pushed manually.
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It performed like a champ on the first try. Loading the gun with nails was a little tricky but I...
It performed like a champ on the first try. Loading the gun with nails was a little tricky but I was able to figure it out with the diagrams that came with the manual. You take the strip of nails and push them through the rear of the magazine. The spring lock slips over the nails and catches the back with a hook that pushes the nails forward. I picked the 16-Gauge over an 18-Gauge finish nailer because it is more versatile and the 16-Gauge nails have a tendency to not bend so easily. I plan to use the nailer on cabinets in the kitchen. But my first project was to nail some 2x6" boards together with the 2-1/2" finish nails to raise the legs of my wife's bed underneath the headboard. It worked great.
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Exceeded my expectation. I put down hardwood flooring and needed to face-nail down a few rows. It...
Exceeded my expectation. I put down hardwood flooring and needed to face-nail down a few rows. It was very good using DeWalt 16 GA finishing nails with occasional premature shots (sensitivity of trigger: mistake on my part). After getting used, it performed very well. The price was cheaper than other brands, too. I recommend it.
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