The Makita 2-1/2 in. Roofing Coil Nailer (AN613) offers rugged construction and robust performance. The AN613 drives 15º wire and plastic collated nails for added convenience. The AN613 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 with nine detents settings engineered for more precise control and flush nailing. Additional features include rubber bumpers to protect the tool, smooth nose tip to prevent scratching, a multi-directional exhaust port, and reversable belt hook.
Efficient motor & trigger design offers leading fastening performance
Tool-less depth adjustment with 9 detents settings engineered for more precise flush and countersink nailing
2-mode selector switch allows operator to select contact or sequential nailing options
Drives 15º wire and plastic collated nails for added convenience
Smooth nose tip prevents scratching
Multi-directional exhaust port directs exhaust air away from operator
Reversible belt hook allows the tool to remain close
Clear loading canister with nail size adjustment allows user to quickly view when it is time to reload nails
Ergonomic rubberized grip for increased comfort on the job
Built-in air duster provides convenient air flow to clear work materials and tools
Rubber bumpers protect tool
Minimum recommended air delivery of 3.6 SCFM @ 90PSI
Ideal for installing fiber cement and wood shingle siding
Thank you for your question on the AN613 15° 2‑1/2" Siding Coil Nailer. This tools fastening category is for siding applications.
Does this item come with case ?
Asked by Chinonailer January 1, 2021
Thank you for your question. The AN613 Siding Coil Nailer does not come with a case.
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Mar 19, 2021
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Mar 19, 2021
Not Professional Quality
As a Professional Shed Building company we own 5 coil siding nailers, 2 of which are Makita bought from Home Depot. Within 1 year of use each nailer has broken down, had both repaired professionally and both are down again within a few month's with different problems. That is 4 repairs within less than 2 years. What repairs, both had all new piston rings (within 1 year), currently the feed mechanism failed on one and the trigger on the other. These are not abused, just used regularly and not in high production either. Makita has lots of extra parts & more complexity than other brands. Only have 2 because when one broke down had to buy what was immediately available. What a huge mistake! Do not buy these, you will regret it sooner than later. Not a Makita hater either, just hate these nail guns. I will buy a Max gun to replace them.
Mar 17, 2021
I got 2 of them work great on are jobs...
I got 2 of them work great on are jobs so far give them a 10 out out 10
Jan 14, 2021
Compact, light and easy to use... Not one single jam...
Compact, light and easy to use... Not one single jam so far, good gun for siding.