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Model #7220-20

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

  • All Magnesium Housing
  • Adjustable Air Deflector
  • Self-Cleaning Air Filter
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Product Overview

The Milwaukee 1-3/4 in. Coil Roofing Nailer features an ultra-lightweight magnesium housing to minimize fatigue. Its compact size offers greater maneuverability. The Load-N-Go magazine holds 120 galvanized wire collated Nails from 3/4 in. to 1-3/4 in. length and 0.120 in. Dia. A magnet holds the Nails in place making loading fast and efficient. The thick rubber guards minimize housing damage. The tool-free depth of drive protects from overdriving Nails. The adjustable air deflector with muffler directs exhaust away from the work area and holds down the noise. The textured selectable trigger lets you move from sequential or contact actuation by simply turning a knob. A removable shingle guide assists in quick shingle alignment.

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Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Air Tool Type
Air Nailer
Compressor/Air Tool Features
Fastener Depth Control
Cordless/ Corded
Loading type
Maximum Fastener Size
1-3/4 in
Minimum Fastener Size
3/4 in
Minimum Recommended Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI
Minimum Recommended Operating Pressure (psi)
Nail Gauge
NA / Other
Nailgun Angle
Power Type
Tools Product Type
Air Tool

Questions & Answers


this use only 11 Gauge nails or can it use 12 Gauge nails? I live in Ohio and by Code we are to u...

Asked by saviorcrash October 12, 2019

This nailer uses .120 diameter nails with a 15° collation angle only. Nails must be between 3/4" and 1-3/4" in length max.

will this use roofing nails

Asked by triple123 May 7, 2019

yes, coiled roofing nails, this is a roofing nail gun

What is a good compressor for this gun?

Asked by FortitudeRoofing March 27, 2019

I just used a porter cable 6 gallon compressor

What is the weight of this nailer?

Asked by David March 1, 2019

It’s right around 5 pounds

what's the difference between model 7220.20 and 7220.80 ??

Asked by Gus February 22, 2019

The 7220-80 is a refurbished tool with a 1 year warranty. The 7220-20 is a new tool with a 5 year warranty.

Will this Milwaukee Roofing Nailer work as well with Stainless Steel nails as it does with galvan...

Asked by Bam January 31, 2019

recommended for use with galvanized nails

Can it shoot harder nails

Asked by Shawn January 27, 2018


Does it come with a rafter hook?

Asked by dave May 10, 2017

No, that's the only thing I don't like about the gun.

It shoots 1 nail,but the bolt doesnt retract. What's the problem

Asked by Kevin December 7, 2016

I assume when you say the bolt doesn't retract you are referring to the nail driver. I was using mine on a very cold day and the driver would occasionally not retract. I would unhook the air and them push the nail driver back up and then it would continue to work...it was somewhat annoying. I have used the gun since on a warner day and did not experience this issue. Two things I would say. First, make sure you are following the instructions to add a few drops of oil after each days use and also check the "foot" mechanism to see if it extending fully down after each nail firing...I noticed this was also an issue on the cold day that prevented a new nail feeding from the coil...again I did not experience this on a warmer day, so I concluded the issues were in someway related to the temp. Hope this helps. If not, I would suggest you contact an authorized Milwaukee Service provider.

How much does this gun weigh?

Asked by Sandman November 26, 2016

This product weighs 7.7 pounds.

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Customer Reviews

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Superb functionality. Works perfect. Doesn’t jam. Doesn’t misfire. I just did a 23 square roof re...
Superb functionality. Works perfect. Doesn’t jam. Doesn’t misfire. I just did a 23 square roof replacement. The only con I came across which really isn’t negative but more of a personal preference is it will dry fire when the coil is empty.
by Kenny
3 people found this helpful
Quality in a Small Size!
This Milwaukee pneumatic 1-3/4" Coil Roofing Nailer comes with the quality of the brand but also is a very small/light weight (about 5.4 lbs) size. This works well for a long day of roofing and holds up well for many jobs. It is easy to load taking standard 15 angle coil nails sizes 3/4-1 3/4. This nail gun has a number of helpful features including a self cleaning filter, adjustable air deflector with muffler, and a tool free depth adjustment. This is a great tool for the Pro or handyman who does roof repair. It comes with a nice carry bag too!
by Dan55
5 people found this helpful
Light weight
I received the nail gun a few days ago and I got a chance to use it today. I went to home depot and bought a coil of roofing nails ( I got 7,200 pack for about $22.00) loaded up the nail gun and proceeded to repair a out building roof. well the Milwaukee nail gun is a lot lighter than other nail guns I have used in the past. I also hooked it up to my smallest compressor and it worked fine. I recommend this this for a light weight and compact nail gun at a affordable price. .
by lightbill
5 people found this helpful
Great Brand, fantastic performance.
This coil roofing nailer makes quick work of laying down a roof. It can be used as a single shot trigger or multiple repeat firing. Love and trust the Milwaukee brand. This product is lighter then some other brands I have tried in the past. It loads quickly the coil nails and can be adjusted to except various lengths of nails. This spring season has been a very wet one in my area so I only got to use it on a shed roof. But I am looking forward using this tool on many many projects to come. Great product everything works great. Thank you Milwaukee and Home Depot for providing such quality product. Two thumbs up..
by Jimbo
9 people found this helpful
Puts the nails into the roof....
Puts the nails into the roof.
by HomeDepotCustomer
For me this drill it’s the best...
For me this drill it’s the best
I love Milwaukee tools,...
I love Milwaukee tools,
Works as expected! I like the fact it kicks out...
Works as expected! I like the fact it kicks out the last nail of the coil.
This tool is very high quality and well designed. Worked...
This tool is very high quality and well designed. Worked great!
by HomeDepotCustomer
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
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