The answer is no,they will not fit, however, roofing nails are not the right nail to use for that application. Instead you should use a 6 or8 penny galvanized box or common nail instead,they will fit no prob! This is a good tool and holds up well.
Yes it can. I used 3 1/2” Nails just fine. It’s all about your regulator on your compressor. Just adjust your PSI to a higher range with longer nails and oil up when you’re done.
I used it on 1" finishing nails and it worked great. Have to hammer it in a little to get it started but worked fine
depends on how deep you need to go. the tool isn't capable of countersinking very deep and is not designed for this application and I have never tried so I cant be 100 percent sure but I have used the tool on occasion but never payed attention as to its ability to counter sink, the softer the wood the greater the success
I dont see why not if the nail fits in the collar of the nailer. I prefer hex head screws for metal cleats however. I think they hold better than nails.
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this tool is a pneumatic nail driver to be used in close /tight situations where its impossible to swing a hammer or get a standard nail driver to operate in because of space constraints
I read that it is the o-ring
Depends on what you’re using to fasten them with snd how much space you have.