Yes I do believe you can use clipped nail head nails, just make sure you get the proper angle for the gun.
No. There is no fitting that goes over the intake to allow this. The intake is buried under a considerable amount of covering grid material.
Hello Ron, there is no difference between them. The FN250SB or FN250C. On comes in a kit and the other is a bare tool
FR350B requirements for nails are: 0.113"–0.148" (2.87–3.76 mm)diameter, plastic collated round head framing nails Length: 2"–3-1/2" (50–90 mm) Degree: 22º
This Tool is excellent for the price . Reliable and user friendly. Light and easy to handle. I have mine almost two years and would buy again .
Mine are the same design for the most part. They are no Bostich but get the job done for weekend warriors like me.
There are 3 nail guns in the package, actually 2 nail-guns and a stapler. There is a small sample of each of the nails for each of the guns. Enough for a small project, but not enough to do more than get things moving.
I would get a framing nailer. The finishing nails are just too light to hold 2x4s, The longest nails are 2 1/4", so will penetrate the 1.5" side of the 2x4, but there just isn't much material there for the wood fibers to grip onto. There is a reason framing nails have so much thickness to them, and are a bit longer, too. I was faced with a bit more of a project, so I went to the local pawn shop and got a framing nailer in good condition for $40. It's still going strong. If I wanted I suspect I could take it back and still get $10-15 for it. Cheaper than renting one, though that is another option for you if you don't want to have to store the framing nailer when done.
Not impressed at all
This guns are not for fence, I recommend using screws or frame gun