This guns are of very low quality when build. You just must buy other brand name. I have a lot of issues with Porter-cable products.Trash the gun out wil save you a lot of aggravations.
Hello PapaJack, there is a T-shaped opening at the rear of the magazine and that is where you will insert the finish nails. There is a pusher (lever) on the left side of the magazine, pull it all the way to the rear of the magazine and release. The spring loaded pusher will move the nails forward into firing position. Manual instructions: Insert fasteners into the rear of the magazine (E). 3. Pull pusher (G) back until the nail follower falls behind the nails
Yes, a finishing nailer is best used for masonite board also known as quartrboard, Isorel, hernit, karlit, torex, treetex, and pressboard.
I’m fortunate to have a great pneumatic tool repair and parts business within an hour, but PartsDirect, eReplacementparts, partswarehouse, and similar large vendors on the internet have good reputations for selection, turnaround time, and shipping. Good luck in your home shop!
This nailer would be good for attaching TRIM elements to a fence structure, but for the fence itself, you’d need a “framing nailer” with collated nails between 2-3.5-inch in length to attach 2x4s to 4x4 or 6x6 posts i.e. structural elements of the fence.
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Warranty is a written guarantee, issued to the purchaser of an article by its manufacturer, promising to repair or replace it if necessary within a specified period of time.
The BN200C is compatible with 18 Gauge 5/8"-2" brad nails.
Yes have used mine at 90 psi and even a little lower. Have had no problems at all. Highly recommend this nail gun for multiple projects
I bought a Porter Cable FN250C a few days ago and have used it extensively since on a wood feature wall project. I replaced a FN250B that I basically wore out over many years of use. My decision was pretty much the price point compared to other similar nailers, plus my good past experience with Porter Cable "tools". I certainly think you can't go wrong with the FN250C! If your nails are 16 gauge between 1" and 2 1/2" they should work in the 250C.