cheaper then running a passlode all day, works fine
September 14, 2018
Dont understand other reviewers, i am a framer by trade building high end multi-family ive used passlode framing nailers by the dozen, i own 10 of them for my crew. As they start to break down im slowly purchasing more and more of these. I buy passlode gas by they case and over a complex i could by 5 or more guns with the money spent on them. These framing gun are awesome for only using a battery. Yeah when we shoot 3” nails you might have to smack mist in an 8th inch but if you look at the cost at running passlode guns its a no brainer. On the finish end, where you might want them counter sunk then either go with a air gun or passlode. But for framing and siding this over other cordless framing guns any day of the week.
This is an excellent framing nailer, plenty of power, and easy to load. It is a little top heavy...
November 10, 2016
Verified Purchase & Recommended Product
This is an excellent framing nailer, plenty of power, and easy to load. It is a little top heavy so there are some angles that you may need to use both hands to steady the nailing position. I liked not having to have it hooked up to my compressor...
I was drawn to the convenience of the cordless nailer, especially for framing. It was priced roug...
August 09, 2018
I was drawn to the convenience of the cordless nailer, especially for framing. It was priced roughly $50 more than the traditional pneumatic nailer so I took a chance.
in total I ran less than 100 nails through it. The gun jammed every 10 shots and required no less than 2-3 minutes to clear it each time. A couple of the jams include two nails bound up together.
Bottom line, this tool is absolute garbage and I’m surprised DeWalt put their name on it.
It was promptly returned and I was refunded.