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    1. Bostitch FLN200 2" Flooring Cleat
    2. Bostitch N88WWB-1 High Power Stick
    3. Bostitch PN100 Palm Impact Nailer
    $189.99
    4. Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge Angled
    $229.99
    5. Bostitch LHF97125-2 Hardwood Flooring
    6. Bostitch N88RH-1 High Power Round
    $229.00
    7. Bostitch N80CB-1 Industrial Coil
    $289.00
    8. Bostitch RN46-1 Coil Roofing Nailer
    $469.99
    9. Bostitch MIIIFN Industrial Flooring
    10. Bostitch SB-1664FN 16-Gauge Straight
    $289.99
    11. Bostitch N88RH-2MCN Industrial
    $169.99
    12. Bostitch CAP2060P 2HP 6 Gallon
    13. Bostitch N80SB-1BAG Industrial
    $17.99
    14. B & CEagle 97/253/16" Crown,
    $8.99
    15. B&C Eagle STCR5019-3/8 3/8"
    $99.99
    16. Bostitch SB-2IN1 Brad Nailer /
    $237.49
    17. Bostitch MFN200Manual Flooring
    18. Bostitch PC1000 Grand Slammer
    $219.99
    19. Bostitch N80SB-1 Framing Stick
    $28.49
    20. Bostitch H30-8D6 Hand Hammer Tacker

    1. Bostitch FLN200 2" Flooring Cleat
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $20.51 -- our price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000302TI
    Sales Rank: 699
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 1,000/box
    • L-shaped flooring cleats
    • Nails 200 square feet of flooring per box

    Reviews (1)

    3-0 out of 5 stars need more nails
    If you are installing 2 1/4" hardwood flooring, one box(1000 nails) is needed per 100 SF - nailing every 6-8" ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Fasteners    2. Staples    3. Construction Staples    4. (Stapels)   


    2. Bostitch N88WWB-1 High Power Stick Framing Nailer
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $299.00
    Asin: B0000649EL
    Sales Rank: 8417
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 1000 in./lbs. of driving power to tackle tough engineered lumber applications
    • Lightweight magnesium housing for durability
    • Patented push-button depth control
    • Tool-free adjustable exhaust deflector

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars N88WW - A Winner from Bostitch
    I recently purchased an N88WW nailer for a modestframing job and was very pleased with its performance, particularly the fastener depth control feature: simply depress a button on the side of the nosepiece and slide the assembly in, or out, to change how far the fastener is driven into the wood, from countersunk to about 1/4" proud. Driving depth is quite consistent and toenailing is simple.

    The tool also comes with a "soft shoe", a rubber collar which slips over the aggressive teeth of the nosepiece, to prevent scratching or gouging of the workpiece, but you'll want to remove it to get maximum depth when toenailing.

    A rotating deflector allows the operator to aimexhaust in whatever direction is best. This is especially handy in tight corners where the exhaust blast could result in a face full of dust if the deflector were not adjustable.

    The tool ships with a contact trip trigger installed but a sequential trigger is included and can be installed in a couple of minutes. The included heavy duty nylon carry bag, with handle and shoulder strap, is a real bonus.

    Being a lefty I found that the air line, which exits from the right side of the magazine, was often in the way, but this is no great hardship.

    All in all, this is a greattool thatmakes framing faster, easier and more accurate than with a hammer.

    Highly recommended.

    Note: If you'r project will include lots ofjoist hangers, this may not be the best nailer for you. Check out Bostitch's new round head stick nailer that has a special nosepiece for shoooting into joist hanger holes, as well as a standard framing nosepiece.

    5-0 out of 5 stars First time buyer
    This nailgun is my first and I have been very pleased with it. I have been helping to build a log style house and have used it to nail everything. I have run #12, #10, and #8 nails thru it. The only problem I have had was a bad batch of nails. We got to looking at the nails and found that the nails were welded at the wrong angle. The gun still drove them flush into the lumber-with the head of the nail at a @60 degree angle. We got another box of nails-end of problem.

    The depth control is simple to use and effective. The ability to just turn the exhaust port where you want it is wonderfull. Being able to load and unload nails from the rear of the gun saves a lot of time compaired to the other guns on the job.

    I have been quite happy with my nailgun. I do some handyman type work and usually just nail by hand. My trusty Eastwing is getting a lot less use these days.

    5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!! impressive...!(for me)
    Never owned a nail gun before but this one is as advertised,
    BUT.....UNDERSTAND THIS!!! IT TAKES 28 DEGREE WIRE WELD CLIPPED HEAD NAILS!!!!!!!same as for the N80S!!made by Stanley..Loews has them.The closest Loews to me was 70 miles away. Great gun but non standard nails. I gave it 5 stars because the gun is a winner. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Framing Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


    3. Bostitch PN100 Palm Impact Nailer
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $99.99
    Asin: B00008QCO8
    Sales Rank: 8098
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Ideal for driving common bulk nails in confined areas
    • Hardened steel nose for extreme durability
    • Magnetic nose with recessed nail slot
    • Ergonomic design for all-day comfort

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding for joist hangers
    I bought one of these because I dread hand nailing all the nails on a joist hanger.This little palm nailer does the trick!

    It's quick, drives all the little hanger nails and the 10 pennyones too.It can even be used to drive that little spike on the hanger to hold the hanger in place before nailing.The unit is fairly light and fits comfortably in the hand.I'll bet I cut the time down to 1/5th verses hand nailing.

    The only disadvantage to this tool is the noise.It is loud so you may want to have some hearing protection available.

    Well worth the $$$...enjoy!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great but....
    Bought a N88RH-2MCN and the PN100 came with it (for free).

    Works really really well EXCEPT - the manual says it will
    drive a 70d nail but nothing close to that size nail will
    fit in the tip...called Bostitch a few times - first they
    said that tip only comes in a kit (PN100K) and cannot be
    purchased separately, then called back and talked to someone
    that knew the product - he said that the nose piece for the
    larger nails does not exist anywhere and that the engineering
    dept was notified and knows of the situation.

    This thing will drive any nail that you can get in the nose
    piece REALLY REALLY well.

    I have driven true 16d (3 1/2 inch long, 0.162" diameter)
    all the way into 2x6's and it really works well and is very
    quick.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Saves your arm
    I had a Porter Cable Framing Nailer to build my shop but gave it to Habitat For Humanity when done since I would hardly ever use it in the future.I recently have some little odd jobs to do so thought about a palm nailer.The price on the Bostich is even lower than Harbor Freight's "import".I've only tried it with 6d nails but it works great.You do have to add a 1/4"npt fitting ($0.99).I'm too old to pound nails with a hammer all day so this tool is a great help to me. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Specialty Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


    4. Bostitch N62FNK-2 15-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer Kit
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $490.00 -- our price: $189.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004RJXI
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    The first time you pick up the Bostitch N62FNK-2, you mightwonder if such a lightweight finish nailer (it weighs just 3.8 pounds,the lightest in its class) can really get the job done. But once youpull the trigger and feel the 400 in./lbs. of driving power at yourfingertips, those doubts will disappear and you'll wonder how you everdid without it before. Rugged and sturdy enough for virtually anyapplication, the N62FNK-2 delivers fast, clean, accurate results usingfinish nails from 1 to 2-1/2 inches in length. An oil-free engine meansno unsightly stains on your work--a definite plus--and no need for messylubrication, an even bigger positive. Tool-free maintenance and depthcontrol only add to the allure. --Carl Thress ... Read more

    Features

    • No-mar tip protects surfaces
    • Oil-free engine requires no lubrication and won't stain work surfaces
    • Magnesium housing makes the nailer durable and lightweight--only 3.8 pounds
    • Delivers 400 inch/pounds of driving power
    • Drives BFN-style finish nails from 1 to 2-1/2 inches long

    Reviews (43)

    5-0 out of 5 stars It's been a great nailer!
    I researched a lot of nailers; Max, PortaCable, DeWalt, Makita, Hitachi, Senco and Bostitch.

    They all have different strong points and from reviews I've read, they're all pretty good. I boiled it down to personal preference. I looked at what features I really wanted and the ones that I could do without along with the compromises I could live with.

    I was concerned by a previous post regarding breaking the driver if you inadvertently hit a buried solid object, ie. screw or nail etc.

    I spoke with a Senco rep who said that when they redesigned the 41xp the engineer turned the driver rod around which made it a little more resistant to breakage and during test fires he's hit previously driven nails without incident although he did say it's something that can happen but they don't see a lot of it.

    I contacted Bostitch regarding their driver. They stated it was made from S7 tool steel and they haven't heard of any problems.

    I narrowed my choice to oiless of which there are only 2; Senco and Bostitch. If I didn't mind getting an oil version I'd get the Hitachi. I also wanted a light gun, Bostich is the lightest.

    So far so good! I love the nailer, especially the lack of weight. It's well balanced and has a lot of power. The fine setting adjustment on the nose is unmarked as to which way you turn it to sink a nail deeper or more shallow. The direction of rotation is shown in the user manual. Just think of it the way you tighten or loosen screws. Clockwise - deeper etc.

    The no-mar pad is black, I'd rather it be clear but I've developed a habit and ability to sight through the hole and position it in the right place.

    It has good safety features, is well constructed and for the price I think it's a good deal. It's also made in U.S.A. the Senco is made in Taiwan.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Bostitch N6FNK-2
    I have used this finish nailer extensively while building a 24 x 40 foot RV cover and while remoulding two houses.This nailer has never failed to fire when needed.It has never jammed either while using it with a campbell hausfield air comp.I run the nailer at 80 pounds with great results.I have just finished remolding my daughters house and shoot an entire box of nails with no problems.I use factury nails 2 1/2" and 2" long.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Duo-fast vs. Bostich
    From the sound of these reviews, the gun seems to work pretty good for homeowners & such. I've been a carpenter for 40 years. I've been using finish nailers for about 20 years. My last nail gun was a Duo-fast. I finally retired it recently, after 17+ years of service. Since the local lumber yard carries Bostich nails, I went with Bostich. I've had the gun 18 months & the piston rod has broken 3 times. Replacing it myself still cost me $35.00 a pop. Anybody who has trimmed a door or window or installed baseboard, knows it's immpossible not to hit a screw head or sheetrock nail once in a while. Well, everytime I hit one, the piston rod breaks. It breaks in the exact same spot. It appears to made of cast aluminum or something, instead of hardened or stainless steel. I like the gun & am thinking about getting somebody to manufacture a functional rod for me, since Bostich doesn't know how. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Finish Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


    5. Bostitch LHF97125-2 Hardwood Flooring Stapler
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $280.00 -- our price: $229.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000224PS
    Sales Rank: 167
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Tapping block included
    • Powerful
    • Easy to use
    • Tool-free adjustable base will install 1/4-inch through 1/2-inch laminated flooring from almost every manufacturer
    • Drives staple at a perfect angle

    Reviews (8)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent stapler.
    Just installed 1000 square feet of 3/8 engineered flooring with this tool. Had only installed solid 3/4 inch flooring before, but this is much easier and faster. No misfires and tool sink staples to perfect depth every time.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Throw away the glue, buy this tool
    This tool enabled me to take on more than I would have had I continued to use glue like they told me to do at Home Depot.The first room I worked on I used glue and decided I had to find a better way, this was it.

    The flooring went down easier, the finished product was much better, and the frustration level went down.

    The hardest part was learning how to load the staples.After that it was a snap

    5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Choice
    You can not go wrong with this stapler!It is easy to setup and performs flawlessly.I have done several-hundred square feet of 3/8" engineered hardwood flooring without a hitch.I highly recommend this tool! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Staplers    3. Construction Staplers    4. (Staple Guns)   


    6. Bostitch N88RH-1 High Power Round Head Stick Framing Nailer
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $299.00
    Asin: B0000649EM
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Right off the bat, you know you're getting a great nailer if it says Bostitch on it, and this model more than lives up to that reputation. Talk about power--it fires with 1,000 inch-pounds of driving power to tackle even the toughest engineered lumber. In spite of that, it's lighter than we expected at just 7.9 pounds, but the balance in hand is so sweet that it doesn't feel nearly that heavy. We really like how the molded-rubber comfort grip feels, too, absorbing the shock. Another great feature is the aggressive toenailing teeth, which bite into your workpiece for totally slip-free toenailing. It loads super fast to keep you on the job, and the push-button depth control is so slick that it's patented. Tool-free exhaust adjustment is a nice plus. No matter what your project--framing, sheathing, siding, trusses, wood to masonry, fencing, or decking--this nailer will not let you down. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • 1000 in./lbs. of driving power to tackle tough engineered lumber applications
    • Lightweight magnesium housing for durability
    • Patented push-button depth control
    • Tool-free adjustable exhaust deflector

    Reviews (15)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Solid, dependable, versatile... a workhorse
    I've been using my Bostitch N88RH nailer for the past year on a remodel (after reading reviews here). Toe-nailing is very easy with the sharp barbs, and being able to adjust the depth on the gun is a great feature. It does jam occasionally and sometimes getting the jammed nail out takes a bit of work (why I gave it 4 instead of 5). Most of the time, I've found the issues with jams due to the nails (the plastic coating doesn't always get completely removed so the next nail in line doesn't get into position correctly) and not the gun - per se. I've only used it in single fire mode so I can't comment on the rapid fire action. The gun feels nice in your hand, solid but not heavy. I'm in S.F., so finding nails has not been a problem. Overall, I would definitely recommend this nailer to anyone.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Experience
    I selected this unit because it was a somewhat newer model than the PC round head framer.
    After 4 nails it jammed.Tried adding more air pressure.
    Shot 4 more nails, jammed again.
    Cleared jam, then the nailgun shot (2) nails together!
    Then jammed badly, with (2) nails stuck in the shute.
    Reqired disassembly to get the jam cleared.
    (Yes, the correct nails were being used, air pressure 70-90)
    Anyone interested in buying a nailgun?

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great gun
    Oustanding gun!Light weight and prefectly balanced.Tons of power to counter sink even the biggest nails.Easily sunk 16d ring shanks into treated lumber.The depth of drive is a sinch to adjust, just push the button on the nose piece.My only gripe with this gun is the lack of an eazy clear feature to clear any jams but i havent had a single problem with jams yet.Just remember that this gun shoots round head nails and not clipped head wire welds.I use Duo-Fast full head nails because that is all that is available here in Southeast Texas and they work fine. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Framing Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


    7. Bostitch N80CB-1 Industrial Coil Framing Nailer
    by Stanley
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $414.86 -- our price: $229.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000649EO
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    The only bad thing we can think of to say about this hard-working nailer is that you'll be hard at work too, instead of stopping to reload every few minutes. The coil holds up to 300 nails, depending on size, and loads in a jiffy. There are lots of good things to say. It's lightweight, well-balanced, ruggedly made, comfortable in hand because of the rubber grip, and has a nice toothy toenailing head to prevent slips. A clever thing Bostitch did is allow the user to shoot the exhaust in any direction. Its tidy design lets you get in where stick nailers dare not go. Another thing we like is that it's not as pricey as others in its class, and frankly, we think it's just as good if not better. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • 880 in./lbs. of driving power
    • Aluminum housing for durability
    • Coil magazine offers plenty of capacity
    • Adjustable exhaust deflector

    Reviews (12)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Bostitch is a respected name.
    I have finished my Roof and am going to start on the interior soon. This nail gun has worked extremely well with no problems.I am running it with a very small compressor, 125psi, and it works very well. Great gun.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Review for the Framing Nailer Novice
    [Summary: Some effort to get started, but this nailer works well.]

    Let's start with what you're not going to get:
    - no 1/4" NPT air plug (required)
    - no Teflon tape for the plug (required)
    - no lubricating oil (required)
    - no nails (required)
    - no air filter (recommended)
    - no case or bag (nice to have)
    - no depth of drive adjustment (nice to have)

    With this, my first framing nailer, I scratched my head a few times getting the tool ready to use.It wasn't immediately obvious where the air hose connected; there's a recessed red plastic cap at the end of the handle, and an arrow pointing to it labeled "OIL".Pry this cap out with your fingernails, buy a 1/4" male NPT plug (to fit your air hose connector) and some Teflon tape, and screw the plug into the end of the nailer.

    The N80CB comes equipped with a black contact trip trigger.A contact trigger will fire every time the safety shoe around the business end of the tool is depressed as long as the trigger is down.The loaded nailer is over 10 pounds so its weight tends to drop it down onto the nailing surface right after the recoil bumps it up -- frequently leading to two or three nails driven.I decided I'd prefer the silver-gray sequential trip trigger, included in a plastic bag.You need a hammer and the included punch to drive out the trigger pivot pin, and to drive the pin back when you install the other trigger.The trigger moves back with no pressure when installed; you'll feel very slight trigger resistance, however, when the safety shoe is depressed.

    The nail loading procedure is made needlessly mysterious by the tiny drawings (.8 square inches each) illustrating the first four steps of the operation.If a normal picture is worth a thousand words, these are worth maybe 42.So I'll add a few more to help.

    Position the tool with the firing end at the lower left, with the "!WARNING:" label on the cyclindrical nail can oriented for reading.The loading latch is midway between this label and the business (firing) axis of the tool.There's a flat fingertip-sized metal shelf at the top of the latch.Press this down (that is, in the direction the nails fire) and swing the loading door open toward you and to the left.

    Grab the plastic part that has the "!WARNING:" label, and swing the top cover of the nail can open toward you and to the right.

    There's a buckle clamp holding the bottom of the nail can in place.Using your right hand reach below the hinge of the top cover and follow the curve of the lower can around toward its far side.Your index finger will be on the buckle latch lever.Pull the lever toward you until the latch springs open, then move the near part of the buckle clamp off the ridge at the right side of the lower can.Get a couple of fingers behind this clamping ridge and pull toward you.The bottom section of the can will pop out of the grooves it's nested into on the fixed side of the can.

    Reinsert the bottom section of the can so that the far side rectangular cutout ("window") underlines the correct nail length embossed in the black plastic of the fixed side of the can.Mark this position some way other than by using the measurement cutout (I used a felt-tip pen until I got used to the sizes) as you won't be able to see the markings when the can is full of nails.Remove the can again and fill it with nails.With the B & C Eagle nails at 3-1/4" I had to unwind the full 200 nail coil and rewind it to fit smoothly around the spindle.(If you have to re-coil your nails make sure the 15 degree slant puts the point forward of the head as the nail coil exits the can.)Reinsert the can at the appropriate position and reattach the buckle clamp.

    Pull enough of the coil from the can to get the lead nail into the business axis of the gun, and the nail immediately behind it between the teeth of the feed pawl.Make sure the nail heads are all in the feed groove provided for them.Swing the top cover of the nail can closed from the right, and the loading door closed from the left.Push firmly until the door locks into place.

    With your new 1/4" NPT plug in place on the nailer, attach it to your air hose's quick connector.Now you're ready to get to work!

    How does the N80CB work?Very well!After using my gentle finish nailer I admit I was surprised to see sparks fly each time one of the heavy framing nails was hammered home.My only difficulty: finding a local source of nails in Silicon Valley.Luckily the B & C Eagle nails available from Amazon worked like a champ (after recoiling).No jams; no problems at all.

    The N80CB does not come with a depth of drive adjustment.There's a fairly expensive add-on unit you can buy.You can also get an approximation of drive depth adjustment by fiddling with the air pressure within the 70-100 PSI range.Based on only framing with 2-1/2" and 3-1/4" nails, you should set the pressure based on the nail size (100 PSI for the bigger nails) and leave it alone.

    Finally, I found the packaging pretty meager.This is a bulky, heavy tool, and the packaging is just a box containing a cardboard sheet with cutouts designed to cradle the nailer.My unit ended up ripping the cardboard cutout sheet as its weight was thrown about by the UPS shippers.Luckily the tool itself was rugged enough to survive.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Coil Framing Nailer!
    I recently purchased this Bostitch coil framing nailer. It is the best nailer i have ever used. It has very little recoil, but yet a great amount of power. Some people are sceptical on buying the coil nailers because of weight issues and jamming issues, but i have had NO jams and the weight is about the same as a loaded stick nailer, even when the coil nailer has a full coil of nails. I have a Bostitch stick framing nailer also, which i am very pleased with as well. I also own an assortment of various types of finish nailers also made by Bostitch. I am very pleased with all of them. For many reasons especially the ease of using Bostitch fastners because every store I visit has bostitch nails. Overall i am extremely pleased with this coil framing nailer, and any Bostitch product for that matter. I would strongly recomend it to anyone looking for a good nailer. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Framing Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


    8. Bostitch RN46-1 Coil Roofing Nailer
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $389.00 -- our price: $289.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000AMK5F
    Sales Rank: 1627
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Single action side load canister
    • Magnesium Housing for Jobsite durability
    • Only 4.8 lbs
    • Last nail capture feature means it won't fire once it runs out of nails
    • Adjustable depth of drive

    Reviews (10)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wish I had it sooner!
    I got this gun yesterday, and I loved it after 2 nails. I had no problems whatsoever. I wish I had bought this thing several roofing projects ago...It actually made the roofing job kinda fun!Light weight, easy to load, plenty of power, only one door to fool with, and locks out after the last nail. I'm happy with my purchase.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Bostich Roofing Nailer
    If you make a living roofing this gun is not for you.
    I have been in the business for over 25 years and this gun is the biggist
    piece of crap on the market.
    This gun has been working steady 7 days a week since October .
    Feeder spring has gone 3 times,air leaks not caused by worn o rings.
    Bumper has to be constantly readjusted.
    Dpwn time means no money is being made.
    So by anything other than this gun.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Another great tool from Bostitch
    Was recently looking for a new RN45 and bought the RN46. Just finished the first roof with it. Lightweight, fast, and reliable. No jams, or misfires. I've been using Bostitch nailers for years and as usual, always satisfied with every product they put out. I highly recommend. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Bostitch    2. (Bostich)    3. (Stanley Bostitch)    4. (Stanly)    5. Air Tools    6. Nailers    7. Roofing Nailers    8. (Nail Guns)    9. (Nailguns)   


    9. Bostitch MIIIFN Industrial Flooring Cleat Nailer
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $622.59 -- our price: $469.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000302TH
    Sales Rank: 2776
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • High-speed, air-powered
    • High-capacity magazine
    • Long-reach handle for added user comfort and control
    • Aircraft-grade aluminum housing

    Reviews (8)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Customer Service Was Awesome
    I ordered one of these via UPS ground, and it showed up before the promised delivery date.The product inside the Bostitch box wasn't what was shown on the outside.It was an MIIIFS Flooring stapler inside, but marked as a cleat nailer.

    I contacted customer service the same day, and was given the UPS labels for return.Additionally, a new one was over-night shipped via FedEx.It showed up before the first one was due to have been delivered.Cudos to you and your customer-focused attitude.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Pneumatic or Manual
    I use this pneumatic stapler on a daily basis. I've also used the pneumatic and manual nailers numerous times. I recommend the pneumatic stapler far beyond all else. It hardly ever jams and it sets the staples into the wood better than the manual. The nailer jams more and is much harder to clear, when it does. More often than anything, if the stapler jams you simply have to pick it up off the wood and tap it on the side of the resevoir. It normally will drop out any broken pieces of staple at that time. It makes life alot easier when you are working on a large floor.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Expensive But Worth It.
    This tool makes laying a hardwood floor almost fun.If you are laying a prefinished floor, I would also recommend the optional foot (MIIIFOOT).I don't see that this is available on Amazon.I purchased mine on eBay.Also, some of the reviews on this item are for the MIIIFS, which is a floor stapler, not a nailer.According to some sources, there are less problems with the wood splitting with the nailer.There seems to be a hot market for these tools on eBay.I plan to resell mine when I am finished with it. ... Read more

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    10. Bostitch SB-1664FN 16-Gauge Straight Finish Nailer
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $201.59
    Asin: B0000225IF
    Sales Rank: 9091
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Lightweight
    • Directional exhaust
    • Adjustable depth control
    • Comfort grip
    • No-mar tip

    Reviews (7)

    2-0 out of 5 stars STAY AWAY !
    Leaky O-rings after minimal use. Parts are darn near imppossible to get.I won't make this mistake again, time for a Senco ! On the plus side- nice design when it works.

    5-0 out of 5 stars I LIKE BOSTITCH FASTEMERS YEEEEEEEEE
    YEA even though i didn't buy my finish nailer here
    (cause i didn't have time to order and wait)
    but i would have bought mine here if i had the time
    but anyway the STANLEY FINISH NAILER IS A NICE GUN
    I RECOMMEND IT

    5-0 out of 5 stars Update on Repair Parts
    Back in October 2002, I wrote a review concerning the incident I had with the part #06 blowing out on the nail gun. This is the main Butt cap on the end of the nailer. As I stated in my review, I was not sure if it was a manufacturing error or just a fluke. After extensive research and contacting many people using the nail gun, I had reached the conclusion that it was indeed a fluke. Today, March 23rd, A design engineer from Bostitch contacted me. It seems that they have been trying to reach me for several months and finally caught me at home. They had been informed of my problem with this nail gun and were extremely concerned. As per our telephone conversation, they have sold hundreds of thousands of these units and this was the first time they had heard of this incident concerning the end cap exploding from the back of the gun. As I told him, I had come to the conclusion that this was a fluke and I did not feel that it was a design flaw. I also apologized to him for not posting a follow up concerning my conclusion that it was a fluke. This I am doing now. IT WAS A FLUKE FOLKS. I have the big brother to this gun and have used it extremely hard and it is working fine with NO problems what-so-ever. I only wish I had kept the exploded gun so I could send it back to them for analysis. By the way, they are sending me a replacement nail gun free of charge. This I am happy about because I really liked that little gun. Handy, Light weight, easy to operate and I could see my nail supply in the slide loader. Most other guns don't have a view window. Anyway, Kudo's to Bostitch. Thanks for the followup. Much appreciated... ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Finish Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


    11. Bostitch N88RH-2MCN Industrial High-Powered Round Head Framing Nailer and Metal Connector
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $289.00 -- our price: $289.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009K76M
    Sales Rank: 2907
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Equipped with Sequential Trigger
    • 1,000 inch pounds of driving power
    • Lightweight Magnesium housing for durability
    • Includes Metal Connector trip installed on the tool, and a standard framing trip, with aggressive teeth for toe nailing and a no mar tip for decking
    • Trips change tool from metal connector nailer to standard framing nailer in seconds with our patented push button control

    Reviews (10)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Owner-Builder who likes it a lot
    I couldn't justify a separate framing nailer and a positive placement nailer, so this appealed to me. I was a bit worried by the two one-star reviews here. Both seemed a bit extreme, so I bought it, and haven't been sorry. It's well made and does what I need without annoying me. Favorite features are easy depth adjustment and framing to positive-placement changeover. I've done a good amount of both now, with frequent changes back and forth. My main issue is that it won't shoot a 16d nail when in positive-placement mode.

    I've had none of the problems in the negative reviews. Yes, it's somewhat heavy, but no more than other framing nailers (same as the Hitachi NR83A2 recommended in the Alex Crowder review). Compared to other framing nailers, it may be a bit bulkier at the top, but the grip is standard, not "weird" in any way I can see. It seems no louder, and loading nails is extremely easy.

    Finding nails was not a big problem. Lowes and Home Depot hadframing nails (mostly off-name brands). I went to a pro supply place (Manor Hardware) for the connector nails, and I ended up buying all my nails there. I'm sure the high quality nails I used, Halsteel Trackers, are partly responsible for my good experience.

    Being single-purpose, a dedicated positive-placement gun is most likely superior in some ways. All I can say is my combo Bostitch has worked great for me.

    4-0 out of 5 stars multipurpose
    I've had this for about a year and am very happy with it. I've used it for roof and wall framing, sheathing, and siding. It has good power, light, comfortable, anti-slip pads, and the depth adjustment is very convenient, just push a button on the nosepiece and it moves in and out, very nice when you go from framing with 16d to sheathing with 10d so you don't drive through the plywood/OSB (face it, if you needed to get a tool to adjust the depth, you wouldn't do it!). This feature is also nice when you are doing exterior trim and siding so you don't just blow through the material (it comes with a rubber cover to cover up the toenailing teeth for finer work). But the real beauty of this nailer is that it converts to a positive placement gun. Push the same button that lowers the nose for depth adjustment and you pull the whole nose out and replace it with a positive placement nosepiece that allows you to shoot teco nails in metal connectors. (I'll agree with other reviewers that these nails are difficult to find, I got the sku from Stanley's webpage and did a special order at Lowes, price was fine, to dispel another reviewer's rant). With todays building codes, they want metal connectors on everything, I have joist hangers, rafter hangers (LSSU2110) and holddowns, this nailer really made this work bearable. There are better dedicated framing nailers (this doesn't have a bump trigger option) and positive placement nailers (this is big and sometimes can't reach in a corner) but this is a real nice combo unit if you want one that can do both. I have a gripe that it doesn't come with a bag/case, but I guess you can buy one separate. I also attached a rafter hook to mine available here at Amazon: Toolhangers Unlimited 21087T, it says it is for a wormdrive saw but it fits this nailer fine.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of Junk!!
    We have two of these guns and they just don't perform. They are actually falling apart and they are only a month and a half old. Nails jam in the gun and the worst thing is they actually fire nails when you attach the air hose to it. So when you see someone at the beginning of the day hooking up the guns run for cover and I AM NOT KIDDING.

    If you are thinking about buying this gun reconsider and spend the extra money on a Hitachi. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Framing Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


    12. Bostitch CAP2060P 2HP 6 Gallon Oil-Free Compressor
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $179.00 -- our price: $169.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009K76N
    Sales Rank: 670
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 0-125psi Operating Pressure
    • High Efficiency 2.0HP (peak) 1.6HP Running heavy-duty induction motor for long life.
    • No Maintenance, high output oil-free pump delivers 3.4CFM @40psi & 2.7cfm @ 90psi
    • Large 6 Gallon Tank reduces run time
    • Lightweight compact pancake design for easy portability

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works great for me!
    This compressor has worked great for me. I like that it is somewhat powerful and also light enough to pick up by hand. I also like the oil-free aspect of it - keeps everything clean.

    I use it to run an impact wrench, keep a fleet of cars tires pumped up, and run a diaphragm pump. It has plenty of power for more than that.

    4-0 out of 5 stars it's OK, but
    Pros: lightweight, relatively quiet, super-inexpensive.

    Cons: barely keeps up with my Bostitch NC80 coil framing nailer.Runs almost constantly when framing.It's fine for roofing or finish work but be prepared to work slowly if you're framing and don't even consider using it for 2 people.

    Net: I wouldn't buy it again and almost asked Amazon to exchange it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value!
    I have had this for about 5 months now and am happy with it so far. I mainly wanted it to use with my framing/finish nailers and also for it's size and portability. I have a big 30 gal one in the garage that is not easy to move around due to it's size and weight. I like the fact that it has an induction motor which is better than the brush types as far duty cycle is concerned. The build quality is also very good. Overall I am glad that I bought it and would highly recommend it!! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Air Compressors    2. Oil-less Compressors    3. Pancake    4. (Compresors)    5. (Compressers)   


    13. Bostitch N80SB-1BAG Industrial Stick Framing Nailer with Free Carrying Bag
    by Stanley
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $269.00
    Asin: B0000649EN
    Sales Rank: 11031
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Free heavy-duty carrying bag in the box (limited time offer)
    • 880 in./lbs. of driving power
    • Aluminum housing for durability
    • Rubber grip for comfort
    • Adjustable exhaust deflector

    Reviews (4)

    4-0 out of 5 stars not bad
    I've been using the gun for about three weeks now.
    One thing I learned was not to use generic nails because they refuse to work far to often.
    You need to absolutly use Bostitch nails.
    The Bostitch nails are by far better anyway in spite of the higher cost. The three inch nails are a quarter inch or better longer than the generic nails and are coated as well.
    The air exhaust directional feature is very nice but be sure to keep the Allen screw snugged down or the thing will turn and blow your hat and sunglasses off your head at the same time....pretty powerful!
    I only wish it came with a hook to hang it on the rafters and ladder.
    Its a great gun and nails are easy to find.
    27 years a builder.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Cannot find nails for it!
    Where do you get nails for this nail gun I went to every hardware store in Murrieta & Temecula and no one carries the nails for this nailer I bought. Where in the world do I get the nails for my nailer?

    5-0 out of 5 stars Quality Nailer
    Although I've only had this nailer for a few months now, it is a quality nailer.It comes with the contact trip trigger installed, I would recommend this trigger only to those who have used a pneumatic nailer and know what they are doing.A sequential trip trigger is included with this kit and it is safer for the beginning user.I use the nailer with the contact trip trigger and it fires as rapidly as the air-compressor will let you.It is constructed very well and as long as you keep it lubed it works very well.I recommend this nailer to anyone. ... Read more

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    14. B & CEagle 97/253/16" Crown, 1" Length Staple for S3297-LHF (5000-Pack)
    by B & C Eagle
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $24.00 -- our price: $17.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000224PT
    Sales Rank: 347
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 3/16 inch crown
    • 1 inch leg length
    • 5m/box

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Floor Runner
    these staples and the gun they are used in are the absolute best for installing Bruce "Natural Reflections" 5/16" flooring. What a time saver over gluing this product!

    4-0 out of 5 stars staples
    We Love this product!Bostitch staples are the best .They outpreform any other staple in the market as far as holding power and setting capability. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Fasteners    2. Staples    3. Finish Staples    4. (Stapels)   


    15. B&C Eagle STCR5019-3/8 3/8" PowerCrown Staple (5000-Pack)
    by B & C Eagle
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $12.21 -- our price: $8.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000225IO
    Sales Rank: 737
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 3/8-inch staple
    • 5,000 per box

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars powercrown staples
    "Powercrown" staples performed exceptionally well for allstapling jobs.Have used them for everything from "Tyvec" to insulation and have had exactually 0 problems.When used in the"Slammer" they give no problems and feed well. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Fasteners    2. Staples    3. Finish Staples    4. (Stapels)   


    16. Bostitch SB-2IN1 Brad Nailer / Finish Stapler Combo Tool
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005JRLV
    Sales Rank: 2809
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Tool free directional exhaust
    • Drives finish staples and brads
    • Includes: Carry case, brads, staples, and oil
    • Dial-A-Depth fastener depth control
    • Rubber comfort handle grip

    Reviews (11)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Didn't work well as a stapler.
    I bought this 2-in-1 for convenience (it's a 2-in1!) and because of a very good past history with other Stanley-Bostitch tools. I was sorely disappointed. I tried to use this to staple 1/4" underlayment, but encountered numerous jams, misfeeds and situations where one of the two legs of the stapler would not sink. All-in-all, of the 200 staples I tried to sink, I had 30+ 'mis-fires'; or ~16%. I tried varrying the pressure between 80-110 psig (even though the tool is clearly marked do not exceed 100 psig) but the problem never got better. Every 5th or 6th staple would be a problem. Clearly, this is not good. I was left with no other option but to return it (and used my neighbor's Porter Cable to finish the job). I've never had a problem with my brad-only tool Bostitch, so either I got a bad one or this is a bad design. I can't recommend this item.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Light weight dual purpose
    I use this mostly for stapling up cedar shingles and the only problem I have with it is you have to pull the trigger every time.I understand this is considered a finish nailer but having an option would be nice, especially in a situation like mine where accurancy is much less important than speed.

    The plastic nose guard didn't last long on mine for siding work, but when I'm doing finish work I always get it out.The arrows are very accurate in helping show the nail/staple position.

    Bositch now makes an even lighter model but that one is for staples only.Having the ability to do staples and brads is why I keep getting this one.Plus the weight difference doesn't really matter to me because this on is already so light I don't notice the weight.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth a dime!!
    I'm a woodworker ,I bought this tool thinking a dual use tool would be more practical. Was I wrong!I've had this tool about 2 months and used it to drive 3 18 gauge nails ,it promptly jambed up and wouldn't shoot another nail. It will shoot staples very well, but due to the sloppy slot the nails slide in, they become jambed right away.What lousey workmanship .
    I have a 16 Ga. Porter Cable nailer that is indestructable.I've had it 5 yrs.and use it constantly and have had no problems with it. This Bostitch tool is totally worthless . I would recomend it for the junk pile ... Read more

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    17. Bostitch MFN200Manual Flooring Nailer
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $500.00 -- our price: $237.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005NMTA
    Sales Rank: 2693
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Comes with a white faced rubber mallet
    • Lightweight and easy-to-use
    • Drives L-shaped cleats with a single blow operation
    • Rubber bumpers protect against marring pre-finished flooring
    • Wide foot design for greater stability

    Reviews (6)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Broken
    The thin metal bar that drives the nail down was broken upon arrival.So I would have to give it the lowest rating.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Must Have For Floor Install
    Seems rugged and works great.It takes a short while to get use the swing.You want to hit it pretty hard to force the boards together without splitting the toe.
    You can build your floor with a nice finish nailer, but the cleat is much sturdier.
    Senco cleats from your local hardware works great.You don't need to wait two weeks for the Bostitch.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Tool for the Money
    I had the opportunity to use both this tool and the Porta Nailer manual floor nailer during a recent job. Both tools were new, both were solidly constructed and of good quality. The Bostich proved far superior to the Porta Nailer due primarily to the ratcheting feature on the Porta Nailer. This does not fuction well and is a poor design. The Porta nailer would leave cleats half driven or fail to release the cleat from the nailer after the cleat was fully driven. On the Porta Nailer side of the job we spent alot of time on our knees with a nail set trying to set cleats. We were forced to pull up a few planks becasue the cleats could not be set or removed. Eventually it was faster to just use the Bostich than waste man hours with the Porta Nailer. POSTSCRIPT _ It's a great value for the money - over ten big jobs without a hitch. ... Read more

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    18. Bostitch PC1000 Grand Slammer Stapler Hammer
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $60.00
    Asin: B00005JRLT
    Sales Rank: 10304
    Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Comfort handle grip
    • Bottom load staples
    • Holds two clips of staples
    • Staple gauge shows how many staples in magazine
    • Heavy duty durable frame

    Reviews (8)

    1-0 out of 5 stars 10-12 Hits and JAM...JAM ...JAM
    I am not in to staples.. Just get it done.. This product is a complete "Simple tool .. gone bad.." I tried the Bostich, B&C, and Arrow staples, all crowned, all failed.. I never could get more than 12 goods hits.. Sorry folks, pass on this one, and find a swedish Rapid series.. Art ( owner, Home builder)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best hammer stapler yet
    This stapler works great.Your fingers don't get pinched like other hammer staplers.When you use the correct staplers (Power Crown), the stapler doesn't jam.This is the best hammer stapler I've owned.

    1-0 out of 5 stars bostitch [messed]up
    I've been in construction for 15 years now and have used the "old" bostitch H-2B stapler for years and loved it.Last summer I went to order a couple more and found out they were discontinued; I checked everywhere ; even @ a repair facility that has the parts to rebuild them; no one has any of them left.I called Bostitch directly and they said the "new" one takes the same staples ; WRONG so I bought the grand slammer and I hate it ; the staples are hard to keep in the rail while closing the ram and they jam as easily as the "cheap" arrow t-50's did; I didn't mind spending $100.00 for a stapler I could rely on and one that was easy to replace or clean the parts; I WISH they would begin making the H2B again PLEASE! ... Read more

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    19. Bostitch N80SB-1 Framing Stick Nailer
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $346.31 -- our price: $219.99
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    Asin: B0000225IR
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Popular among house framers, Bostitch's framing stick nailer offers solid, no-fuss, reliable performance. With its tough aluminum housing and extruded aluminum magazine, this nailer is a sturdy piece of equipment, designed to hold up to falls and the inevitable beating tools take on a framing crew. The nosepiece's teeth aggressively grip lumber for toe-nailing. The adjustable depth control makes it easy to adjust the countersink with the gun, instead of the compressor. The nailer's deflector conveniently directs exhaust away from the user. We were impressed with how solid this Bostitch unit feels--it definitely has the burliness of an industrial-strength tool. But with its burly nature comes a bit of extra weight--always something to consider. The tool weighs just over 8 pounds empty, however, so some arm fatigue is probably inevitable. But the nailer's rubber grips are comfortable to hold,and the balance is good. This model shoots 2- to 3-1/2-inch, 28-degree, wire-weld-collated, clipped-head nails, and will hold a strip of 75. The nailer is available in contact or sequential trip. --Jonathon Tudor ... Read more

    Features

    • Lightweight
    • Adjustable depth control
    • Multidirectional exhaust
    • Accurate nail placement

    Reviews (16)

    5-0 out of 5 stars from a 16 year old
    I purchased this nailer about 2 years ago for my father, Ive used many times, until Igot used to it I did change the trigger. The bump trigger is great once you've practiced with this thing. Its very light and can drive almost anything. But, only use stanley nails. I used another brand from the local lumber yard and they did not fit and almost broke the nailer.
    I would rocommend this nailer for any task dealing with construction or remodel. However Id recommend a coil framing nailer for sheeting, stick nailers dont hold enough nails for sheeting work.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fail Safe
    I am a framing contractor in the northeast. I have been using Bostitch N80 nail guns for the last 15 years. From 90 degree temps in the summer to zero degrees in the winter, they always work. I have a total of 22 Bostitch guns, some being as old as 15 years. The framing nailers I get at least 5 years of day after day service. The most common break down is either lack of oil or breakage from the guns being dropped. (they have to really be dropped from high up onto a hard surface such as a concrete slab) All of the production framers in this area use Bostitch, the best of the best. Thank you Stanley for making a product that enables us contractors to make our living with a minimum amount of headaches.
    Claude Post Jr, Saugerties, New York

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very Good Durable Tool
    A rugged tool that will last a long time with a couple drops of oil in the morning.Minor double firing, usual with all guns with this type trigger.If you don't have one, get one, you won't be sorry. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Framing Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   


    20. Bostitch H30-8D6 Hand Hammer Tacker with Holster
    by Bostitch
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $37.31 -- our price: $28.49
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    Asin: B0000225IM
    Sales Rank: 1810
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Powerful
    • Compact design
    • One hand operation
    • Ideal for tacking and batt insulation also good for felt and sign mounting.
    • Accepts 1/4 inch and 3/8 inch bostitch staples

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good product
    I purchased this item for a carpenter that I sometime work for. He gave me his Arrow hammertacker becuase it always jammed.Your product has been jam free since he has had it (2 years). I used his old stapler today while working off of a 28 foot ladder. It worked so well that I threw it to the ground and decided to order 2 of them , one for me and one for him (he left his on a job).

    5-0 out of 5 stars Simpler is better
    I've owned every slap hammer stapler you can imagine. This is one of my favorites. It is so simple.If you like jams this tool is not for you. It just doesn't jam up like the others that are more complicated. I refuse to buy any more of the arrow and duo-fast staplers. I have some of the 100.00 Stanley H2B's but they are just gathering dust. I prefer these cheap little slammers any day of the week.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Bostitch does it right
    I think the real selling point of this one is the holster.Forcontractors (especially roofers), a holster is a necessity for the job --and how often do you see a retailer that sells slap-tacker holsters?Andyou can trust the quality of every tool Bostitch puts their name on.I'dsay this one is a keeper for anybody in the market for slap-tackers. ... Read more

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