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BOSTITCH F28WW 2-inch to 3-1/2-inch Framing Nailer with Magnesium Housing

Model:
F28WW
Brand:
Bostitch
* The advertised Lease is a rental-purchase agreement for new merchandise. Unless you exercise your Early Purchase Option, to acquire the merchandise you must make 52 weekly payments of $10.00 (plus tax & delivery), for a $520.00 (plus tax & delivery) Total Cost/Total of Payments. This includes a $250.98 Cash Price3 and a $269.02 Cost of Rental.

Overview

Framing, siding, decking, attaching wood to masonry, you name it, this versatile and lightweight framing nailer from Bostitch does it all. This nail gun is equipped with a patented pushbutton adjustable depth guide that sets the nail to desired depths quickly and conveniently. A depth-of-drive control of course means there’s no adjusting compressor pressure, but also that you don’t have to fumble for tools when you’re standing on a steep roof. Just set the compressor at 80 psi and adjust the depth as needed.

Weighing just 7.6 pounds, the tool handles great in tight quarters like attics and during otherwise shoulder-burning overhead tasks. The innovative design is a big plus when nailing top plates to floor joints or when crawling under that low deck to reinforce the new hot-tub. A factory installed sequential trigger and Bostitch’s exclusive Smart Trigger ensure optimal control and faster production. The trigger works as either a sequential or bump fire trigger. A notched, 16-inch layout indicator on the magazine helps achieve correct distance between studs in a matter of seconds. And, a lightweight magnesium housing means easy handling and unsurpassed durability

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The unit drives 2- to 3-1/2-inch wire-collated framing nails. One of the most powerful framers on the market, this nailer features 1,050 inch-pounds of driving power for tackling even toughest engineered lumber applications. And, bolt-on, steel wear guards with integrated rubber skid pads protect the tool from bumps and drops for durability and years of use.

--Brian D. Olson

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