Hitachi NR83A3S 3-1/4" 21 Degree Framing Nailer (Recon Grade C)
- 8.6 lbs, lightweight and well-balanced for easy maneuverability
- 2-piece steel magazine for replacement ease
- Open nose design for simple clearing should a nail jam
- Rubber grip for added comfort Hardened agressive toenail push lever resists wear for prolonged life
- Selective actuation (ANSI Compliant) allows transition from single actuation to contact actuation
- Fastener Type - Full Round Head, Plastic Strip Collation
- Depth Adjustment - No
- Magazine Angle - 21 degrees
- Fastener Length Capacity- 2" - 3-1/4"
- Fastener Diameter Range - .113 to .131
- Magazine Capacity - 64-70 Nails
- Magazine Loading - Top
- Air Inlet - 3/8"
- Operating Pressure - 70-120psi
- Air Consumption - .064 (FT3/Cycle@100psi)
- Jam Clearing - Open Nose
- Actuation - Selective (Sequential/Bump Fire)
- LxWxH - 21-13/16" x 4-1/4" x 13-3/8"
- Weight - 8.6 lbs
- Safety Glasses
these are the best, no other brand comes closeI was a framing carpenter foreman for 30+ years and these are an industry standard. You were happy to pay double the asking price here for them. They by FAR the toughest, longest lasting, reliable, and easiest to maintain of nay brand nailgun that I used . They will give 10 years plus of daily hard use with no more care than a couple of drops of oil every day. They will fasten wood to concrete with hardened nails all day long with nothing but the occasional broken driver, and then it is 4 screws drop in a new driver and back to work. In my opinion and experience these are the epitome of a tool that fits the function.
happy with functionality, underwhelmed by appearenceThis is a top rated nailer and it works flawlessly. The trigger takes a little getting used to if not in the bump fire mode as it may fire more than one nail if you don't release it quickly. But once you learn how long to hold the trigger, it works perfectly. Other thoughts, whenever, I buy a refurbished unit, I have come to expect a slightly used unit that may have been returned due to some flaw. Once the flaw is repaired and inspected by the manufacturer, it is then sold as a refurbished unit. I received a Grade C refurbished unit. Understandably it is may have more cosmetic flaws than a grade A unit. But mine is essentially a substantially used unit. Probably one that was used for several months if not years. So basically, I bought a used unit. While I cannot quibble with functionality, I feel slightly let down by how used the unit appears to be despite knowing that it is a grade C refurbished unit
If your wondering or not sure about grade C you have nothing to worry aboutGrade c is the equivalent of a weeks worth of work on a nail gun! I got brand new ones that after two weeks look worse then what they call grade C !
Great purchase!Nice tool. Weight balanced.
Big Sky Tool ReviewsExcellent tool, works great as long as pressure is kept above 90 psi. It could be the compressor settings.
Big Sky Tool ReviewsJust what I Needed. First day I got them I put them to work and until now they are in perfect work condition.