Husky DPFR2190 21 Degree Framing Nailer

Husky DPFR2190 21 Degree Framing Nailer

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Condition: Grade A
Our Price $97.95

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Husky DPFR2190 21 Degree Framing Nailer
Description

Description

This Husky Pneumatic 3-1/2 in. 21-Degree Full Head Framing Nailer is made of die-cast magnesium for lightweight usability on a variety of projects. The tool-free design lets you easily adjust the nail depth and 360-degree exhaust port. It is an excellent lightweight option for driving 2 - 3 1/2 in. plastic-collated nails in projects such as framing, sheathing, remodeling and outdoor work. A dust cap and internal air filter keep the nailer free from debris for smooth, clean operation. The driving mechanism is constructed to prevent dry firing.
Features

Features

Easy-load magazine features simple pull-back pusher No-mar tip Switch allows for quick transitions between sequential and contact nailing Tool-free depth adjustment Anti-dry fire system helps protect tool and operator Great for framing, sheathing, remodeling, deck work and outdoor projects Conforming rubber grip for operator comfort Dust cap and internal air filter for clean operation Lightweight magnesium construction Drives 2 - 3-1/2 in. nails 360-degree adjustable exhaust
Specifications

Specifications

Air Tool Type - Air Nailer
Assembled Depth - 5.38 in
Assembled Height - 15.13 in
Assembled Width - 21.63 in
Compressor/Air Tool Features - Adjustable Exhaust Port,Fastener Depth Control
Cordless/Corded - Cordless
Energy Type - Pneumatic
Loading type - Strip
Maximum Fastener Size - 3-1/2 in
Maximum fastener size - 3.5 in
Minimum Fastener Size - 2 in
Minimum fastener size - 2 in
Nail Gauge - 10
Nailgun Angle - 21
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Manuals

Manuals

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Reviews

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Glad I bought this Nail Gun
I don't regret buying this framing nailer which was like new. It worked great for a wood shed shelving project and glad I have it now. You might need a more expensive framing nailer if you used it a lot, but for the DIYer..it was great!
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Review by Richard / (Posted on 12/24/2015)