PF150S-PP Positive Placement® Metal Connector Nailer - 1½" Nails

PF150S-PP Positive Placement® Metal Connector Nailer - 1½" Nails

  • Durable and powerful for tough jobsite conditions
  • Lightweight, compact design fits in tight spaces
  • 2-strip magazine - high capacity, less reloading
  • Non-slip cushioned grip provides comfort and control
  • Probing tip locates nail hole quickly - work faster
 
  • Tool-less adjustable exhaust cap easily moves air out of the way
  • Nail lock-out prevents blank driving
  • Rear load magazine - NEW one-step follower provides faster nail reloading
  • Head-marked nails for easy nail identification

Use Paslode 1½" Positive Placement® Nails: Smooth (heat treated) Brite and Mechanically Galvanized - ICC-ES recognized: ER 2126

 

ModelPF150S-PP
Part #502300
Weight6lbs. 5oz.
Nail Capacity44-47 (2-strips)
Nail Range1½" only
Magazine Angle30º
Nail TypeSmooth (heat treated) Brite and Mechanically Galvanized - ICC-ES recognized: ER 2126
Air Req./100 p.s.i..082/cycle
Op. Pressure p.s.i. (bar)90-120 (6.2-8.3)
Warranty90-day limited on wear parts, 6 month limited on magazine parts, 1 year limited on housing and cap parts
  

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Product Reviews


— Anonymous
Been framing for years. And you can't beat these guns. If it's jambing , stop slamming the slide closed. The paper collapses causing them to jamb also keep nails dry. Also if that hole on the hanger had hair on it you guys complaining about nails not sinking would hit the hole then . Learn how to use the gun correctly and it is flawless !
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Professional framer 6 days a week i build 5-6 homes a month these guns work great no better no less then all other brands of PP NAILERS if the gun breaks or mis-drives a tico then your not holding the gun correctly with a adverage of 68k a month i feel my report is valid.
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These guns are a piece of crap. Bought 2 for use in my framing company for installing strapping in a windstorm area. We install Simpson straps. The blades on both guns broke on the same day after less than 3 months of use. Also the screws holding the placement pin continually work loss and have to be retightened. Buy something else.
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nails jam in the tip . spend more time pulling tool off nail than its worth
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good
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