CF325 Cordless Framing Nailer

CF325 Cordless Framing Nailer

  • Redesigned nose — For toe-nailing at any angle
  • Faster tool performance — Greater productivity
  • Lasts 5x longer between cleanings! — 50,000 nails!
  • Just drop in fuel and go — New orange quicklode™ fuel

Use with New Fuel + Nail Combo Packs!

  • Save time and money, enough fuel to drive every nail in the box!
  • New PowerBoost™ Black Tip Coating drives nails easier, even in LVL!
  • Includes 1,000 nails and 1 quicklode™ fuel cell

Click Here to Watch a Video on Cleaning & Maintaining Paslode Cordless Framing Nailers

 
  • Portable, freedom on the jobsite without hoses or compressors
  • Powerful enough to drive 3 1/4" nails in the toughest lumber using new tip coated nails (available only with NEW Fuel + Nail Combo Packs)
  • NEW Heavy-duty rafter/belt hook for taking jobsite abuse
  • NEW Non-slip grip provides comfort and reduces hand fatigue
  • Tool-less nail adjustment changes nail depth in an instant
  • Nail lockout feature prevents blank driving
  • Tool-free depth of drive adjustment
  • Compact size fits between 16" o.c. studs, joists and roof trusses

Includes:

  • CF325 Cordless Framing Nailer
  • 1 free orange quicklode™ fuel cell
  • Rechargeable 6V oval battery
  • 2-hour AC battery charger
  • Rugged carrying case
  • Owner's manuals
  • Safety glasses
  • 5/32" Hex Wrench

NAILS: 30° Paper Tape - Brite, Hot Dipped Galvanized Plus

ModelCF325
Part #902200
Weight7.5lbs w/battery
Height14.5"
Length12"
Width4"
Speed2 - 3 nails per second, sequential operation
Nail Capacity1 strip (48 nails)
Nail Range2"-3 1/4" in length, .113" to .131" shank diameters
Nail Angle30º
Nail TypePaslode RounDrive® Offset Full Head (Brite or GalvGuard)
Fuel TypeOrange quicklode™ Fuel (available with NEW Fuel + Nail Combo Packs)
Nails per Fuel Cell1,100 - 1,300 nails
Fuel Life21 months from date of manufacture
Battery Life4,000 nails (approx). per charge
Cleaning Interval50,000 nails
Warranty

1-year full warranty, 5-year limited warranty

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Product Reviews

I am having a problem with 2 3/8 nails jamming . I can shoot 3 1/4 all day but put 2 3/8 in and jam . All the nails I use are paslode and the same degree . I have bought 3 boxes from different places and none will work . I called paslode twice and waited 20 minutes just to get hung up on . If some one else made a gun like this I would buy it and hope the costumer service is better
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Terrific gun but cannot yet buy separate fuel cells down here in New Zealand. This is causing a bit of consternation amongst the building fraternity here. Pete G
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like the nailer but the gas is overpriced
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This nail gun works perfect if you take care of it just like changing oil in a car. And who wants to hear a compressor when your hung over. I love this nailer very fun to use when iam building.
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I'm not happy with the discontinued large yellow fuel cylinders. I've been talking to people that have tried using the red fuel with the yellow carburetor for their finish nailers and they say it works great. Only thing is, don't throw out your old caps. NOT HAPPY.
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Like the gun but the gas is almost 37 percent higher for the same amount of fuel compared to the double pack you can purchase for the older guns. This is significant if you use them often.
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I have had zero problems w/my 325Li. I use mostly 3" Galvy Ring-Shank nails fastening 2 by stock into .06 Pressure-treated joists. Minor depth adjustments are all I need to do coupled w/easy maintenance to be free of the noisy, circuit breaker tripping compressor, muddy-tripping hazard-material snagging hoses...thanks Paslode for cutting the hoses!!!
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i live in the uk and have just ordered a 325 from the us to replace my im350, hope i can get spare gas here. paul
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As much as I love it when it's working well I can't help but wonder if it is actually better then the older model; I can handle the periodic maintenance to get that Eagle soaring through the clouds feeling of nailing without a hose but roughly four months in and maybe 15,000 nails my battery connection is starting to fail sporadically, nothing a quick tap doesn't solve but I'll probably have to send it in to get fixed somehow, what a waste of time. As the newer fuel cells are more money I can't see the argument for the 325, the weight feels the same and it looks like the old one might have included 2 batteries although I'm not sure about that
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ok heres the rundown.....i have owned every paslode ever made and the product is top of the line none compair....the cf325 has a diffrent head on the fuelcell and u can order online or they come with the smaller packs of nails and an innerchangable head for cell for the 2nd gen cordless framer...which i deem as probably the most cost effective and versatile of all the cordless framers to date(900420) the lithium ion and the cf 325 have taken the gun to the next level but finding the cells in the 325 can be a pain, the 325li(lithium ion) takes a diffrent type of battery which are costly and working construction for over 25yrs u damage these and have to pay to replace. but all the guns are cadillacs...none better on the market. they all also share a similar flaw......the charger cords are cheap and after a year of heavy use they breakdown , this is the only real flaw of the guns...i suggest buying the 2nd gen with extra battery and charger pack.....but what do i know, its just an opinion of a man who has owne
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can you expot the combo packs to uk or is it the same as im350+
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LOVE THE GUN. NO COMPLAINTS
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I have been a Paslode cordless framing nailer user for over 15 yrs. The CF325 is a great gun, the only problem is the fuel cells. They are not interchangable with the Red fuel Cells, and they do not last as long. In fact, when the fuel cell reaches about 1/3 - 1/4, it will not shoot anymore nails. It acts as if its empty. So if you can't shoot the nails, it doesn't work that great.
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Great gun. if you cant find the fuel cells well then maybe you shouldn't be using it.
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My paslode nailer wouldent work after laying around for two years.I was gone.it would fire sometimes.just to help anyone.the gas was full but expired.replaced with new gas works like a new one.
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why would you glue the circuit board assy into the handle and not just leave it the same as the 900420 which is held in with a screw. makes it really hard to replace.
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Bought my second paslode, first was a impulse, gave it to my daughter. Just pick up my second, today 325. charged the battery for 3hrs. light is green on the charger. the light on the gun flashes green and red?? will not work. Living in Montana, it is 56 miles to the closest store. Thought better of paslode. hey paslode how abought paying for some gas
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I'm a colonial home renovator and this gun has the stones to be a carpenters wet dream and a 100 year old timbers nightmare. paslode has hit the nail on the head with this package!!
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Dam good gun one of the best ever made I have a angled and a framer great tool we use slot of them in south Florida
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I have had both the Paslode finish nailer and stud nailerfor about 8 years now. I am very happy with them. But I cant find anyone that can work on them. can you help me? I am in Jacksonville Arkansas but anywhere close would be alright. south haven gravel ridge, cabot or even north little rock or sherwood. Please help
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O Ring Kit is rediculously priced $60 for two O rings!
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Fool-proof, reliable, tough ... should I go on? Consider me a Paslode customer for life.
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havent bought one yet but I am going too !!! and yeah u dummies...the gas is sold seperately...open ur eyes fool!!!
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I bought this to put up 100 feet worth of redwood fence pickets. It worked wonderfully! Even without using the optional no-mar rubber tip, the results were exceptional. I was up and running fast. I had never used a framing nailer in my life and I was working like a pro after 3 practice shots.
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This model is not capable of hanging from the belt for a left-hander. Wish that was possible.
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Great Tool !!! Quicklode Fuel Cells for the New Framer are available on ebay and most box stores.
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Awesome guys well made
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"I purchased a new framing nailer and ran out of gas and would like to know where to purchace the new style cartriges for the nailer.Pretty rediculas when you buy a new nail gun and can not use the bloody thing" - Not hard to find them, Home Depot, Lowes and many large and small building suppliers, Please use spell check, you should be more upset with your poor grammar, You are in trouble when you can't read the manual.
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I LOVE THIS TOOL!!! I use it all of the time and is well worth the money. Bottom line, time is money and this tool saves a lot of time. This tool all around is awesome!!! Freddie Kampf
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We have been useing paslode framing nailers for 15 years we have never had any problems with them you have to clean them out from time to time but the cf 325 is the best one yet it has a lot more power and is a well balanced gun but we never had any problems finding fuel cells for any of the guns most ace hardwares menards lowes home depots have them if you can't find them at any of those places call your naerest paslode dealer they are great guns
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passloads are awsome new combo pack of nails comes with adapter for old gas tubes to work now what
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good and consistant punch
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Anybody that cant find fuel, is not looking very hard. Menards and Home Depot both sell orange fuel canisters separate from the nails,or you can buy them together.
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Just bought the CF 325 it's agreat gun. And for those of complaining about the fuel cells, they're sold in 2 packs at Homedepot and Lowes also at Menards so quite complaining. The new black tipped nails are awesome. I 'm useing hemlock fir and had no problem setting the nails.I for 1 like the idea of fuel cell/nail packs and being able to buy the fuel cells separately NICE GOING Paslode I work at a local greenhouse and they have a paslode framing nailer. Works great so it was an no brainer for me to buy mine
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I purchased a new framing nailer and ran out of gas and would like to know where to purchace the new style cartriges for the nailer.Pretty rediculas when you buy a new nail gun and can not use the bloody thing
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i purchest a paslode CF325 hasnt arvied yet but i use them at work everyday love the gun
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The CF325 works great; better than I expected. It drives nails right through galv steel hangers whether I hit the hole or not. The fuel/nail combo packs are an okay idea and I will likely be using them, especially since it seems I don't have much choice, but I think it is a mistake for Paslode not to sell the orange fuel cells separately too. Why don't you let the market decide if there is a place for separately sold orange fuel cells? You are limiting my ability to decide what I need. Casey Jones
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Home Depot now has the gas. About $11.00
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Same complaint as everybody else. Why would you release the gun before the fuel cells. Got nails I can't shoot.
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Great gun! Home Depot now has Spare Framing Fuel!!
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Great nail gun!!! I won this new model via an internet drawing for Philadelphia Carpenters.....thanks Paslode!!!! I agree that gas cartriges should be sold separetly so we can use up all these boxes of nails that are laying around our shop with this new fantastic gun instead of having to continue using the old dated model.....Thanks again Paslode. Great Job!!! ----Nick D.
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I would really love to have this for my husband. We are doing a remodel to our family room , his friend was nice enough to lend him his gas load framer. It"s a great product , a little on the heavy side for me.
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Wish you could buy the new model in stores in northern Canada. What a great tool.
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Very satisfied. I own Construction Company and We using this nailer a lot. Never had problem with it. I already recommended this nailer to my other contractors. Worth every penny. HR Construction
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great gun just waiting for fuel cells to come out separately, hope the cell in my gun doesnt evaporate off before I use the gun down the road or I will have to buy more nails that I dont need. SMD.
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great nailer but needs cleaning on a regular basis unlike the numatic
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This is hands down the absolute best cordless framing nailer available! Much easier to push the safety due to the change to all steel rings.Great belt/rafter hook! For those concerned about fuel cells, the fuel/nail packs are available in 1000 (1 cell) or 3000 (3 cells)count configurations. We all get to make our own decisions, but if you guys would stop buying generic or some other manufacturers nails, Paslode would not have to make such a decision. DM
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YOU CAN FIND GAS FOR IT AT T&M HARDWARE IN HARMONY, PA.
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Got mine at Southern Fastening Systems 800-239-3895. They are all over the place, plus they have large dealer network. Call them they should be able to help!! Have 3 of these tools and they are great!!!! Good job PALODE!!
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great gun!!!!!!!!!!! but i cant figure out if some of you cant read or what? NAIL FUEL COMBO PACKS! COMES WITH THE FUEL CELL YOU NEED FOR THAT PACK!!! NO NEED TO BY SEPARATE FUEL CELLS. morons! Would be nice to have a metal hanger tip for it!
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Certainly much better than the senco piece of **** gas gun, the hook isn't big enough to hang from 35mm timber and the hook jabs you in the rist something cronic when nailing trimmers. Well done paslode your gun isn;t painful to use.
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fuellllllllllllllllllllllllllllll..... great tool but need some fuel!
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great tool!!! glad you finally had the sense to sell the fuel seperate - even though its one canister per package.
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Seriously, any of you clowns that can't find fuel are shooting THE WRONG NAILS!!!!! The fuel and nail pack with the black coated power boost nails will sink a 3 1/4 inch through and clearly flush into your generic nead. The fuel and nail pack is the only way to go.
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Who shops at Home Depot for anything besides Christmas lights? The same guys who shop at Bed Bath and Beyond and other stores in the mall. But seriously, Paslode has done it again.
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woot it is amazing
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kicks [butt] but i need gas
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Bought this when it was only available in Ohio. Framed nearly an entire house with it. This is the best gun out there!! Ordered the nails / gas online.
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If you don't constantly use this tool, the fuel will die before the nails run out. Please sell replacement fuel cells. She's a beast though. Beautiful.
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its the bst decision i made in buying this tools,
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Wheres the gas man, i need gas
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home depot will be carrying them starting late october in the west and november in the north east and everywhere else in february
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Great nail gun love it very portable large property take anywhere and with no power and work but can not find fuel cells Thanks
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Excelent gun, like it better than the older model i have when they first came out
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awesum cant get better
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Best in class. Any reputable lumberyard will have the fuel and nail packs. I am a pro and don't shop the box stores.
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Awesome nailer!!! Love it!!!
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Great nail gun! Guns & Fuel/Fastener packs are available through local fastener houses. These people also provide service/repair after the sale.
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Great nail gun ,well bilt,very powerful
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Great tool!
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Best nail gun i have purchased! My first Paslode. Thanks!
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