Paslode 21 Degree Framing Nailer Review
By Robert Robillard
The Paslode 21-DEGREE Framing Nailer is a perfect solution for the remodeling contractor. As a remodeling carpenter I like this nailer, here’s why:
The Paslode 21-DEGREE Framing Nailer weighs 8.1 pounds and measures 13 inches in length, allowing it to fit into into tight spots, such as, between 16 on center framing. The F350-P is fairly light when compared to most framing stick nailers.
The lightweight also reduces shoulder and neck fatigue when working overhead.
With and operating pressure of 90-120, the Paslode 21-DEGREE Compact Framing Nailer is powerful enough to work easily with engineered lumber.
From depth of drive control to a dual-trigger for sequential or contact fire, this nailer lets you dial in the depth and speed fastening you desire. A top load magazine is a also a nice feature and one that enhanced loading efficiency.
This nailer holds two strips of fasteners and drives 2-inch to 3.5-inch nails. It installs 21-degree full round head (FRH) resin-collated nails which were designed to prevent those annoying stings from bits of flying plastic. A dry-fire lockout that prevents firing when empty and extends service life.
Paslode F350-P Specifications
Collation: 21 degrees; resin/plastic
Nails: full round head; 2- to 3 1/2-inch
Weight: 8.1 pounds
Height: 13 inches
Warranty: 5 years