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Bostitch Cap Nailer Model N66BC-1

Product Features:

    The Bostitch N66BC-1 Coil Cap Nailer has a tool-free “Dial-A-Depth” adjustment that sets nails to desired depths quickly and conveniently. It has a lightweight magnesium design for added durability. The quick-load magazine feature provides fast and easy loading of caps and nails. The tool-free adjustable exhaust conveniently directs exhaust…
Price as on: 2019-12-04 14:48:53
293.58  

Product Description

The Bostitch N66BC-1 Coil Cap Nailer has a tool-free “Dial-A-Depth” adjustment that sets nails to desired depths quickly and conveniently. It has a lightweight magnesium design for added durability. The quick-load magazine feature provides fast and easy loading of caps and nails. The tool-free adjustable exhaust conveniently directs exhaust away from the user. This cap method proves to be 10x faster than nailing by hand and the 1” caps provide superior hold and increased productivity.. Tool-Free “Dial-A-Depth” Adjustment Sets Nails To Desired Depths Quickly And Conveniently. Lightweight Magnesium Design For Added Durability. Quick-Load Magazine Feature Provides Fast And Easy Loading Of Caps And Nailsdriving Power500 Inch Lbs @ 100 Psifastener Range1 1/4″ To 2 1/2″ Wire Weld And Plastic Inserted Coil Nails (.080″ – .092″)Magazine Capacity300 Nails. Tool-Free Adjustable Exhaust Conveniently Directs Exhaust Away From The User. Cap Method Proves To Be 10X Faster Than Nailing By Hand

Product Features

  • Tool-free “Dial-A-Depth” adjustment sets nails to desired depths quickly and conveniently
  • Lightweight magnesium design for added durability. Operating Pressure:70 – 120 psi
  • Quick-load magazine feature provides fast and easy loading of caps and nailsDriving Power500 Inch lbs @ 100 psiFastener Range1 1/4″ to 2 1/2″ Wire Weld and Plastic Inserted Coil Nails (.080″ – .092″)Magazine Capacity300 Nails
  • Tool-free adjustable exhaust conveniently directs exhaust away from the user
  • Cap method proves to be 10x faster than nailing by hand