Bostitch N62FNK-2 1-1/4" to 2-1/2" 15-Gauge Tool-Free Angled Finish Nailer


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  • World's First 15ga tool with ultra-quiet rear exhaust to direct air away from the user
  • Integrated air blower allows user to clear away debris fromwork surface
  • LED work-light for working in closets and dark spaces
  • Adjustable trigger with safety lock-out
  • 16 on-center gauge flips out for quick and easy installation of baseboard
  • Oil-free operation, rear trip design for clear line-of-sight and dial-a-depth adjustment
What's in The Box
  • 15 Gauge Angled Finish Nailer
  • Carrying Case
  • (1,000) 2-Inch Fasteners
  • (2) Standard No-Mar Tips
  • (4) Profile No-Mar Tips
  • Swivel Air Fitting
  • Steel Belt Hook
  • Hex Wrench
  • Owner's Manual
  • 7-Year Limited Factory Warranty
  • 30 Day Satisfaction Guaranteed
Weight 4.15 lbs, 1.88 kilos
Driving Power 375 Inch Lbs.
Magazine Capacity 130 Nails

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
best tool on the market

Slammed out two town houses with 3" baseboard all the way around with minimal drops of oil. Gun worked flawlessly. Highly recommend this for baseboard work.

Note: only used 95lb PSI while working this gun. Anything over, nails shot right through the wood.

Keep up the good work!!

Great nailer, but plan your nail selection ahead of time.

Overall I really like this nailer. I have used nailers for several years and nothing compares to some of the old models for reliability and striking a nail every time. No misfires out of this one, the led light is okay, tried it out, but I'm used to nailing without one. I first used this one on baseboards, so it worked perfectly for that. My biggest issue is the lack of available nail supply, in particular for galvanized nails. For those of you new to this craft, the nailers come in a DA style (the most common) and the FN style which is this one. The FN nails are in limited supply at your local DIY store, so if you purchase this one, then be prepared to plan ahead and buy the nails online to get what you want. I talked with a local fastener supply stores (Fastenal) and they tell me Stanley refuses to allow them the ability to carry nail stock. Bottom line, as much as I like this nailer, I would personally stay away from it until the FN nails are available locally. Sure, I found 2" nails in stock at both HD and Lowes, but every other size was a "order on-line and ship to store". Yes, it was at no cost, but having to wait when I needed them that day is rather irritating. I had to borrow my Dad's old reliable to use galvanized nails on outside trim. Stanley, you can really help your cause if you would get off your but and get your nails out on the market.