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Hitachi NR83A2 Framing Nailer

Hitachi NR83A2 Framing Nailer Hot

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Hitachi NR83A2 Framing Nailer
Manufacturer
Nail size
Model #
NR83A2
MSRP
$622.65
Includes:
protective bumpers<br />
safety glasses<br />
allen keys
NR83A2, 3-1/4", Framing Nailer, Features: Lightweight & Well Balanced, Only 7.9 LBS, Tool Less Depth Adjustment, 2 Piece, Black, Stainless Steel Magazine For Replacement Ease, Open Nose Design Allows For Easy Extraction Of A Jammed Nail, Comfortable Rubber Grip, Hardened Aggressive Toenail Push Lever Reduces Wear, Selective Actuation Ansi Compliant, Allows For Single Actuation Or Contact Actuation.
 Fastener Type Full Round Head, Plastic Strip Collation
 Magazine Angle 21 Degrees
 Fastener Length Capacity 2" - 3-1/4"
 Fastener Diameter Range 113 to .131
 Magazine Capacity 64-70
 Magazine Loading Top
 Air Inlet 3/8"
 Operating Pressure 70-120psi
 Air Consumption .088 (FT3/Cycle@100psi)
 Jam Clearing Open Nose
 Depth Setting Tool-Less
 Actuation Selective (Sequential/Bump Fire)
 L x W x H 21-13/16" x 4-1/4" x 13-3/8"
 Weight 7.9lbs
 

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Old Reliable

This is one of those tools that you can always count on. Built like a tank. A little on the heavy side compared to some of the more modern plastic fantastic guns, but you don't notice it once you pick it up and work it a while. This is not a plastic gun.

It is well balanced and comfortable to work with. Jams are a very rare occurrence, but when they do happen they can be a pain to clear. I would prefer a lever to switch from bump to sequential fire rather than the ring under the trigger, But the ring does work OK. This guns magazine does not really care for 8's, the ends of the racks tend to jam together causing misfires and jams. I prefer a coil nailer for the lighter stuff anyhow, so it is not really a problem for me.

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Cons
poor finish (paint), weight
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