Porter Cable Framing Nail Gun

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3-1/2″ Clipped-Head Framing Nailer Kit FC350A. The FC350A includes Carrying case, 1/4″ air fitting with dust cover, Oil.

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buddy asked What is the difference in the degree angles of a pneumatic framing nail gun?

I am about to purchase a framing nail gun and I am not a professional framer. I have noticed there are guns with 21, 28, & 34 degree angles on their magazines. Why is this?
And what is the difference? I found a nail gun that will adjust to accommodate all three angles. What is the preferred nail guns angle used by professional framers?

And got the following answer:

The different angles take different nails. The 30-34 degree take the paper collated nails (such as Paslode), the 20-22 degree take full head plastic collated nails (Duo Fast, Porter-Cable FR350). 28 degree is wire collated (Bostitch). I would be VERY skeptical of any nailer that claimed to shoot all three. There is a huge difference in angle when it comes to the piston that actually drives the nail. Often, when a tool does 3 different things, it does each marginally rather than focusing on one task and doing it well. I prefer the 30-34 degree framers. I have a Porter Cable FC350. Now that Paslode has come up with a full head nail that fits these guns, I really like it. It holds more nails than the other styles, is a little lighter (especially the magnesium guns), and requires less maintenance. Hope this helps.

Aaron asked want a cordless finish nailer, how difficult to use?

looking at a dewalt 18volt 16 gauge finish nailer is it easily used and how well do the nails hold and do they look acceptable for finish work, and how often do they have problems like jamming etc. thanks.

And got the following answer:

They are easy to use and usually convenient. All nail guns can jam. The cordless finish nailers work pretty well. The framing nailers are too slow, in my opinion, for any big job (sheathing especially).

If you think you might someday want a framing gun, roofing gun, brad nailer, pinner, stapler, air sander, drill, sprayer, etc, etc, I’d recommend a compressor. For about the same cost as that cordless gun, you could get the kit from Porter-Cable that has a pancake compressor, 16g finish, 18g brad, and narrow crown stapler. And then you have the option of adding many other tools.

noskwik asked What is the quietest portable air compressor?

I’m looking for a portable name brand air compressor such as a twin tank style. Hitachi, porter cable, and dewalt are what I’m looking for. I don’t know how to judge loudness in decibels so what is the quietest? And is oil-less better than oil ran? I’d like as high of cfm as possible to run atleast one framing nailer with no wait on recharging. Please someone explain all of this to me and give me your best opinion on each compressor. Thankyou
So for people are going for the oil units as opposed to the oil-less. Do they work well when its cold? My whole concern with the loudness is that when I’m inside an enclosed house or in the basement and that noisy compressor kicks on, it just makes my ears ring and it is sooo annoying. I have never seen a belt ran compressor as a “new” portable unit. I actually can stand to hear those run, they sound kinda like a steam engine.

And got the following answer:

I have seen allot of them at work and everyone likes them

dewalt dual tank…stick with oil running units…they last longer.

if your running a nail gun these small units are fine but if you are going to run any type of air tool like a paint gun or any other hand tool like that youll need a huge compressor and tank….like one of those bolt in units