What Is The Best Framing Nailer

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Dewalt DCN690 cordless framing nailer

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freeopinions asked Whats the difference between round head and clipped head framing nails?

I have never used a framing nailer and don’t know which type of nail is the better choice. I’m building a shed.

And got the following answer:

A “round” head nail is something you would use to put up paneling or baseboard or the trim around a window or door. It’s considered a finish nail.
A “clipped” (or flat) head is used for nailing 2 x 4’s or joists together or nailing plywood down to the floor or for roof decking. It’s considered a rough framing nail.

spongeflog asked what is the difference between a framing nailer and a regular nail gun?

i am putting in a new sliding glass door and i have a regular nail gun but it says i need a framing nailer…is there a big difference?

And got the following answer:

A framing nailer shoots framing nails. These are the heavy nails used to build the house. Walls are nailed together with 16d (3-1/4″) nails, subfloor and wall sheathing is nailed on with 8d (2-3/8″) nails. The gun itself is much larger than a finish nailer. What you have sounds like that. It shoots small finish nails, either 16 gauge nails or 18 gauge brads. They are designed to shoot nails which can be easily hidden by putty. A third type is a roofing nailer, which shoots the large headed nails that hold your shingles down. There are also staplers which can be used to apply sheathing, or smaller gauge staplers which can be used to apply trim. Then you have flooring nailers, which are pretty self explanatory. Hope this helps.

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J C asked Can I purchase nails for my craftsman framing nailer from another manufacturer?

I have a craftman model #18178 full head framing air nailer and I would like to know if I can buy nails for it at lowes or home depot instead of sears. (Such as Bostich, Passlode, Senco, Etc…) And I would also like to know if I can use clipped head nails with this particular model.

And got the following answer:

Looking at that nailer its a 22 degree round head nail. The brands that I’m familiar with senco, bostich, primesource and Paslode do not produce a 22 degree nail. And no Round head and clipped head nails are not interchangeable.

easy peasy asked Which nails are best for my air framing nailer ?

The nailer has three angle settings for the differnt nail styles…..does it matter which I use as long as they are big enoungh or does the angle have a purpose?

I am new to air powered framing nailers, but I need to build a chicken coop and am to old and lazy to swing a hammer!

And got the following answer:

the nails that can be used have to be made special for the unit you have.. they are usually glues together.. home depot has the different types.. take your unit to home depot or lowes and ask what type of nail you should use for that unit.. also find out how much air pressure is required you dont want ot blow out the chamber.. ok gilermo.

baja67 asked what is the advantage between clipped head nails and round head for air framing nailers?

buying framing nailer and want to find out which type to buy. What are advantages and disadvantages of clipped verses round head nails

And got the following answer:

Don has it right… The clipped head nails take up less space, and so, you can get more of em together… but a full round head nail, does hold material better.

You will also want to look at how do you want to buy your nails…. coil nails are typically sold by the case… stick nails you can buy by the box, if you want… So, it kinda goes by how often are you going to use the nail gun.

I have a coil gun myself, Stanly/Bostitch brand, and I’m very happy with it.

Most framing nailers require about 90psi, so, you need a good air compressor too…It’s ability to keep up with your nail gun will have a big impact on how well it works for you.

Good Luck