Porter-Cable FCN200 Pneumatic Flooring Cleat Nailer

  • Durable pneumatic floor nailer with 100 cleat magazine
  • Compatible with L-shaped cleat nails from 1-1/2 to 2 inches
  • 70-100 PSI operating pressure
  • Measures 20-1/2 inches high and 17-1/2 inches long; It weighs 11-1/2 pounds
  • Includes mallet, oil, wrenches, and 1/4-inch air fitting with dust cover

Amazon. com Product DescriptionThe Porter-Cable FCN200 two-inch Flooring Cleat Nailer drives 1-1/2 to 2-inch nails clip quickly and efficiently. Durable and built to last, this nailer a 100-Clamp, Rear load gravity feed magazine with bypass pusher, and it is developing a balanced, stable design for reliable results in the traditional and hardwoods. The Porter-Cable FCN200 two-inch Flooring Cleat NailerAt a glance: Drives L-shaped tunnels of 1 5 inches. . . More>>

Porter-Cable FCN200 Pneumatic Flooring Cleat Nailer

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  1. W. Riggsbee says:

    I hope you are with your Porter-Cable nailer happy. I bought a floor RAMSOND RMM4 HARDWOOD NAILER STAPLER NAIL GUN-PNEUMATIC on eBay for $ 150 with free shipping. Take a look, it is the same tool for a fraction of the cost. It is with these accessories: Mallet, Goggles, Extra Base plate, carrying case, tools, oil-, O-ring kit. The Ramsond tool works fine. Not a nail or staple driven Miss (it uses both). He goes to the last nail without problems, and if it is empty, fires loudly, so you know that you made. Have your howework before buying a big name brand, are the lesser-known brands from the same manufactor as the big boys. I have a great tool and 2 / 3 of my money still in my pocket. Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Carl Terrell says:

    Have not used the gun yet, but it came in great shape new with all parts and manual. Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Lily N. Woo says:

    It is excellent tool and you never jamed like a professional floor installer. Rating: 5 / 5

  4. JPKchicago says:

    I have used this tool to install 1000 square feet of 2&1/4 red oak hardwood flooring and have found it to be an excellent tool. There is an issue as other posts have stated with the last nail. What I found usually would happen is that when then second to last nail is driven, when moving the nailer to the next spot on the floor for nailing, the last nail falls out of the nailer. This is usually not a problem and a good way to know that it is time to load more nails. There can be a problem if you slide the nailer along to move it to the next position in which case when you hit the nailer plunger, the nail may be driven awkwardly into the finished portion of the wood requiring you to rip out the piece of damaged wood. This happened to me twice during my install. I figured it was my fault for not monitoring the nail supply closely enough. I did experience one nail jamb with this same scenario and it was easily fixed with the supplied wrench. In my opinion, to have only 3 issues with over 7,000 nails driven, is an excellent score (99. 96% success rate). I highly recommend this tool.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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