2-in-1 Pneumatic Flooring Tool - Staples/Nails 1 1/2"-2"

This Bostitch pneumatic flooring tool drives 15 1/2 gauge staples and 16 gauge L-shape cleat nails into 1 1/2-inch to 2-inch long flooring to give you twice the performance. It uses mallet actuated pneumatic driving action with a sequential firing for optimized operation. The flooring tool has low air requirements and features tool-free jam clearing. The ergonomic design, long handle, comfortable grip and lightweight design ensures its easy to use and reduces fatigue. It includes non-marring interchangeable base plates for use with 1/2-inch to 3/4-inch flooring.

Gauge :15 1/2 GA and 16 GA
Type :2-in-1 pneumatic flooring tool
Style :2-in-1
Component :Metal
Color :Orange/grey
Magazine Angle :Angled
Height :8 1/4" (20.95 cm)
Width :3" (7.62 cm)
Length :10 1/8" (25.73 cm)
Air Flow :3.7 CFM required
Air Inlet :1/4"
Quantity per Box :1 unit
Magazine Capacity :100
Jam Clearing :Tool free
Depth Setting :Adjustable
Pressure :70-120 PSI
Fastener Type :Staples and cleat nails
Fastener Length :Staples and L-shape cleat nails from 1 1/2" to 2" (3.81 cm - 5.08 cm)
Included :Tool mallet, air fitting, on-marring, interchangeable base plates for 1/2" through 3/4" flooring
Packaging :Each
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2-in-1 Pneumatic Flooring Tool - Staples/Nails 1 1/2"-2" is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 64.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Time saver for an old guy I had to replace a few tongue & groove boards on my porch. In the past I have rented nailers with poor time consuming results. I found this Bostitch nailer which is identical to the Dewalt nailer with the same model #. I have only shot 50 or so nails through it but I can say it makes the job so much easier. I was nailing 5/4 tongue & groove Douglas Fir. I shot the nails with no plastic base plate installed so the nails would go through the top of the tongue. No problems just don't hit too hard. I have a lot of 3/4 Oak flooring to put down this winter. Hopefully the nailer continues to give great results. I have no reason to think it won't.
Date published: 2015-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought this to install 3/4" oak in my second floor and it worked great. I bought vs rent because for the price, you break even at about 1 week of rental. Super simple tool, just oiled daily and had no problems other than user error for the entire project. If I had to do a floor again, I'd buy this in a heartbeat. FYI, I used the Bostitch pancake compressor with the 3 tools. It supplied enough air overall, but had to run a lot when I really got going on a run. I also used the 2" L-shaped cleats which worked very well.
Date published: 2015-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great/Tool I purchased this tool to install 3/4 in maple hardwood floors. I used my military discount to buy this tool. Great Price. I like this tool b\c it uses either cleats or staples. I placed a 200 sq ft room and had NO problems with this tool. It worked well with no mis fires and placed 1500 cleats. I oiled it dailt b\f use. I also liked that the tool came with several face plates for differrent types of flooring thickness.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bostitch nailer works perfectly I am halfway through finishing the main floor of my home (about 1000 sqaure feet so far) and the nailer has worked perfectly. No jams, no misfires; nothing. It has worked perfectly. I am using the 2 inch nails; not the staples and am having great luck so far. Buy this product with confidence.
Date published: 2016-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Be careful with engineered woods I bought this nailer after much research to install a 1/2" engineered bamboo floor. At first I started with 2" staples as that is what the floor manufacturer recommended, but quickly discovered that staples would not work as none would seat correctly. It was consistent that one side of the staple would either curl, or crumple. I tried adjusting the air regulation but to no avail. I'm not sure if this problem was due to the nailer or because of the density of the engineered bamboo. I switched over to L Cleats and had almost 100% success rate in seating for 800 square feet of flooring and about 2000 cleats. I put in a few drops of the supplied oil after every 8 hours of usage and have not had any issues. You will not be able to use this nailer on the beginning strip against a wall or the last two strips against a wall. So, either be ready to mess with some glue, or look at buying a finishing nailer to take care of those areas. Good luck!
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Time saver The pneumatic nailer has been a great time saver. After nailing the first few rows of hardwood using an air gun nailer, switching to this stapler nailer has made the process much easier. I have to advise hitting the plunger with consistent force to ensure the staples are completely recessed above the tongue of the board. Otherwise it's difficult to remove the 2" staple without damaging the hardwood. Also too much pressure can cause splitting. Overall, we've really enjoyed using it.
Date published: 2015-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool I purchased this nailer to install solid hickory flooring. Although I had read reports of splintered tongues, I had no trouble using the 2 inch cleats. I experienced one minor jam in thousands of cycles. The issue was easy to resolve and might have been caused by a defective cleat. Generally, this tool provides a very consistent fastener application and does a great job pulling in warps. It is easy to load and no special skill is required o operate it. This is a well made and very robust tool that should hold up over many years.
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Impossible to clear jammed staples. I bought this nailer couple days ago and I started using right after. With little poking around I got it to work ok until I git the nail in my subfloor as it is invisible to me. Nailer jamed. I was using staples and one of the staples broke and stucked inside the nailer. I removed the three screws and I saw the broken staple stucked in the tonge. I looked around there is no easy way to clear this unless I completely take the nailer apart. Very poor design. I lost half a day work time beacause of this gun. It is going back to lowes to be send to manufacturer let them clear the jam. Shoes deliver to be used different kind of wood is not accurete hight. I had to use 1/2 " shoe for 5/8" hardwood floor. I am going to try different nailer tomorrow.
Date published: 2017-11-15
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