Bostitch MCN150 1-1/2" 35 Deg. STRAPSHOT Metal Connector Nailer
- Specifically designed to be lightweight and compact, easily fits between 12" spaced joists
- Nail lockout prevents dry-fries and possible damage
- Fastener tip is exposed for precise nail setting and firing into strap
- Built-in safety prevents a misfire if fastener isn't properly aligned in hole
- Fires 35° 1-1/2" paper tape collated metal connector nails from .131" to .148" in diameter
The Bostitch MCN150 Strapshot Metal Connector Nailer takes the hassle out of fastening all types of framing connectors. It features a positive placement exposed tip that allows you fire fasteners quick and accurately every time. The compact design allows you to easily work between rafters and joist while also keeping the tool lightweight enough to use all day long with less fatigue. A low nail lockout system prevents potentially damaging dry fires, and an integrated fastener feeding system prevents misfires and assures smooth operation. The Bostitch MCN150 Strapshot Metal Connector Nailer is designed to fire 1-1/2" paper collated connector nails from .131" to .148" in diameter.
The MCN150 includes:
- 1x Bostitch STRAPSHOT Metal Connector
- 1x Carrying Case
- Height: 10.5", 266.7mm
- Weight: 4.6 lbs, 2.09 kilos
- Driving Power: 450 Inch Lbs.
- Magazine Capacity: 29 Nails
- Collation Angle: 35°
- Fastener Range: 1-1/2 in. 35° Paper Tape Collated Metal Connector Nails (.131" - .148")
- Operating Pressure: 80-120 PSI
- Thread Fitting Type: 1/4" NPT
- Applications: Strapping, Joist Hangers, Hurricane Ties, Rafter Ties/Connectors, Post Bases and Caps, and Anchors
UPC - 077914044284
Overall Rating for Bostitch MCN150 1-1/2" 35 Deg. STRAPSHOT Metal Connector Nailer
By Jamie from Lansdowne, Ontario Canada on November 10, 2012
Pros:Exposed nail point, quality construction, light weight, small size for confined areas, powerful.
Cons:Plastic closures on hard case, probably gonna break.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Great tool, bad case design
By J from Connecticut on May 30, 2012
Pros:ease of firing
ease of nail loading
compact and lightweight
Cons:cheap case latches
lockout when you still have 5 nails left
rafter hook needs some more design work