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Hitachi NT1865DMA

Hitachi NT1865DMA

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    Finally a cordless nailer with punch

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    In 10 years of being a Carpenter I've owned the senco fusion, milwaukee 16g fixer, dewalt 16g and now I have my hands on the hikoki 15g.
    First impression was the weight of the tool was on the heavier side, although the gun has less kick back than competitors so it's only really an issue with over head work. Having said that, the major benefit this gun brings is its punch. This gun is the punching champ of the gasless/cordless fixers, which from my experience has been the major compromise when coming from gas/air.

    Purchased in January 2019 at Sydney Tools for $1,300.00.

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    Builtforliving
    BuiltforlivingSydney, NSW
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    Purchased in May 2017.

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    Questions & Answers

    Rodney Guy B.
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    What degree nails are used in the framer

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    Rodney Guy B.
    Rodney Guy B.asked

    What degrees nails are used in the framer

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    Builtforliving
    Builtforliving

    This fixing gun uses 15 gauge nails so its not a 'framer'. Think you will find its nails require a 34 degree angle (like many other 15g nailers in Oz). The Bostich 15g nailer I understand requires 25 degree nails.

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