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MCN150 StrapShot Metal-Connector Nailer

Bostitch - MCN150 StrapShot Metal-Connector Nailer

Bostitch's StrapShot is a compact nail gun designed specifically for nailing metal connectors

$230.00 (As of 6/1/2007)

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9/25/2008

I like this gun but I had some problems with it not shooting. It is built well and is very light and small which helps get in tight areas. All in all it is a good nailer.
9/2/2008

Simply amazing. Fits into small spaces. This tool paid for itself on the first job I had it on. Keep the clips of nails dry. I forgot a box of nails of the job and it rained overnight. Once they're soaked the alingment gets thrown out and the nailer jams a little. You're better to use those nails for hand nailing the few spaces this nailer doesn't fit.
8/12/2008

JUST PURCHASED THIS NAILER. IT IS WORTH EVERY PENNY. I'M A BIG PASLODE FAN AND USE THEIR POSITIVE PLACEMENT NAILER IN THE PAST BUT THIS ONE IS SO MUCH MORE VERSITLE. IT'S SMALLER, LIGHTER AND SAFER BECAUSE IT USES THE NAIL AS THE SALFETY. ITS A HANDS DOWN NO BRAINER FOR $230.00. DEREK WEISS HOME DIMENSIONS CUSTOM CARPENTRY