Metabo HPT NR65AK2SM 2-1/2" Strap-Tite Fastening System Pneumatic Strip Nailer with Short Magazine

Metabo HPT
from $415.45
<p>Take on nailing tasks with this Strap-Tite 2-1/2" Strap-Tite Fastening System Strip Nailer with Short Magazine (NR65AK2S) from Metabo HPT. Lightweight and well-balanced at just 5.7 lbs., it's easy to maneuver and has a short magazine for nailing in the tightest spaces.</p>

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<p>The NR65AK2(S) Strap-Tite strip nailer accepts 1-1/2 In. and 2-1/2 In. fasteners while offering superior precision and control for all of your metal connecting needs. Lightweight and well balanced at just 5.7 lbs., the NR65AK2(S) has both an adjustable air deflector and dry fire lockout for convenience. The positive safety and sequential drive mechanism ensure precise nail placement.</p>


Manf Part Number NR65AK2SM
UPC 663096961367
Condition New
Weight 5.700000
  • Adjustable air deflector directs the air exhaust in any direction
  • Lightweight and well balanced at just 5.7 lbs., for excellent maneuverability
  • Positive safety allows the tool to use the nail as a guide without damaging the collation
  • Sequential drive mechanism ensures precision nail placement
  • Air Inlet Size (in): 0.375
  • ANSI Safety Listing: Yes
  • Case Included: No
  • Collation: Paper
  • Color / Finish: Silver
  • Depth Control: Fixed
  • Fastener Format: Strip
  • Fastener Gauge Range: .131 - .162
  • Fastener Length Range: 1-1/2 In. - 2-1/2 In.
  • Fastener Type: Framing
  • Fasteners Used: Hitachi Framing Nails
  • Height (in): 13.1875
  • Housing Material: Aluminum
  • Length (in): 11.1875
  • Magazine Capacity: 22
  • MFG Model # (Series): NR65AK2S
  • Nailer / Stapler Design: Nailer
  • Nailer / Stapler Power: Pneumatic
  • Net Tool Weight (lbs): 5.7
  • Operating Pressure: 80-120
  • Pneumatic Nailer Type: Framing
  • Powered Tool Power Source: Pneumatic
Skid Count 28
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