Have you been looking for a nailer that stands up to the job and makes work easier? Listen to what people are saying about the FASCO F91A Jumbo Nailer. They share how it makes a difference on the work site and makes work more efficient.
“You’re Not Pulling It Out by Hand”
In this video, Kyle - owner of Rural Renovators - demonstrates just how powerful and easy the F91A Jumbo Nailer really is. With the F91A, nails go in, but they don’t come out. As Kyle tries to pull the nail out, he ends up ripping a hole through the board.
Granted, part of this is due to the holding power of a 20d nail. In this demonstration, however, Kyle drives a 20d nail into the wood manually and then uses the F91A to drive the same type of nail. As you can see, he has no problem pulling the manually driven nail out. Yet, he has some difficulty when it comes to pulling out the 20d that was driven in by the jumbo nailer. Ouch!
According to Kyle, “If you miss, or you don’t put a nail where you want it, get out your saw, because you’re not pulling it out by hand.”
What’s also interesting is the difference between the BECK ring shank 20d nails and the other nail he tries to drive. The nail comes out easily. The FASCO 20d does not. The bottom line: When you combine the FASCO jumbo nailer with a BECK fastener, you’re going to get a solid hold every time.
“We Use This Gun Every Time We Frame Up a Building”
In this video, Kyle goes further into why his company prefers the FASCO F91A Jumbo Nailer. He outlines several reasons:
- Shoots from a 4-inch to a 6 ¼ inch nail
- Balanced recoil
- Ability to shoot in a long ring shank nail; impossible for most guns
- Simple, straightforward design
- Rugged and long-lasting with zero maintenance requirements
- Needs only 120 psi maximum
- Cartridge holds 50 nails
Using the FASCO Jumbo Nailer, Kyle and his team can get more work done in less time with a single worker than two workers driving nails manually. Furthermore, the nailer paid for itself by the end of the second job.
The FASCO Jumbo Nailer is perfect for residential projects that call for working with headers or large timbers, requiring workers to use four to six-inch nails into triple-plies. True, not every job will call for a nailer, but you will quickly notice how valuable it is on-site. The sheer efficiency by which you can work will automatically put more money in your pocket after only a few uses.
Download more information about the F91A Jumbo Nailer to see how this can fit into your toolbox and make you more efficient.