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STRAPSHOT™ Metal Connector Nailer
Use this Metal Connector Nailer STRAPSHOT™ with metal framing hardware. Application is quick and precise. It is lightweight and easy to maneuver. Depend on this Metal Connector Nailer strength and durability.
Collation Type: Wire Weld Dry Fire Lockout: true Fastener Length: 1 - 1/2 in Fastener Type / Gauge:: 35 degree Metal Connector Firing / Acutation Mode: Sequential with Contact Trigger Included Jam Clearance: Yes Magazine Angle: 35 Degree Magazine Capacity: 29 Magazine Loading: Bottom Load Operating Pressure: 80 - 120 psi Power Source: Pneumatic Tool Height: 10.5 in Tool Length: 11.5 in Tool Weight: 4.6 lbs
- Joist Hangers
- Hurricane Ties
- Rafter Ties/Connectors
- Post Bases and Caps
- Compact design fits between 12" O.C. joists
- Low nail lockout prevents dry fires
- Exclusive safety system prevents misfires
- Exposed nail tip design fires in the hole for fast precise nailing
- Drives 1-1/2" paper tape collated metal connector nails (.131" - .148" diameter)
- Exposed nail tip places fastener point directly into connector holes for a fast and precise application
- In-line magazine offers balance for maneuverability
- Lightweight design for minimal fatigue
- Compact design fits easily into hard to reach spaces - MCN150 only 10-1/2" tall
The STRAPSHOT™ Metal Connector Nailer is covered by our 1-7 Year Limited WarrantyWarranty Details
Frequently Asked Questions
Common O ring kits and trigger valve kits for Bostitch toolsPlease see attachment for common O ring kits (ORK) and trigger valve kits (TVA) for Bostitch tools.
How often should I oil my pneumatic tools? Can I add too much?For the professional that uses the tools every day, the tool should have oil added daily. Just a drop or two a day will assure that the oil keeps the internal components moist and well lubricated.
Too much oil can cause some feeding problems due to the pooling of excess oil in air ports and chambers. This will create worse problems in cold weather because the oil will naturally thicken a bit, slowing the reaction of the moving parts. If you suspect that too much oil is in the tool, prop the tool up with the air fitting pointing downward and allow excess oil to drain into an oil pan. This is usually enough to allow the tool to cycle smoothly again. Avoid oiling for a few days when this action has been taken. Keep in mind that too much oil is far better than not enough. Dry tools can cause many malfunctions and can cause component damage.
Why does the Metal Connector Nailer, MCN150, only hold one stick of nails?The MCN150 is designed to be small and maneuverable so that it can be used in tight areas where the metal connectors are required, such as between joists that are 16" and perhaps even 12" on center. If a larger nail capacity is desired, Bostitch offers a Long Magazine kit, Part #175488 which has a full two stick capacity.