Model R350RHE

Features

  • FULLStrike Drive System Provides Maximum Air Power in a Compact Size FastenEdge Technology Provides an Industry-Leading Feature Set
  • Powerful Motor - able to drive 3-1/2" by .162" framing nails (16D Common) into the hardest engineered lumbers
  • Dry-Fire Lockout Feature - extends motor life and prevents misfires
  • Jam-Clearing Mechanism - for easy access to clear jams
  • Hex Grip™ - innovative micro texture for secure grip and maximum user comfort
  • Rear Loading Magazine with By-Pass Pusher - for quick 2-step reloading
  • No-Mar-Pad - keeps work surface clean of tool marks (shown in storage position)
  • Automatic Magazine Adjustment - for Nails up to .162" diameter/accepts widest range of nails

Specifications

Weight 7.0 lbs.
Fastener Type Full Round Head
Nail diameter range .113"–.162"
Nail length range 2"–3.5"
Magazine capacity 60–70 nails
Collation Type 20–22° plastic
Height x Length 13.75" x 19"

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Includes

R350RHE Round Head Framing Nailer, Heavy Duty Contractor Bag, Oil, Wrench, Eye Protection and Operator's Manual
Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Solid gun, a real workhorse I have used this nailer for 3 years and it has not missed a beat, it is a robust work beast. I treat it rough; it has been used in the rain and left in the mud, it has been dropped from ladders and left in the back of my truck to tumble around. It works just like it did on the first day. I like it so much I bought a second one for a big job we had. I will recommend it to anyone who asks. April 11, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by greate features, poor quality The pusher is made out of plastic and broke up in less than ten uses. Then when I took the framing nailer for repairs no one in the city of Colorado Springs, Co. can repair it because the shop can't get parts. And trying to navigate the Rigid web site is a night mare. If you can find the parts, is impossible to check out. And if you can place an order you do not get a confirmation number, not even a thank you. March 18, 2014
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