Senco 2K0103N FramePro 702XP FRH, Sequential Nailer
List Price: $307.71
Our Price: $296.99
(4.0 stars, based on 11 reviews)
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- Sales Rank: #347199 in Home Improvement
- Brand: Senco
- Model: 2K0103N
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 6.00" h x 15.00" w x 21.00" l, 24.00 pounds
- Drives 2- to 3-1/2-Inch smooth shank nails and 2- to 3-Inch ring shank nails; shank diameters include 0.113, 0.120, 0.131, and 0.148.
- Upgraded XtremePro internal features include anodized sleeve for additional strength and durability, urethane sleeve cap protects sleeve from wear, and fixed firing valve to improve tool life and speed
- 20-Degree in-line magazine provides excellent maneuverability and line of sight
- On-tool stowable rafter hanger
- Thumbwheel depth-of-drive control and EZ-Clear
Designed with the professional in mind, the 702XP is packing 904 inch/pounds of power in a maneuverable, comfortable nailer. The anodized sleeve offers additional strength and durability and the urethane sleeve cap protects the sleeve from wear. The magazine load is smooth; the comfort grip feels great in hand. Just a twist adjusts the exhaust a full 360 degrees. The 20-degree magazine offers unobstructed line-of-sight; drive depth adjusts with a well-placed thumbwheel. As with most quality nailers, you can choose between dual action or restrictive trigger firing mechanisms. A great combination for the exacting professional, perfect for framing, decking, sheathing, siding, subfloors and trusses.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste
From the Manufacturer
The FramePro 702XP Full Round Head nailer is designed with the Pro in mind. XtremePro models have improved internal and external features for improved durability and comfort, and more than enough power to drive the wide range of full round head nails and common nails.
Most helpful customer reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
By C. Thompson
This nailer is heavy duty and gets the job done. The most notable feature may be the aggressive styling and rugged appearance. It accepts "cheap" nails and I've not had it misfire more often than you'd expect from a nail gun. I picked this nailer up for $167.xx last year so it was a no-brainer for me. I have owned other Senco nailers and never really liked them, preferring at the time Hitachi or Duo-fast, however this gun is much better and I'm happy with it. It's not a lightweight light-duty tool, but it IS a well designed, feature-rich, professional-grade nailer.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
By Ray Little
All that I expected. Have owned product prior. Great buy!
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
This is a great nail gun
By Kevin V Hershey
This is a great nail gun, especially for the price I paid. I spent 20 years in the construction trades and used many different brand framing nailers over that time. This is the one I am keeping for my home remodeling projects. It is heavy duty enough for daily use on the job site so I expect it to out last me as my home project nail gun. It is easy to set the nail sink depth, doesn't seem to jam and shoots full head nails. What's not to like?