BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online

BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online

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BOSTITCH F21PL

This 21-degree Plastic Collated Framing Nailer is designed to drive nails into engineered lumber. It is lightweight for easy management and you can control the depth of the nail with a push button.

Features:

  • Two nailers in one: includes two quick change nosepieces to convert tool to either framing or metal connector applications
  • Patented push button adjustable depth guide sets nails to desired depths
  • Lightweight magnesium design for durability
  • Adjustable rafter hook allows users to hang tool on rafters and joists

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  • ASIN: B000A79HWA
  • Customer Reviews: 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,080Reviews
  • Best Sellers Rank:
    #24,862 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
    #3 in Collated Framing Nails
    #10 in Power Framing Nailers
  • Domestic Shipping : Item can be shipped within U.S. International Shipping : This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • Date First Available: November 9, 2004
Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here. [PDF ]
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Q: What is the difference between a round head and a clipped head nailer,

A: The round head is the traditional type nail you would find in a box or bin of nails. The c…

D. BECK | 8 years ago

Q: Is it difficult to find nails for this hammer?

A: Metal connector nails need to be larger around to fit properly in the holes and have the s…

gZaller | 6 years ago

Q: Is it true that the hammer is only "positive placement" for nails up to 2.5" long.

A: Yes, pp tip for nails up to 2.5" in length. Framing tip for up to 3.5"

meyerslmt | 5 years ago

Q: How is it powered? Is it pneumatic or battery operated and/or use compressed gas cylinders

A: It is pneumatic. I''ve been using a 6 gal Campbell Hausfeld compressor with 1/4" quick dis…

M.Pevoteaux | 8 years ago

Customer reviews

4.7 out of 54.7 out of 5
1,080 global ratings

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carel
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Can''t find the correct nails ???!!!
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2018
Style: Nailer
I gave it 2 stars because it drives nails great with the standard contact arm but ..... The thing that it does not say is that the metal connector attachment uses 23 degree nails - NOT 21 degree nails. You can find 23 degree paper and wire collated nails but not... See more
I gave it 2 stars because it drives nails great with the standard contact arm but .....
The thing that it does not say is that the metal connector attachment uses 23 degree nails - NOT 21 degree nails.
You can find 23 degree paper and wire collated nails but not plastic collated and the paper or wire do not work.
You can find 21 degree plastic collated but the shortest is 2 3/8, which is too long for hangers.
Called Stanley/Bostitch several times, both the 800 number and the service centers, and got no assistance.
The thing is - The manual tells you to use 23 degree metal hanger nails and Bostitch does not now, nor have they ever, made 23 degree metal hanger nails !!!!
How in the world do you make and sell a gun that your end use customers can not get nails for?!!
I''m thinking it is a way to get out from under their 7 year warranty - "sorry, you used the wrong nail"
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J. Loftus
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Solid performance
Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2018
Style: Nailer
I''m an amateur-level remodeler so I''m definitely not as hard on my tools as a pro would be. I have a pancake compressor dialed in to deliver 120 PSI, and I oil the tool every day that I use it. I''ve gone through probably 6,000 nails with this beast without any issues that... See more
I''m an amateur-level remodeler so I''m definitely not as hard on my tools as a pro would be. I have a pancake compressor dialed in to deliver 120 PSI, and I oil the tool every day that I use it. I''ve gone through probably 6,000 nails with this beast without any issues that weren''t self-inflicted. I''ve never even had a single jam. If there''s a complaint about the tool it''s the plastic rafter hook, which feels like it would snap of pretty easily. The metal-connector-attachment is awesome for installing joist hangers. Changing tips and nails is fast and easy, with no issues using partially consumed nail-strips. I''m using DeWalt nails.

For the other amateurs out there... I''ve only used finish nailers prior to purchasing this so I have nothing to compare it to, but it''s amazing how heavy 8lbs can feel when you''re awkwardly twisted around studs and rafters with your arm extended out to the side. It''s surprisingly usable in tight spaces, but there are obvious limits to where it can be used so I ended up complimenting it with a palm-nailer. This should go without saying, but if you don''t already have safety glasses, buy some; I''ve had fragments from the plastic nailing strips smack me in the face more times than I can count.
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Matt W
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hard decision between this and the Hitachi NR90AE, but this is the better, more durable, more versatile, more capable gun
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2015
Style: Nailer
Bought this to replace the epic fail Hitachi NR90GR2 gas powered framing nailer that I could not, no matter what, get to consistently fire nails. I also owned the 15 gauge and 18 gauge Hitachi gas nailers that had the same problems of not always firing. All used different... See more
Bought this to replace the epic fail Hitachi NR90GR2 gas powered framing nailer that I could not, no matter what, get to consistently fire nails. I also owned the 15 gauge and 18 gauge Hitachi gas nailers that had the same problems of not always firing. All used different gas, nails, and temperatures. Stay clear of those guns if you''re serious about getting things done. Upon throwing the Hitachi across the yard, I went to the big box store and grabbed a Rigid nailer. Great. Huge relief over the Hitachi. Used it for 1.5 days of framing and siding install before it jammed one too many times then shot a nail through the clip and finished that gun off for good. Then I went down to the other big box store and bought a Hitachi (I own A LOT of Hitachi, and despite the gas powered nailers debacle really like their tools and customer service) NR90AE. This gun is nice. Better feel and punch than Rigid without a doubt. Used it with no issues for a full day of the same framing and siding work. 2" to 3 1/4" nails and in between. I couldn''t resist this Bostitch though. It was nagging me in the back of the head all day while using the Hitachi. More punch and metal hangers I kept hearing in my head. So I ordered it. I''ve got 1.5 days of heavy mixed use, same as the Rigid and Hitachi NR90AE. I have not had a chance to use it for metal hangers, but tomorrow will be hanging rafters with ties and plan to report back.

**UPDATE** I got to use the gun for metal hangers. Not many nails, only about 210. The thing didn''t miss a hole once. Very precise. That''s about where the fun ended. On my very last hanger the gun misfired and lodged a nail under the piston head, splitting the nose housing. Not the tip that is removable, the actual housing. Amazon got me a replacement as soon as possible. I have not had the need for metal hangers since. I will continue to use this gun as my primary as I really like the pros listed below.

Another thing I noticed since this review is that, while alternating between the Hitachi and Bostitch, the bit of un-balance I think comes from the larger air filter assembly on the Bostitch. This is where some of the extra weight is also. On the Hitachi all the weight is in the head of the nailer, and little to none in the lower handle area. This allows the nailer to roll from side to side almost effortlessly vs. the Bostitch. With the added weight of the filter assembly on the Bostitch you''re working to rotate that handle as you climb through rafters and twist and turn the gun. Hope that makes sense. It''s not much, but is noticeable if used side by side.

One more thing. I talked to the local Bostitch service center. They''re now making ALL of DeWalts nails guns. If you''re familiar with the Bostitch line of nailers go see for yourself at the local big box. A lot of the same Bostitch features/technology on the DeWalts. Also if you notice the big box orange dealer is clearancing out their Bostitch and now has the full line of DeWalt nailers. I got the 18 Guage smart point, and 18 Gauge stapler for ~ 70.00 each off the clearance rack.

Bostitch (vs. Hitachi) Pros-
-Nice adjustable depth feature. At first I didn''t like it, and if you''re not smart about it or get in a bad habit you could easily set yourself up to put a nail through your hand adjusting the depth. Once you realize that and get a method it''s a dream come true. And it''s dead accurate every time, where as the Hitachi is a twist style and wasn''t that consistent.
-Powerful. You can feel this thing has the power. I did some nailing where the Hitachi left the nail just a bit proud, and this nailer sunk them. Same compressor and PSI setting (a Makita MAC5200- Very capable compressor!). At the same time, this nailer does cycle the compressor more so this might bug some people.
-Ability to sink joist holder nails. It took very little effort to find a box of 1000 1.5" metal hanger nails made by Bostitch here on Amazon. I''ll report back on how it does after I''m done with my roof ties.
-Ability to shoot true 16 common nails
-The way you load the magazine with nails is nice. Different than most other guns, and certainly the Hitachi NR90AE. Again, personal preference but I really like it.
- 16" O.C. marks that are on the magazine. No gimmick. They were really handy when putting up the siding on my walls.
- Service center nearby. Within 10 miles of my residence. Hitachi just paid to have Fed Ex pick up all my gas nailers from my front door, but they''re gone for so much time due to shipping times. Any Hitachi service center nearby is contracted out and not genuine like the Bostitch service center near me. Huge plus in my opinion, and one that will certainly vary for every person.

Cons (vs. Hitachi)
-A bit bulkier, and heavier. Not quite as good of feel or balance when wanting to zip along.
-You have to take the actual trigger switch out and put in a different one to get a bump fire operation. Huge downer, in my opinion.
-Compressor cycles a bit more using this gun. Might be an issue for some people and their compressors, especially if you never need the extra punch, and don''t care for the metal hanger feature.
- I''ve read some have had problems getting service.

Overall I''m favoring this gun right now. It would have to seriously be a PITA when doing metal hangers for me to change my mind.

IF I was wanting to spend a bit more money I''d have researched the higher end Hitachi guns, as the NR90AE is considered a bit of a ''lightweight'' by the pros where the Bostitch if liked is considered the real deal.

UPDATE - 2nd nailer just did the same thing as the first. To add to that big fat negative issue - Whoever thought of having to switch out the entire trigger assembly to switch from sequential to rapid fire was out of their mind. Those two little tiny screws/nuts and spring on a job site? I would love to know why this design decision was made.

So recap - the gun self destructs on hanger mode, and to switch from sequential to rapid fire takes 10 min., a small screwdriver and if you''re lucky you won''t lose the tiny nut that in reality should be permanently mounted to the gun. Actually in reality the gun should have a little switch to change from sequential to rapid fire- like every other nailer on the market. Get a dedicated metal hanger gun, and a dedicated framing nailer.
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Yet another customer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Very satisfied, works well
Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2017
Style: Nailer
Update: no problems after about 8 months of ownership and periodic use. Over 1000 nails driven so far, probably more like 2k. It works. Original: So far, so good - I''ve only had it for 2 weeks but have driven hundreds of nails with it, of two sizes (2" and... See more
Update: no problems after about 8 months of ownership and periodic use. Over 1000 nails driven so far, probably more like 2k. It works.

Original: So far, so good - I''ve only had it for 2 weeks but have driven hundreds of nails with it, of two sizes (2" and 3.25"). In initial use I''ve had no problems and am very happy with its performance.

The adjustment for nail depth could be easier and more refined, but it''s workable. I''ve had best luck using 70-85 psi for the 2" nails and 90-100 psi for the 3.25" nails.

I plan to update this review after I''ve used it for a couple thousand nails.

7/24 update: Well over 1000 nails driven (mostly 2" and 3.25" with some 3.0") with this tool and it''s working well. With more use, I really wish it had a firing lockout when the magazine is empty. When nailing down 4x8 sheets of plywood or OSB, it''s hard to pay close enough attention to notice when you''re almost out of nails, and dry fires will leave 1/4" deep dents in your wood. This is not a huge issue for a framing nailer, but the tool would be improved with a dry firing lockout.
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Darkstar7
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The unit works fine, that''s not an issue but the photo should ...
Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2017
Style: Nailer
What''s pictured here is not what I received - the unit I got is still an F21PL but it''s some other version, don''t know for sure which one it is. The unit works fine, that''s not an issue but the photo should be representative of what you''re buying. I know some items... See more
What''s pictured here is not what I received - the unit I got is still an F21PL but it''s some other version, don''t know for sure which one it is. The unit works fine, that''s not an issue but the photo should be representative of what you''re buying. I know some items specifically state that the photo may not be representative of the actual article, but I don''t recall seeing that anywhere in the description for this. Nonetheless, the unit did come with the alternate trigger assembly and the metal connector nose piece and includes the integral joist hanger on the tool itself.
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nipop
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Learning Curve
Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018
Style: Nailer
I had high hopes for this gun. As it turns out it works great as a framer and is a fair price even if that were it''s only purpose. However, the metal connector nosepiece is finicky. It has jammed on me a number of times and totally fell apart while in use once. I... See more
I had high hopes for this gun. As it turns out it works great as a framer and is a fair price even if that were it''s only purpose. However, the metal connector nosepiece is finicky. It has jammed on me a number of times and totally fell apart while in use once. I figured it out and there was a loose pin holding it all together and should have been a stop-washer or some type of mechanism holding the pin in place. When the pin fell out, the nosepiece went every which way with a small spring flying into the sand and blah blah blah. I was able to put humpty back together again and made a makeshift stop.

I later went to my local supply house and looked at their F21PL. Their nosepiece had a rubber stopper on the pin. I don''t know why mine didn''t.

So just beware of this if you buy the gun and make sure you start with a low-end pressure when using the connecter nosepiece. I''ve found that it jams more frequently at the higher pressure range.
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Michael Hennessy
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Nice placement, but jams too much
Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2019
Style: Nailer
I''m a contractor and I needed a new positive placement gun for a large deck I was working on. I like my Bostitch framers, so I thought I''d give this one a try. It works well and packs a punch to sink nails efficiently. I used it to fasten joist hangers and hurricane ties... See more
I''m a contractor and I needed a new positive placement gun for a large deck I was working on. I like my Bostitch framers, so I thought I''d give this one a try. It works well and packs a punch to sink nails efficiently. I used it to fasten joist hangers and hurricane ties and it was fast and efficient for that task. However, it jammed several times on that job. I didn''t notice the first time and it kept firing anyway, driving a second nail into the nail jammed in the nose, cracking the nose housing. It still works OK with the cracked nose, but it was a royal PIA to clear that, and several subsequent, jams. Also, the nose piece does not release like on other guns so you can easily clear any jams. If this gun had a nose piece that opened, I''d give it 5 stars, but without that feature, it''s just not there. That said, if you''re not working on a production job where speed counts, and you''re careful to watch for jams, it''s OK. Note that I''ve only had problems with shooting the 1-1/2" heavy galvanized fasteners. No problems with 3" galvanized framing nails.
UPDATE: I''ve been using this for about a year now, with pretty good (not great) results. I''ve discovered that the problem with this gun is that the Bostitch nails for this gun don''t fit real well in the magazine, so the nail sticks don''t always advance. I''ve gotten in the habit of pressing on the loading lever as I use the gun to be sure the nails advance. If I do that, it works great. But still, you''d think Bostitch would make nails that actually fit their own gun, right?
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Caleb
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
positive placement feature works great!
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2015
Style: Nailer
i just got done building a house with this gun. I looked at many different guns before settling on this one but what clinched the deal for me was the positive placement feature. the pros- very well built, positive placement feature works great for nailing joist... See more
i just got done building a house with this gun. I looked at many different guns before settling on this one but what clinched the deal for me was the positive placement feature.

the pros- very well built, positive placement feature works great for nailing joist hangers, framing tip is aggressive enough for easy toe nailing.

the cons-the noise level, the weight, the tip adjustment feature. The tip/depth adjustment is why I did not give it 5 stars. Because of the way it was design i think it was destined to give me problems. It didnt break but the tip kept moving on me and would send nails way to deep if you werent paying attention.

overall this is a great gun and would buy it again because it can be used as a framing gun and positive placement gun.
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Tim Clow
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This is a good nailer and price was right.
Reviewed in Canada on August 19, 2021
I bought this nailer because it handled more sizes. When I went into the hardware store they looked at me like I was nuts. BOSTITCH didn''t make a 21° nailer! Well they do and so did a bunch of others. This nailer is a good one. Make sure you oil it right out of the box. It...See more
I bought this nailer because it handled more sizes. When I went into the hardware store they looked at me like I was nuts. BOSTITCH didn''t make a 21° nailer! Well they do and so did a bunch of others. This nailer is a good one. Make sure you oil it right out of the box. It comes with the sequential grey trigger installed so we immediately changed it for the contact trigger. Took 3 minutes. Longer to read the directions...lol So if you are buying on Amazon, order the nails at the save time. I went to five different places all right carry 21° nails! Gets there are at Lear 4-5 other top brands that make them. So maybe a new thing. Check and see if your close by supplier handles the nails. Amazon has next day delivery on a bunch of these nails so wasn''t an issue for me. Just so you are aware. This is a good sturdy nailer. Do be aware that if you are nailing between 16" on center studs it is a tight fit. Other wise seems to be a good solid nailer so far.
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Matthew
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Misleading, no wear gaurds. No guide bar
Reviewed in Canada on February 16, 2021
Amazons description is misleading, it does not come with the wear guards for the side, even tho it says it does, and two of the three pics show them installed. and a very important piece, the guide bar for smaller nails, is not included tho it should be. Most nails are not...See more
Amazons description is misleading, it does not come with the wear guards for the side, even tho it says it does, and two of the three pics show them installed. and a very important piece, the guide bar for smaller nails, is not included tho it should be. Most nails are not very thick and if you want to prevent jams in the magazine, youll need it for those smaller nails.
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Earmotion
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works well
Reviewed in Canada on January 1, 2013
The nails are a little harder to find than some of the other angles but full round heads (instead of clipped heads)are worth the trouble. The only problem I have had is when using smaller diameter nails; do not attempt to put more than one stick of nails in at a time or you...See more
The nails are a little harder to find than some of the other angles but full round heads (instead of clipped heads)are worth the trouble. The only problem I have had is when using smaller diameter nails; do not attempt to put more than one stick of nails in at a time or you will have some jams (even with the rod inserted that is supposed to prevent this). Otherwise it works flawlessly.
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B light
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Returned
Reviewed in Canada on July 18, 2021
Returned as difficulty finding the nails for it.
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sergii
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Thank you!!!!!!!!
Reviewed in Canada on September 19, 2018
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BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online

BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online

BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online

BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online

BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online

BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online

BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online

BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online

BOSTITCH Framing Nailer, Round Head, 1-1/2-Inch to 3-1/2-Inch, Pneumatic lowest sale (F21PL) online