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Old 12-02-2011, 07:19 PM   #1
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I just purchased a Senco SNF0 for $40. I bought it under the assumption that it was a framing nail gun... But it uses 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 nails... I can't seem to find any info on the model number either. Can someone please help me find more info about my purchase?

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I just purchased a Senco SNF0 for $40. I bought it under the assumption that it was a framing nail gun... But it uses 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 nails... I can't seem to find any info on the model number either. Can someone please help me find more info about my purchase?

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Old 12-02-2011, 07:42 PM   #3
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The lengths could refer to 8d and 16d framing nails or finish nails. You can't tell by looking at it?
Actually,16's are 3 1/4". The "F" in the model # probably means finish.
Go to Lowes and see what nails fit in it.

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What's a SNFO???????

It sure isn't any Senco product I've ever heard of.
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It's a senco finish nailer, it takes up to a 2 1/2 angled finish nail and is 15 gauge.
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Senco finish nailer, takes up to 2 1/2 15 gauge angled finish nails, good gun, Ive had 2.
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Good buy for $40?
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Would the 15 ga nail be enough holding power to build a bed frame?
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sfn40?---If that's the gun---keep it or sell it to a finish guy---That is a legendary gun---

Easily the best finish gun ever to come from Ohio.

When Senco moved to China, some years back, I searched the stores for one last Ohio gun --and I now have two---

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Would the 15 ga nail be enough holding power to build a bed frame?
I would NOT build a bed frame with nails. Glue, screws, bolts, biscuits, and dowles. Not nails.
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But will be sufficient for trim and moldings...?
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But will be sufficient for trim and moldings...?
Outstanding for that.....just don't use it for struct
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Through further research... I think it may be the SFN2B
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Sorry--not familiar with that one---the sfn40s were a life time purchase---so I never have looked at another (until I decided a back up gun would be nice--and got the second sfn40)
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Merged threads, please don't make duplicate threads, thank you.

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