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Makita | MAK/AF505N | Pneumatic Air Nailer
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Makita | MAK/AF505N | Pneumatic Air Nailer


The Makita pneumatic brad nailer no-mar tips allow you to work on delicate surfaces. You can adjust the drive depths without using tools to quickly switch between projects. Its narrow nose fits into cramped spaces. This nailer’s tool hook rotates 180 degrees to keep it out of the way. The soft, rubberized grip is comfortable to hold. You can set the exhaust port to any angle, directing air away from you. This Makita 2-inch x 18-gauge brad nailer cam-lock opens the nail guide assembly for faster jam clearing and less downtime, and a dual-reload window helps you to avoid dry fires. The high-capacity magazine holds 100 brads.

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About this item – MAK/AF505N

  • Compact contact top and nose adapter.
  • Quick-release cam-lock opens nail guide assembly to easily clear jammed nails; efficient design minimizes downtime.
  • Easy to use “tool-less” depth adjustment dial for a wide variety of finish applications
    The dual nail reloads indicator window alerts the user when to reload nails to avoid blank drives.
  • Multi-directional exhaust port rotates 360° to direct exhaust air away from the user.

Item Includes with MAK/AF505N

Oil Supply, Safety Goggles, Nose Adapter, Hook.

Technical Specification of MAK/AF505N

Capacity Nail size : 15 – 50mm
Gauge 18 Ga
Capacity 100pcs
Operating air pressure 0.39 – 0.78 MPa (60 – 115 PSI)
Dimensions (L x W x H) 60x64x237mm
Net weight 1.4kg

More Details: A nail gunnailgun or nailer is a type of tool used to drive nails into wood or some other kind of material. It is usually driven by compressed air (pneumatic), electromagnetism, highly flammable gases such as butane or propane, or, for powder-actuated tools, a small explosive charge. Nail guns have in many ways replaced hammers as tools of choice among builders. Nail guns use fasteners mounted in long clips (similar to a stick of staples) or collated in a paper or plastic carrier, depending on the design of the nailgun.

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