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BOSTITCH N66C-1 1-1/4-inch to 2-1/2-inch Coil Siding Nailer with Aluminum Housing

by Bostitch
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • 1-1/4-Inch to 2-1/2-Inch coil siding nailer with 500-Pounds of driving power
  • Drives wire weld and plastic collated coil nails; tool-free depth adjustment; directional exhaust
  • Lightweight, durable aluminum housing
  • Includes nailer and carrying case
  • 4.4-Pounds; 1-year warranty

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number2750-2087
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions27.9 x 12.7 x 30.5 cm
Item model numberN66C-1
Power Sourceair-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Weight2 kilograms
Length27.9 centimeter
Width12.7 centimeter
Height30.5 centimeter
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006FKI5G
Best Sellers Rank #9,075 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 Kg
Date First AvailableApril 16 2012
  
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Product Description

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Nail down siding in no time with the powerful, precise Bostitch N66C-1 Coil Siding Nailer. This lightweight tool features a aluminum housing that makes it durable enough to repeatedly withstand the rigors of all-day use. And with adjustable nail depth and a soft rubber foot, you can work with a range of siding materials, including soft woods. The N66C-1 Siding Nailer works with any air compressor and has a tool-free adjustable exhaust that directs spent air away from you when you're working.


The Bostitch N66C-1
Coil Siding Nailer
At a Glance:
  • 515 in./lbs. of driving power
  • Adjustable nail depth
  • Lightweight, durable aluminum housing
  • Tool-free adjustable exhaust



All-day siding jobs are easier on your hands thanks to lightweight magnesium housing. View larger.


Accepts both wire-weld and plastic-inserted coil nails from 1.25" to 2.5". View larger.
Works with a Variety of Siding Materials, from Soft Wood to Steel
Pretty much no matter what type of siding you're working with, the N66C-1 will take care of the job. This nailer accepts both wire-weld and plastic-inserted coil nails and includes a soft rubber foot that's perfect for working with soft wood. Additionally, the N66C-1 can handle the tough stuff: cement, clapboard, fencing, and even light-gauge steel are no problem.

The N66C-1 has an adjustable guide and an operating range of 70 to 120 PSI, which means you can dial in the right depth for the job. And with driving power of 515 in/lbs, the N66C-1 can be easily set for 1-1/4-inch to 2-1/2- inch nails. Additionally, the N66C-1 has a 350-nail magazine, so you can knock out plenty of work in a single load.

The N66C-1 Siding Nailer works with any air compressor and has a tool-free adjustable exhaust that directs spent air away from you when you're working.

Lightweight, Durable Construction for Everyday Use
Finish the job without breaking a sweat. The N66C-1 Siding Nailer is constructed with aluminum, which means it is light enough to wield all day. Measuring just 3.25 x 12 x 11.25 inches (WxHxL) and weighing just 4.9 pounds, this nailer is still durable enough to withstand the wear and tear of any jobsite. The N66C-1 stores in its included protective carrying case when not in use.

The Bostitch N66C-1 Coil Siding Nailer is covered by a seven-year limited warranty.

About Bostitch
Stanley-Bostitch manufactures top-quality, innovative fastening tools and fasteners for industrial, construction, and home-improvement applications. Products include pneumatic staplers and nailers; compressors; manual staplers and tackers; coil-fed screw systems; rivet tools; glue guns; a broad assortment of collated nails, screws, staples and specialty fasteners in a variety of materials and finishes; and carton-closing staplers--many of them industry firsts.

What's in the Box
Siding nailer and carrying case.


Product Description

Nail down siding in no time with the powerful, precise Bostitch N66C-1 Coil Siding Nailer. This lightweight tool features a magnesium housing that makes it durable enough to repeatedly withstand the rigors of all-day use. And with adjustable nail depth and a soft rubber foot, you can work with a range of siding materials, including soft woods. The N66C-1 Siding Nailer works with any air compressor and has a tool-free adjustable exhaust that directs spent air away from you when you're working.The Bostitch N66C-1 Coil Siding Nailer At a Glance:515 in./lbs. of driving powerAdjustable nail depthLightweight, durable magnesium housingTool-free adjustable exhaustAll-day siding jobs are easier on your hands thanks to lightweight magnesium housing. View larger.Accepts both wire-weld and plastic-inserted coil nails from 1.25" to 2.5". View larger.Works with a Variety of Siding Materials, from Soft Wood to SteelPretty much no matter what type of siding you're working with, the N66C-1 will take care of the job. This nailer accepts both wire-weld and plastic-inserted coil nails and includes a soft rubber foot that's perfect for working with soft wood. Additionally, the N66C-1 can handle the tough stuff: cement, clapboard, fencing, and even light-gauge steel are no problem.The N66C-1 has an adjustable guide and an operating range of 70 to 120 PSI, which means you can dial in the right depth for the job. And with driving power of 515 in/lbs, the N66C-1 can be easily set for 1-1/4-inch to 2-1/2- inch nails. Additionally, the N66C-1 has a 350-nail magazine, so you can knock out plenty of work in a single load.The N66C-1 Siding Nailer works with any air compressor and has a tool-free adjustable exhaust that directs spent air away from you when you're working.Lightweight, Durable Construction for Everyday UseFinish the job without breaking a sweat. The N66C-1 Siding Nailer is constructed with magnesium, which means it is light enough to wield all day. Measuring just 3.25 x


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4.0 out of 5 stars Great gun, Blocked but now works great June 6 2014
By Ian
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I received my Bostitch nailer last week,Set up the gun for the first time today as I was waiting for my nails to arrive. Changed the trigger to the one that fires only once when the gun is activated. They arrived on Wednesday.,put in the nails,, fired the first nail, needed a slight adjustment, fired the second nail needed another small adjustment, fired the third nail just right, then took the gun to attach my wood, fired the gun, no nail, big spark, gun now completely jamed up, cannot open anything, the adjustment screw is wedged up into the black housing,so it completely disappeared. Gun has been taken the local Bostitch Service centre. They could not figure why it jammed, but I have since put it through roughly 600 nails, and now works well. In future you might put in some information on how to clear jams in the gun, quite easy, just put a drill bit the same size back down the barrow of the gun, using a hammer to tap it into the housing, it will clear the jam, and allow you to take out the jam through the nail door. I find that the nails have to be straight going into gun, if you see the slightest bend at the beginning of inserting nails into the gun, straighten out the nails completely,or it will most likely jam.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars amazing shipping product brand new June 27 2012
By nicolas
Verified Purchase
Found the best deal on the web for this item. and shipping was suppose to be about 4 day and I got it in less then 24 hours...amazing. product was brand new in a box. This model of gun work very well , as well as my paslode framing gun ou hitachi roof gun. mailed about 1000 sq. feet of ciment-fiber siding without problem.
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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars  109 reviews
49 of 49 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great gun April 1 2006
By paul - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this reconditioned, and I like both the saving, and the fact that someone looked over the tool. This winter I shot 10,000 plastic colated Hitachi nails through this gun without a single misfire. The company I worked with uses the Hitachi siding nailer, thats why the nailes were hitachi. And I bought a Bostitch nailer because it was both cheaper, and watching others with the Hitachi frustrated with jambing and misfires, helped me make my choice
30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great gun June 9 2006
By A. Mandeville - Published on Amazon.com
We use this gun for cedar siding, trim boards, and plywood sheeting for both roofs and sidewall sheeting. The gun is light, reliable, durable, and easy to repair if you do abuse it. We have replaced an aircap and a top seal (the gun took a nose dive off a 3 story victorian roof) That said we have enjoyed using it and would recommend it. Can't think of a down side so a 5 star buy. One note if your I would recommend the wire collated over the plastic collated ...we have had issues with the little plastic trails that hangs onto the nail and sticks out around the head. Wire seams to be cleaner.
41 of 44 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great Gun Nov. 16 2007
By KT - Published on Amazon.com
I was a little disappointed with the firing of this gun. Like another user commented... the gun should be able to strictly single fire and STOP after a nail has been fired. I used this gun for cedar tongue and groove siding installation with premium 2" stainless steel coil nails. About 5-10% of the time the gun would fire 2 nails even when I tried my hardest to allow for a single fire. In addition, for me too, some of the wire from the nail coil would be driven into the wood. Not the worst thing because ultimately when done right with tongue and groove the nail would be covered up by the overlapping siding. But still somewhat concerning when spending close to $300 on a gun.

On the bright side, the gun is light and handles well. It seems to be build very solid. Overall I have been using my DeWalt 15 gage cordless finish nailer for over a year and that gun is awesome. This Bostitch is the first air powered gun I have purchased and I was hoping for the same predictability. Unfortunately you sometimes can't predict what's going to happen when you pull the trigger and I wish this wasn't the case.

Ok...ok...ok... I had to come back and edit my review. The Bostich N66C comes with 2 triggers. One is exactly for my issues listed above. It's stricktly a single shot trigger and will not allow the gun to fire twice. It is for more precise firing when speed and coverage is not the issue. As a result my review has gone from 3 to 4 stars. It's definitely a quality product.
39 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT LIGHT WEIGHT GUN Oct. 9 2005
By teddyballgame - Published on Amazon.com
I BOUGHT THIS PARTICULAR NAIL GUN FOR DOING CEDAR SHINGLE JOBS. ITS VERY LIGHT WEIGHT. VERY HELPFUL WHEN USING IT FOR 8 HRS A DAY FOR SEVERAL DAYS IN A ROW. I OWN OTHER BOSTITCH GUNS , NEVER HAVE ANY TROUBLE. PARTS ARE EASY TO GET IF NEEDED. NAILS FOR IT ARE AVILABLE ALMOST EVERYWHERE. PLUS ITS MADE IN U.S.A.
22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nothing to write home about Dec 9 2009
By M. Murray - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this gun to nail on fiber cement siding. I thought it was going to set all nails flush with the surface of the siding. Frankly, I couldn't see how this would be posible since the hardness of studs varies and some nails may hit knots. Also some will miss studs and just strike OSB. I installed the single shot trigger when I got it. Well when using it the nails all vary in in depth, some shoot part way through the siding and some don't go all the way in. I sometimes get doubles. What I had to do was set the pressure low enough so that most the nails shoot close to the surface of the siding and then finish them off with a hammer. Since it's my own house I don't mind the extra time as I think it makes for a tighter lap. It would be a different story if I were applying siding for a living. I own four other Bostich guns and I believe I could get just as good of results using a 2 1/2" nail in my stick framer. However, I believe the siding warranty is void if you use a clipped head nail. I used to own a Bostich coil framer and I'll bet one of those would do just as well as the N66. On the plus side the N66 is a lightweight, well made and easy to handle gun and doesn't require a large volume of air so your compressor doesn't run as much as with a larger gun. I gave it three stars because it was called a siding nailer but mine doesn't perform any differently than my other nailers. Maybe it's just mine but I have tried varying the air pressure and the depth adjustment and have never acheived any consistancy in depth control.

12/22/09 Gun is working like it should now. I'm sorry if I misled anyone, I should have read the directions. On one of the forums someone told me I needed more air pressure. I was afraid too much pressure might damage something and they are only 2" nails so I kept the pressure at about 80 psi. Well, after listening to advice on a forum and reading the manual I upped the pressure to 105 psi and adjusted the nail depth all the way up. To my suprise when I shot them they were all consistent in depth, about a 1/4" high. Then I adjusted the depth control down until they shot at the desired depth and now they are very consistent. I'm still getting an occasional double but considering considering price, warranty and everything else I believe it's a five star now.
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