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Hitachi NV75AG Round Head 1-3/4 -Inch to 3 -Inch Coil Framing Nailer

by Hitachi

List Price: CDN$ 1,113.42
Price: CDN$ 418.97 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Accurate tool-less depth of drive
  • Weighs only 5.5 pounds, 1-year warranty
  • 1 Year
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberNV75AG
Item Weight3.3 Kg
Product Dimensions38.9 x 33 x 15.5 cm
Item model numberNV75AG
Power SourceAir-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #25,854 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.3 Kg
Date First AvailableOct. 12 2011
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Amazon.com: 20 reviews
60 of 62 people found the following review helpful
Once again, Hitachi produces a superior product. March 6 2003
By Ken Hopf - Published on Amazon.com
I was in need of another siding gun, and saw the NV75AG just hit the market. Being that I own the siding (4 years use) and framing (8 years use) versions Hitachi makes (both superior products), when it came time to get a second nailer for siding the choice was clear. For several years I have been contempating getting a coil framer. When sheeting walls on the ground I loose considerable time reloading with the stick framer. This gun holds over 225 nails in one coil! And should my stick framer blow a top seal, or sider fail, the NV75AG will allow me to continue.
The gun functions flawlessly, with both the depth adjustment on the gun and a non maring tip included. Hitachi includes all allen wrenches and fittings, something other makers should but don't.
Only complaints, cost and plastic skirting. Cost, well it takes the place of 2 guns. Skirting, easily removed.
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
excellent gun, worth the price Dec 6 2004
By Z. Blumner - Published on Amazon.com
i purchased two of these guns last year and have used them heavily, without any problems. these are great tools. very well designed. light enough for siding all day, compact and very fast for framing, sheathing and subflooring. i don't waste time loading nails every minute. no jam problems. just don't try to load mangled coils, duh.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Great Nailer, Great Buy March 15 2004
By "strongshock" - Published on Amazon.com
Amazon's Tool Crib shipped on time with no glitches. The 75 nailer is typical of Hitachi's great nailers, and has the versatility to do framing and siding. Mine has gone through about 4000 2" Senco and 3" Bostich nails for fence building without a miss and little sign of wear. Since I only use it once in a while, I'm confident it will last me a lifetime.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Good for overhead work July 22 2006
By Paul M - Published on Amazon.com
Been using it for a few months now and am overall happy. The gun does fine for toenailing, subfloor/sheathing and with new doug fir. It is a bit underpowered for old wood and engineered lumber. The gun shines for doing some akward overhead work like drops, which is why I got it. If you are going to get one gun, get the 83, but the 75 is a nice gun to have if you are having more than one.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Not as powerful as a large framing nailer March 6 2006
By A polymath - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an excellent siding and framing nailer, however it is not as powerful as a Hitachi NR83A framing nailer, which has a substantially larger air chamber for driving nails. In most cases this nailer is great for framing; its compact size allows you to face-nail and toe-nail easier in tight spaces. However, when nailing a .131 x 3" framing nail into two pieces of old growth fir 2x (not as common of scenario these days unless you reuse materials from demolitions on the West coast), the nail will often sit proud about an inch or more. The Hitachi NR83A will usually sink the nail in this scenario, albeit sometimes the nail may sit about a 1/4" proud.