Review Freeman PFR2190 21-Degree Full-Head Framing Nailer
A framing nailer is the single tool that makes nailing much more easier.
The Freeman PFR2190 is one such light, high-quality nail gun that can be used for almost all the jobs like framing, fencing, siding, roof and wall sheathing and wood box construction.
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Here is the Freeman PFR2190 guide of all its features, pros and cons in detail.
Features of Freeman PFR2190
Product Dimensions: The Freeman nailer has got a great look with dimensions of 20 x 6.5 x 14.2 inches and weight of approximately 14.5 pounds.
Operating Condition: It is an air powered nail gun and works at the pressure of 60-115 psi.
Magnesium Body: It has anodized aluminum cylinder and magazine along with lightweight magnesium body, which gives it a beautiful look and sturdy design.
Interchangeable Triggers for Different Kind of Firing: The Freeman PFR2190 also has interchangeable triggers for single or contact firing. The triggers can be changed as per the need of the user.
Type of Nails: It shoots 21-degree full-headed nails ranging in size from 2 to 3-1/2 inches. Its magazine can hold up to 55 nails.
360 Degree Exhaust: It is equipped with 360 degrees adjustable air vent, air filter and anti-dust cap to prevent the air contamination in the air supply.
Casing: A plastic case is provided along with it for the easy and safe storage of the nail gun.
7-year Limited Warranty: It is backed by 7 year limited warranty by Freeman.
Beautiful Nailing at Affordable Price: The nailer is an affordable nail gun which can compete with all the big names in the market. It is perfect for those first working with a nail gun or looking for a nail gun for small projects.
Option of different kinds of firing: Many people prefer single firing most times, while some prefer the sequential firing to save time. This nail gun is equipped with both bump and single firing, making it suitable for all the users.
Durable: With its anodized aluminum magazine and cylinder and magnesium body, the framing nailer has the capability to go on for years without much wear and tear.
360 Degree Exhaust: The 360 degree exhaust vent ensures that there are moisture spots on the wood. An air filter and air cap is also provided to protect the air inside the equipment from foreign materials.
Precision and Accuracy: The Freeman PFR2190 can fire the nails with precision and accuracy and I did not find any instance of jam or misfiring in the gun.
Case: A case is not necessary for the performance of the gun, but its presence ensures the safe storage when the nail gun is not in use.
Does not fire the last few nails: The gun does not fire the last three-four nails. It stops when only a few nails are left in the magazine. The firing again starts when more nails are added to the magazine. Although not an unsurmountable obstacle, this can take some time getting used to.
Interchangeability Switch: Unlike many latest framing nailers, the change from single to bump firing requires the hanging switch to be changed. Again even though the process is not difficult, it is time consuming.
Heavy Weight: There is no doubt that the framing nailer is lighter than the old model guns, still at 14.5 pounds it is a bit heavier for longer use.