The Freeman PFN64 Pneumatic 16-Gauge 2-1/2 in. Straight Finish Nailer is ideal for applications such as base moulding, crown moulding, furniture construction, chair rails, door and window casing, and cabinetry. This air powered nail gun is compatible with 16-Gauge straight finish nails from 1 in. to 2-1/2 in., and contains a quick release nose for fast and easy access clearing in the event of jammed fasteners. Other convenient features include a tool-free finger depth adjust for various applications, and a no mar safety contact to prevent damage to your surface during finish work. The magazine and cylinder of this nailer are constructed of anodized aluminum for lightweight durability, and the Teflon O-rings and 1-piece drive blade also work to extend the life of the tool. The ergonomically designed die cast aluminum body results in a lightweight and rugged tool great for use over long shifts, and the comfort grip handle reduces fatigue while increasing control and accuracy. This nail gun will allow you to tackle finish work quickly and easily whether you are a DIYer working on home improvement and repair projects or a professional contractor at the job site. The Pneumatic 16-Gauge 2-1/2 in. Straight Finish Nailer includes a belt hook, safety goggles, air tool oil, and adjustment tools, and is covered by Freeman’s 7-Year Limited Warranty and 90-day Wearable Parts Warranty.
- Anodized aluminum magazine with strip loading
- Quick-release nose
- 70 – 110 psi operating pressure
- No-mar tip protects work surface to reduce finishing time
- Tool-free jam clearing and depth adjustment
- 360° adjustable exhaust
- Reversible belt hook
- Teflon O-rings for less friction
- 1-piece hardened steel drive blade
- Lightweight, die-cast aluminum construction
- Anodized aluminum cylinder is long-lasting
- For applications such as base molding, chair rails, crown moldings, door casing, cabinetry, furniture construction
- Compatible with 1 – 2-1/2 in. nails
- Anti-dust cap and internal air filter for clean operation
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Chaim Beer (verified owner) –
Works as advertised, 7 yr warranty, includes oil, and they even included safety glasses. For the price paid this is a really great finish nailer. i’ve only had one jam in hundreds of pulls, and i’m sure it was something i did wrong.
Chester Schimmel (verified owner) –
This was my first nailer and being a novice, I found it was extremely easy to set up and use. Light weight, no jams, and the depth dial made it very easy to set the depth of the nails. Very impressed. I would definitely recommend. Looking to buy a framing nailer now and I would buy another Freeman.
Clark Mitchell (verified owner) –
I was a bit skeptical about buying this nailer based on the price. But finally, I said, why not? A 16 gauge nailer with a 7 year manufacturers warranty for under a 100 dollars….how can I go wrong. I can assure you, this nailer is awesome. I went through more than 3000 nails on a project and had no misfires or jams. I can’t wait for my next project to use it some more!
Marisa Nader (verified owner) –
Very good for the price!
Missouri Gerhold (verified owner) –
DIDN’T KEEP, BECAUSE, WE DID NOT KNOW AN AIR COMPRESSOR WAS NEEDED TO RUN THE NAILER. NOTHING ON THE ORIGINAL SALE LIST SAID IT WAS REQUIRED. IF AN AIR COMPRESSOR WAS PROVIDED, WE WOULD HAVE KEPT IT.
Maude Rempel (verified owner) –
Seems very dependable. Light weight and easy to use.
Jamar Stanton (verified owner) –
Had a freeman 16 ga nAiler for two years and was very happy. Few jams and easy to clear them out. 16 ga is stronger than many others. I use 2 in and 1 1/4 regularly. Very happy with it.
Owen Schoen (verified owner) –
The nailer worked as expected. Attached tongue and groove (3/4″ pine) to the ceiling with 2 1/2 inch nails.
Heidi Altenwerth (verified owner) –
Although I have not used this nail gun extensively, my first use on a project was securing a piece of 1×2 red oak to some poplar. It drove 2″ nails through the 3/4″ red oak and into the edge of the poplar with no problem. There were no jams or mis-shot nails. I am very satisfied with this nail gun so far.
Yvette Murray (verified owner) –
GREAT TOOL FOR MEDIUM JOBS,GREAT PRICE FOR IT.
Jaden Zboncak (verified owner) –
haven’t used tons yet, but it has been faultless so far. Purchased for baseboards, casing and crown, so I have used a variety of nail lengths. I think it is a great combination of pricepoint and quality.
Melisa Littel (verified owner) –
Used it for about 4 months now and it works very well. I would recommend.
Della Auer (verified owner) –
Works very well! I’m happy for buying this tool.
Maudie Lebsack (verified owner) –
Purchased for $69.99 + tax online. Used nailer with SS 2-1/2″ nails on cement fiber 3/4″ trim boards. Satisfied with results. Would buy again for this purpose. Easy to hold up and use all day long. On short test run seemed to work better putting nails into wood. Will definitely use for crown moulding work. Not sure about standing up to heavy duty usage. Overall good value for the price.
Jacklyn Howe (verified owner) –
The only con that I can think of is that it needs close to 110lbs of air for putting 21/2 in nails in oak! That really is not bad, but i thought it might be closer to 90. Other than that, it is an excellent nailer!
Marion Orn (verified owner) –
Shoots and loads well, no jams. Rubber bump stop on the front of the gun stops 2 1/2” nails from fully embedding even with PSI at 110 and depth set to max (it keeps the gun too far from the material) After removing the rubber and replacing it with some hockey tape it works fine. No complaints for the price, the modification only took a few minutes.
Kavon Nader (verified owner) –
excellent product for around the house nailing projects. moulding, og, cabinets. Used with 1.5 inch nails and it gave very robust results.
Connie Stroman (verified owner) –
The item worked great on whatever I used it for. It would face nail trim and hardwood floor and set the nail great. The only problem was nailing the tongue of 3/4″ oak hardwood. Nearly every nail needed to be set with a nail set.
Erich Christiansen (verified owner) –
I had only used a few times before my neighbor borrowed it. But I think its safe to say we both give it a thumbs up !
Ardella Lockman (verified owner) –