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Senco FinishPro 15 (FP15) Brad Nailer

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The Purchase

I bought my FinishPro 15 on Ebay. It was part of a three pack that included the Finish Pro 35 and SLS15 medium stapler.

The Real World


June 15th
I've only shot 1-1/4" brads so far, but this thing works great. The load indicator is a nice touch. At 80psi the brads sunk right in the MDF I was working with.
Pros:
  • Ammo is cheap. 1000 brads were $3. At that price I should pick up a few different sizes so I have them when I need them.
  • Light weight

Cons:
  • Won't fire when holding the trigger and pushing the tip on the work. The tip must be depressed on the work before pulling the trigger.

Features

  • Drives 18-gauge brads 5/8"-1-1/4"
  • Light weight: 4.7 lbs
  • Low load indicator
  • Soft grip handle
  • No-mar pad � To protect work materials
  • One-year warranty
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