Senco FinishPro 35 Angled Finish Nailer
By Mark Sticht
I bought my FinishPro 35 on Ebay. It was part of a three pack that included the FinishPro 15 and SLS15 medium stapler.
The Real World
April 29th, 2007
I've only had a chance to use the FinishPro 35. It worked great, never had a miss fire and is nice and light.
May 12th, 2007
Today we used the FinishPro 35 to put up shelves in our closets. This is the lightest gun I've used for work like this and I have to say it was a welcome change. It worked flawlessley all day and I look forward to using it on our doors and trim.
May 19th, 2007
I've put about 1,000 nails through this gun and haven't had a single problem. Other than putting oil and nails it it I haven't had to adjust or do anything to it - it just works.
September 9th, 2007
This gun works great for hardwood floor. Once the Ramsond Flooring Nailer wouldn't fit between the floor and wall, I'd shoot a 2" finish nail through the tongue. It worked great to hold it about a 45o angle. For my 5/8" floor I had to hodl the gun slightly off the floor. After a while I learned the feel of the rubber foot on the side of the plank and could move pretty quick. Since I put down my floor on a 450 angle, I had lots of corners to work into where I could only use this gun. Once the FinishPro 35 wouldn't fit, the pieces were so small that I just used the FinishPro 15 to put a brad right through the face, but close enough to the edge that it will be coverd by the base.
- Drives 15 gauge nails from 1-1/4"—2-1/2"
- Light weight: 4.7 lbs
- Adjustable depth-of-drive
- Adjustable exhaust
- Easy-clear latch to clear jams fast
- Full soft grip — For comfort and control
- No-mar pad — To protect work materials
- Available in dual action or restrictive fire
- One-year warranty