3-1/4" Coil Framing Nailer | Metabo HPT NV83A5
How do you make the best even better? Simple, you listen to what your customers want and you make it happen. Easier to maintain…Done! Interchangeable parts with the original tool…Done! Less parts in the trigger…Done! No composite parts in the trigger…Done! Add a rafter hook…Done! The NV83A5 is not only a tool for the pro it’s also the tool that provides an answer to the pros needs. Relying on the same cylinder valve drive system as the original NV83A, the NV83A5 offers both a rapid response and some serious driving power. The side load pop-out magazine only adds convenience to an already awesome tool.
Features of the Coil Framing Nailer
- POWER AND SPEED: Cylinder valve drive mechanism provides quick response and rapid, powerful driving
- AWARD: Rated the Pro Preferred Nailer for 7 years running (2014 - 2020) by Builder and Developer Magazine
- APPLICATIONS: For wall sheathing, roof decking, subflooring, packing and crating work, and more
- SELECTIVE ACTUATION: Selectable trigger mode; choose contact or single sequential actuation mode via switch in the trigger
- FASTENERS: Accepts 16° wire coil nails from 2-IN - 3-1/4-IN
- LIGHTWEIGHT: Only 8.8 lbs (or 9.1 lbs if the rafter hook is installed) lightweight and well balanced for easy maneuverability
- QUICK RELOAD: Side load pop-out magazine for fast and easy reloads
- RAFTER HOOK: Can be positioned on left or right side depending on user preference
- HARDENED CLAW TIP: Resists wear on the nose and minimizes slippage when driving at an angle or toe-nailing
- OPEN NOSE DESIGN: Allows for easy extraction of a jammed nail
California Proposition 65
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We are providing this warning pursuant to a law passed by California in 1986 called the “California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986”, or “Proposition 65” for short.
A Proposition 65 warning does not mean a product is in violation of any product-safety standards or requirements. In fact, the California government has clarified that “[t]he fact that a product bears a Proposition 65 warning does not mean by itself that the product is unsafe.”
The California agency tasked with implementing Proposition 65 has also explained, “You could think of Proposition 65 more as a ‘right to know’ law than a pure product safety law.” See http://oehha.ca.gov/prop65/background/p65plain.html
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