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$239.99 list($458.00)
1. Senco FP41XP 1-1/4" to 2-1/2"
$269.99 list($566.00)
2. Senco SNS45XP Construction Stapler
$99.99 list($160.00)
3. Senco PC1010 1/2 HP 1 Gallon Mini
$189.99 list($249.00)
4. Senco PC0947/FP18KIT FinishPro
$129.99 list($153.51)
5. Senco FP10 FinishPro 10 23 Gauge
$149.99 list($296.00)
6. Senco FP25XP 5/8" to 2-1/8" Brad
$274.99 list($329.00)
7. Senco AF25 Air Free 5/8" to 2-1/8"
$99.99 list($129.99)
8. Senco SLS18 18-Gauge Finish Stapler,
$229.99 list($317.00)
9. Senco SLS20 Narrow Crown Stapler
$139.99 list($262.00)
10. Senco SLP20 Brad Nailer with Case
$279.99 list($299.00)
11. Senco PC0960 FinishPro32 FP32
$279.99 list($412.00)
12. Senco SKS-L Trim Stapler
$299.99 list($379.00)
13. Senco AF41 Air Free 1-1/4" to
$434.02 list($329.00)
14. Senco FP702XP FramePro 702XP 2"
$8.99 $7.95 list($8.58)
15. AccuSet A101009 1" 23 Gauge Galvanized
$89.99 list($169.00)
16. Senco A20 Pneumatic Palm Nailer
$349.99 list($491.00)
17. Senco SCN40R Coil Roofing Nailer
$299.99 $269.00 list($329.00)
18. Senco FP701XP FramePro 701XP 2"
$149.99 list($179.00)
19. Senco FP32 FinishPro 32 1-1/4"
$199.99 list($359.00)
20. Senco SFN30 1"- 2" Finish Nailer

1. Senco FP41XP 1-1/4" to 2-1/2" 15-Gauge Finish Nailer with Case
list price: $458.00
our price: $239.99
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Asin: B00008NFQ7
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 1357
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Low recoil
  • Lightweight, weighs 4.7 pounds
  • Angled magazine
  • Adjustable depth of drive
  • Requires no lubrication

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Nail Gun!
No issues with mine, great handling, nails set perfect everytime, quieter than most, and oil-free! I have used different sized nails with no problem. Buy one it's great!

3-0 out of 5 stars Sometimes doesn't shoot
I purchased this nailer from the BOB to install lots of 3/8" plywood sheets in the garage. A friend had lent me his Pasco framing nailer for the 2x4's. The Pasco works well, no misfires, no jams. The contractor must have it set in production mode because it was easy to shoot two nails in trigger pull.

The Senco was also a joy to use. No noticeable weight, well balanced, and considerably quieter than the Paslode (it is a smaller gun). Depth of nail was easily set and consistent.

I had three complaints with the Senco: 1) Air connector nipple was not included, necessitating another trip to the BOB. 2) Nails do not shoot consistently. I can fire 20 times, then 4 misfires. Usually when I'm in the most inconvenient place. It has something to do with the safety switch or nail guard not completely activating when the gun is set. I will contact Senco and/or BOB today. If they can advise a fix, the gun stays. If not, back it goes. Too bad.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another great SENCO product.
This is a great nailer. It is both smaller and lighter than the SFN40 which is (was) the standard by which all other finish nailers are compared. One outstanding feature of this tool is that it is very quiet, while still able to drive and set 2.5" nails with ease. The depth adjustment and exhaust vent settings work just like other SENCO units, so no complaints there. You cannot go wrong with this unit.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for crown mouldings
I bought one of these guns recently as a replacement for another nailer. I put in thousands of feet of crown moulding every month and have yet to have any sort of misfire or double nailing. It also sets the head of the nail comfortably below the surface each and every time. ...Yet another great SENCO tool! ... Read more

2. Senco SNS45XP Construction Stapler
list price: $566.00
our price: $269.99
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Asin: B0000225KU
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 4223
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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This professional-grade construction stapler is built to handle all but the toughest 16-gauge applications. The industry ranks this model's power-to-weight ratio as best in its class. We found it to be fast and powerful, capable of driving up to 16 1- to 2-inch staples a second. In fact, this model can handle eight different staple sizes. It has a top-loading, easy-release feed system with reload indicator, and jambs are easily cleared. Other worthwhile features include a mechanical countersink, narrow nose, and adjustable exhaust. Senco designed this stapler to be reliable, using 30% less parts than the competition. Among its many applications are sheathing, furniture frames, wood shingles, and decking. --Tom Kasperson ... Read more


  • For sheathing, subflooring, decking, fascia & soffit, lathing and more
  • Versatile stapler has the best power-to-weight ratio in its class
  • Designed with 30% fewer parts & 15% more power than the competition
  • Drives 16 gauge staples 1 in. to 2 in.
  • Adjustable depth-of-drive

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars SHOOTS LIKE AN UZI

5-0 out of 5 stars Does it all
Just bought a Senco SNS65 to do the siding, sheathing, soffit, facia, etc. on the house I am remodeling. It works great, plenty of power for both 1" and 2" staples. I'm using 1" rough cut siding on the log house and it drives through and flush every time. I'm glad I bought it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Top Of The Line
SENCO has been around a long time and it shows, it's a top of the line product. Well made, tough construction, lightweight, comfort plus, makes this product worth the money.It's depenability and craftmanship make the investment worthwhile. ... Read more

3. Senco PC1010 1/2 HP 1 Gallon Mini Air Compressor
list price: $160.00
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000AQK78
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 421
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Aluminum cylinder
  • Weighs only 20 pounds
  • Ultra quiet operation
  • 1/2 HP 1 gallon capacity
  • Comfortable cushioned handle grip

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Have compressor will travel
This is a great second compressor. I wouldn't buy this as a primary or first compressor but it works fine to support small nail guns. My other portable weighs 68 pounds and will keep up with 1 to 2 framing or roofing nailers. My shoulders ache from the number of times I have lugged it up 78 steps to a job site. This goes anywhere with a bunch of tools in the other hand.

Other than nail guns, NO it won't do much at 0.7 cu ft per min when paint spray guns need 10 times that, and a blow gun will empty the tank in 10 seconds or less. But seriously, this compressor gives me at least 10 shots from my 16 ga finish nailer before the motor kicks in; a couple more off of an 18 ga finish nailer, and as an acid test, I got 3 shots from a 3 1/4 inch framing nailer (not recommended but if all I need is 10 nails I'd rather carry this in - especially considering that my ripe old age keeps me from doing much serious hammering!)

Last word, the first one I received had a leaky reed valve and it had to be replaced by Amazon - I'm very happy with the replacement and have used it on several job sites.

4-0 out of 5 stars so far so good...
i got this because getting compressed air cans at six bucks a pop started getting expensive. i use it mainly for cleaning and drying stuff. i had a sears 2 gal compressor but that thing was way too loud and vibrates so much it would crawl around on it's own. the senco is relatively quiet. it takes twice as long as the sears unit to get up to pressure but for a light user like me it's no problem. if there's anything that i would change is that i would prefer a 2 gal tank...1 gal is kind of small. a unit this small is only really good for filling tires, cleaning or brad nailing...if you need a compressor for any other activity or tool this is probably not the unit to get.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disposable compressor
This compressor is considered "disposable", and has only 90 day warranty. Check out the review under combo pack that uses the same compressor. ... Read more

4. Senco PC0947/FP18KIT FinishPro 18 5/8" - 2" 18-Gauge Brad Nailer/Compressor Kit
list price: $249.00
our price: $189.99
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Asin: B00008PWW9
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 734
Average Customer Review: 3.22 out of 5 stars
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  • FinishPro18 drives 18 gauge brads 5/8-2-inch
  • One-year warranty on the tool and 90 days on the compressor
  • Adjustable depth-of-drive, rear exhaust, soft grip handle and no-mar pad to protect work surface
  • 1/2 hp 1-gallon electric, oil-free compressor

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Woodworker Hobby or Trim Tool
I got this package for very light duty use - woodworking shop projects and qtr-round molding on flooring. The nailer is a quality tool that sells for $120 everywhere so that makes the compressor only $75. I had a $15 coupon so the compressor was only $60 for me.
The compressor is so light that it is no problem carrying it. The tank pressure is 125 lbs and I set the tank outlet pressure to 90 lbs. It shoots about 10 brads before it cycles but you can keep shooting as it runs. I used 5/8" brads on molding on a shop project and 2" brads on floor qtr-round without a single problem. This sure saves time and doesn't mar the wood. It is pretty quiet and also looks good. Getting to small jobs and using this little tool is a pleasure. I will get an air blower tip for it; so far I'm satisfied.

3-0 out of 5 stars I used this product
I too had a problem with the 1/4 tubing that is attached to the compressor it cracked right where it bends I used to intall wainscotting and it worked fine....BUT you have to wait after 10 shots for it you build up presure. before you go at it again... I will try liquid steel to seal the crack. I think it cracked because I used it outside on a warm day and then the sun went down and got cool out since the tubing gets hot it must of cracked. overall for the price it worth it for small jobs

1-0 out of 5 stars don't buy it!
Thought this compressor would be the answer for smaller jobs. I bought the compressor only as I own senco guns already. It lasted only three small jobs, maybe 300 fasteners shot with this compressor and it stopped working. It's past the 90 days warrenty-I missed that, thought 1 year. don't buy this one. what a dissapointment!

1-0 out of 5 stars Think twice
This nailer came three days ago. Bummer. The compressor cannot build up pressure to run the nailer. I called Senco; they were insulting and implied I did something wrong. They proceeded to tell me to tighten bolts etc. None of it worked. Then they had the nerve to tell me to "just try to return it". I tried and did. Enough of them. Buy this product and deal with Senco at your own risk.

3-0 out of 5 stars compressor try's hard but comes up a bit short
I agree with the other reviewers who have given praise to this product. I felt the same way till mine broke after less than a months use.
Of course it was the compressor which broke, the part with the 90 day warranty. I did not catch that when I bought this.
Senco is a good company, but I think this little compressor is not quite up to the quality of their other products.
In my case it was the 1/4" copper tubing which brings the air to the tank that failed. It split where the tubing had been bent.
I have fixed it with some liquid steel, since I'm on a job with it, I'm hoping the repair lasts till I have time to replace to tubing.
I have used this to build two large bookcase and cabinet projects so far, and in doing so I have learned the compressors limitations. It does not do well
shooting two inch nails into MDF. It does not have the power to fully sink the nail into the material. I bought this combo for the light weight
of the compressor, so I guess there must be some compromises. This won't take the place of more powerful compressors,
but it is great for carrying to and from a job. I just hope I do not have problems with it in the future. I'm not sure I would
recommend this product, the 90 day warranty on the compressor is a big negative. especially since it seems to have some problems. ... Read more

5. Senco FP10 FinishPro 10 23 Gauge Micro Pinner
list price: $153.51
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B00006F708
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 311
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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What a clever little job this is. Our first thought was to take it to the shop and build picture frames--it's perfect for that, along with countless other finish and trim projects. The pins are so tiny, you really wouldn't need to fill the holes. It's as light as a stapler but fastens like a nailer. It has lots of power for its size as well as many of the features of its big brothers, like rear exhaust, easy jam-clearing, fast, simple loading, and a visible warning when your fasteners are running low. We like it!--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Soft grip handle and low load alert
  • FinishPro10 drives a 23 gauge micro pins 1/2- to 1-inch
  • Includes case, fittings, repair tools, and oil
  • 1-year warranty
  • Features rear exhaust and easy fastener length adjustment

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Senco Finish Pro 10 a good buy
I bought this micro pinner for rustic work. I build alot of Adirondack rustic style items which require small diameter twigs to be fastened. Brad nailers are often too large for the job, and hand nailing with small brads is tricky at best. This pinner is absolutely perfect! I have been able to fasten twigs as small as 1/8" diameter to plywood and other wood surfaces with absolutely no splitting (of course it's a little tricky to get the pin centered in a twig this small). The little pins also have a pretty good amount of holding power.

The Senco FP 10 is very light, has a nice design, and is a breeze to use. However, I was very surprised, and somewhat disappointed to find that, unlike my other Senco Nailers, this one is Taiwanese. I purchased it because I knew the Porter Cable was Taiwanese, and I wanted an American made product like my other Sencos. Given that the FP 10 is advertised as a professional tool, I never would have expected it to be an import.

Only time will tell if it holds up as well as other Senco nailers.

The other disappointment is that you need to oil this nailer, again, unlike other Senco products.

All in all, for the price and for what it is designed to do, the tool is a good buy. Senco, of course, does not include any fasteners in the box, nor do they include a cap for the 1/4" NPT fitting (which IS included). The oil bottle is very small, so purchase your fasteners when you purchase the nailer and get extra oil while you're at it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding pin gun
As a trim carpenter I've used a lot of brad nailers, looking for the best results. When it comes to pinning delicate trim, such as scribe, 1/4" rope molding, or screen molding, even 18 guage brads are often too think and split the material. Not so with this 23 guage pinner. It's perfect for delicate work. I've even started using to install pre-finished crown molding in kitchens, the holes left are so small that I often don't have to putty, and even when the putty doesn't match well, it's nearly impossilbe to find the holes afterward. I highly recommend this gun to anyone who is concerned about the appearnce of nail holes on their finished work. And it's Senco, so you know it will stand up to the test of time and the punishment of constant use.

2-0 out of 5 stars good, when it works
I install high end kitchens for a living. A pin nailer is a necessity for me, but I am still waiting for a good one to come out. I would pay triple the cost of this thing if they would come out with one that doesn't jam or misfire all the time.

Picture this, you're holding that crown moulding you just painstakingly cut to perfection and set in hold it with one hand, apply your glue, grab the pinner and while holding both pieces together with one hand you gently ease the pinner to the perfect spot...squeeze slowly and pop. Pull the pinner back, let go and the pieces fall apart. Because the most frustrating tool in your box misfired AGAIN. I swear...I'd trade my new truck for a pinner that worked well.

But, like I said...can't live without one.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Right Tool for the job.
I installed some cabinetry at home and used this tool beased on the reviews here to attach the scribes and delicate trim to these expensive hard maple cabinets. It worked like a charm. Never misfired, set the pins perfectly, no botched pins or split wood. Can't even see the holes, so its easier than gluing or puttying holes for an 18 gage nailer.

The nails/pins should be loaded one way only, and a few drops of oil at the beginning of the project keeps this gun performing flawlessly. No problems whatsoever.

5-0 out of 5 stars Met expectations
I build small wooden props and sets for my photography studio, so I need to work clean and fast. This thing is does exactly what I wanted. My old pinner used bigger pins, actually tiny brad I had to fill them in with putty/and or drywall compound, then wait for it to dry, paint it, etc. Also the heads on the other pinner were big...and had to be set....sometimes even pulled out if they didn't go correctly into tiny molding. These pins don't really have a head..and seem to "set themselves" right below the surface...and a coat of paint (latex or spray paint for quick jobs) is enough to fill in the hole, what small hole is left, and make the pins invisible. It'll handle the smallest pieces of molding...I also had a little bit of veneer coming up on my kitchen older oak herringbone floor. I put a little bit of clear epoxy, then a piece of thin clear plastic to protect the pinner from the glue...and zap ....the 1/2" pins worked beautifully. This opens up a range of repair and building jobs that seemed difficult or impossible before.... It's also light, easy to handle, and smooth as silk. No jams so far....I can see a model builder using this to build very small wooden can even use it to hold veneer in place, and other small pieces for set-ups...then pull them out without any noticeable holes.... ... Read more

6. Senco FP25XP 5/8" to 2-1/8" Brad Nailer
list price: $296.00
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B000051WTZ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 362
Average Customer Review: 4.77 out of 5 stars
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All pneumatic brad nailers are not created equal. The Senco FP25XPis among the better ones available. Backed by Senco's more than 50 yearsof experience in the business, the FP25XP is engineered and built toprovide superior performance. An adjustable exhaust port keeps dust anddebris away from the work surface, while the EZ-Clear jam release keepsyou working without any long delays. The FP25XP is part of Senco's eliteseries of Xtreme Pro tools and features a built-in turbo setting thatdelivers 30 percent more power without asking more of the aircompressor. Onboard tools and an adjustable depth of drive makeadjustments a snap.--Carl Thress ... Read more


  • Comes with carrying case
  • Drives 18-guage brads from 5/8- to 2-1/8 inches
  • Lightweight at 2.7 pounds for easy maneuvering and all-day work
  • Onboard power adjustment increases the power by 30%
  • Neverlube design means less maintenance and no oil stains

Reviews (22)

4-0 out of 5 stars Vrey good brad nailer
I bought the Senco 25 brad nailer last week. The decision between the Porter Cable and the Senco was difficult, I finally based the purchased on the wider range of brad lengths for the Senco and the oil less design . I have used them both and operation between the two is very similar. The Senco is [$] more and can't shoot into tight spots like the Porter Cable can due to the location of the safety nose.I did like the better construction of the Porter Cable, its part steel and part fiber resin, it appeared to be more durable, the no-mar tip is especially nice,and its very easy to see where you are shooting . The Senco is constructed almost totally of fiber resin materials and I wonder how well it will hold up to being dropped.The Senco power boast it awkward to use,the no-mar tip is too flexible and line of sight for shooting takes some getting use to. Either gun is good, the oil less feature is nice if you tend to to over oil your tools like I do.If your on a budget go with the Porter Cable.

5-0 out of 5 stars love it love it love it !!!
I've been waiting years for this nailer to come out. While waiting I have bought and used several other 2" brad nailers. Not one compared very well against Senco's brad nailer, The SLP 20. It operates so much more smoothly , it isn't even funny. The oil-less design was revolutionary. Not only is it more convenient, it saves your work from oil stains. Still, I knew that Senco would one day produce a 2" brad nailer of their own. I also knew it would be the very best. I have to say ,it was worth the wait. Everything about it says quality. It carries all the best from the SLP 20 and improves on it. From the first brad you drive you will know just how good it is. Sooo smooth. No kick back like the other guns. Sooo powerful. You will never wonder if it's going to sink the nail. The adjustable depth of drive and exhaust are the icing on the cake. I also like the rubbery grip. It's very nice to hold. I have had no jams but if you ever do , they are easy to clear. Top it off with a hard to lose no mar tip and the ability to drive 2 1/8" brads and you have the best brad nailer at any price , bar none. Plus it's made in the U.S.A. all for just a few more dollars than the "cheapies". My imports are now for sale.

2-0 out of 5 stars jam-o-matic
this got to be a joke from senco. i own a brad from hitichi,porter cable and now senco. after 5 shot of brad nail the gun jam every 5-6 shot. for the money i thought this was a well engineer gun, maybe senco lost their touch. if you don't mind wasting time changing jamm nails this is the gun!

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome,light...No jams
One thing i hate is a brad gun that jams!!! I love my senco fp25xp. I never owned one before, and never knew what to expect after getting it. After hearing all the nitemare stories on nailers that jam, or break down on the job, i decided to do some reseach. well, it paid off!!!! This nailer is just plain awesome. Its very light, comfortable to hold, and i shot over 1000 brads without a single jam, or breakdown. Futhermore the gun loads fast and easy. it's only 18 gauge, but you should see the wood this thing shoots thru...Thank You senco!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best one out there IMHO!
I purchased this with the XP41 15gauge finish nailer. This brad nailer has worked great for me as has the XP41, no jams, wide selection of nails. lot's of power. I have used it for baseboards and door casing. I have not needed to use the turbo setting, it also pretty quiet, my other brad nailer is LOUD! ... Read more

7. Senco AF25 Air Free 5/8" to 2-1/8" 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
list price: $329.00
our price: $274.99
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Asin: B000066B57
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 1693
Average Customer Review: 3.79 out of 5 stars
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This is an innovative tool whose time has most definitely come, making it possible for do-it-yourselfers to have all the power of an air nailer without buying a compressor, fooling with hoses, or putting up with the noise. And unlike other airless nailers, this one requires no fuel cells, and the battery is rechargeable just like those found in other cordless tools. Senco's AirFree brad nailer does the job, maybe with slightly less speed, but the convenience may be more than worth it. There's a slight delay when you press the trigger as the tool revs up, but you'll grow accustomed to the rhythm. It's powered by a 12-volt battery, never needs oil, and features an electronic depth-of-drive adjustment. Senco packs two batteries and a charger along with the nailer in a tough carrying case. You'll fire 600 to 1,000 nails on a charge, and a recharge takes anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes. Low vibration and a comfortable grip make this a heck of a tool. We really, really like this. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Belt hook
  • Drives up to 1,000 nails per charge
  • Includes two 12-volt/ah batteries
  • Adjustable depth of drive
  • No expensive and smelly fuel cells

Reviews (14)

2-0 out of 5 stars Defective design does not hold up
I am a professional finish carpenter working in cabinet shop. I have been using this gun daily for three months. In the beginning it worked just fine, but it did not hold up. I do NOT use it heavily, mostly to install crown molding and scribe, perhaps a strip of nails a day maximum.

It started out not setting the nails properly, and now the belt is not driving the nails at all. The belt driver winds up and then winds down and won't shoot. Out of 8 carpenters in my shop who purchased this gun, I am number 6 to have to return it due to this defect. We have been instructed not to purchase anymore until they work the bugs out.

It may be a fine tool for a handyman or a casual user, but if you're a professional and need a reliable nail gun, I would recommend sticking with a compressor and a traditional air brad nailer.

5-0 out of 5 stars All I can say is...WOW!
Just finished about 200 linear feet of baseboards, casings, and quarter-round. For the first half I used the old hammer and nail set, the second half I used the AF25 and was absolutely amazed at the results. The AF25 easily cut the install time in half and left me to concentrate on my cuts. The wind up time was not a bother, and you can still drive brads at a pretty good pace. I was trying to decide whether to go with this, or the Porter Cable pnumatic kit with the pancake compressor. With the Senco, there is no compressor to lug, no hoses to string, it's much quieter, and comes with 2 quick charge batteries so there should never be any down time. There is the drawback of not easily being able to add additional tools (like a framing nailer, etc.), but the brad driver will handle 90% of what I do (woodworking and casings) and I can get a framer with compressor later if needed (beware basement, your time is drawing near). The batteries are fully charged in less than an hour unless they are totally drained, then 1.5 hours. I had no trouble putting a 2" brad into solid ash anywhere from 1/4" proud of the surface to countersunk about 1/8".

Now when I see Norm say, "and I'll fasten this with a few brads to hold it 'till the glue dries", I can say, "hey, I can do that!"

I highly recommend this product, they put together a good package.

1-0 out of 5 stars Lacks durability
Great gun when it works. However, I have gone through at least 4 (have lost exact count) of these guns. Local repair shops cannot work on them so they have to be sent back to Senco. Senco has been great about sending out replacements (covered by warranty) but every replacement has also broken. There is an obvious durability issue. I currently have 2 of them waiting to be sent back and am buying 2 more air-powered guns to replace them with. If you need a gun that is reliable, look for something else.

5-0 out of 5 stars No Compressor or air lines!
I was a little skeptical when I purchased a Battery Powered brad nailer. But much to my suprize this really works and I mean good. It will shoot a 2 in brad through a 2X4!. There is no heavy air compressor to lug around and no air lines to get tangled up in. This is one of my most time saving purchases. Everyone that I have let borrow it have gone out and bought their own. Try one It will sell itself

5-0 out of 5 stars I borrow my brother in law's Senco
I read the negative reviews for the Senco AF25 nailer and I am surprised. I have used my brother in law's on and off for over a year to hang trim and finish furniture and I have yet to have a problem. In fact, I really like it! ... Read more

8. Senco SLS18 18-Gauge Finish Stapler, 1/2" - 1-1/2"
list price: $129.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B00006IZH7
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 907
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Full soft grip for comfort and control
  • Drives 18 gauge 1/4-inch crown staple from 1/2- to 1-1/2-inch
  • Adjustable depth-of -drive
  • One-year warranty
  • Includes case, fittings, repair tools, and oil

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Stapler
I purchased the SLS 18 stapler to secure luan underlayment in my kitchen/breakfast room. I shot over 5000 staples without any jamming, double fires, etc. In short, the stapler worked perfectly. In addition, the soft feel of the hand grip is very comfortable, although it is already showing signs of wear. ... Read more

9. Senco SLS20 Narrow Crown Stapler with Case
list price: $317.00
our price: $229.99
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Asin: B0000225KZ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 3972
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Senco air-powered tools are famous for their durability and features, and this finish stapler is no exception. The PowerPlus SLS20 is incredibly powerful yet surprisingly lightweight; combining an ergonomic design and a soft grip, it's also exceptionally easy to handle. Its magazine has the capacity to hold 168 18-gauge, 3/8- to 1-1/2-inch staples. We appreciate the adjustable depth-of-drive control that allows for precise countersinking, an especially important feature for furniture assembly. This stapler is also excellent for working on molding, trim, underlayment, soffits, and crafts. Safety is a chief concern with pneumatic staplers, and Senco pneumatic products include impressive safety features. A no-mar safety and restrictive trigger reduce the chances of accidental firings. The bottom-load magazine has a smart design, including a molded lever that keeps the magazine from accidentally opening. There's also a clear sight hole so you can check on the staple supply. Of course, only a well-maintained tool is a safe tool, and Senco designed the PowerPlus SLS20 with this in mind: this stapler never needs lubrication and has only one moving seal, resulting in virtually trouble-free operation. --Tom Kasperson ... Read more


  • No-mar pad
  • Lightweight, only 2-1/2 pounds
  • Adjustable depth-of-drive control
  • Oil-free design
  • E-Z Clear for jams

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Bit of a disappointment
I own a Senco FP25XP brad nailer and have been extremely satisfied with it - so when I decided to purchase a narrow crown stapler, I chose Senco again. My two options were the SLS20 (this one) or the SKS-L. The SLS20 was less expensive and reviewers here gave it good ratings so I ordered the SLS20.

When I received it, however, I was a bit disappointed. The cushion grip is not moulded like on the FP25, but is a piece of foam rubber wrapped around the handle and glued. And because of the way it's wrapped, it's unconfortable in your hand. Probably won't take very long before it begins to come unglued and looks all ratty.

The second disappointment was that the unit will not drive one inch staples into maple - it leaves the head proud by about 1/16. I checked the pressure on my compressor and it's in spec. The unit will drive 3/4 inch staples into maple.

The third disappointment was that the unit did not come with a case, even though Amazon advertises it as shipping with a case.

The fourth disappointment was when I found the SLS20 at a much lower price at a major home improvement store.

Overall, I'd recommend buying the SKS-L, or if you can tolerate the reduced power, go with a lower priced Senco stapler.

I returned the SLS20 and ordered the SKS-L. While the SKS-L has its own problems, it does have the power that the SLS20 is lacking.

5-0 out of 5 stars wrong picture people
The picture you have in the ad is of the senco brad nailer...Please fix it so as not to confuse the customers...

5-0 out of 5 stars Smooth
I've used this stapler quite extensively around the house and it has performed flawlessly. No jams, very smooth operation. Nothing more to say, this is the cream of the crop as far as narrow crown staplers go. It's worth the extra money.

5-0 out of 5 stars I wish everything was this good
The SLS 20 is much like the SLP 20 brad nailer. Pretty powerful for its size and very smooth in operation. It doesn't have as much power as the larger SKS staple gun which uses the same staples but weighs a lot more. In its favor the SKS will consistently sink 1 1/2" staples into hardwood all day long.The SLS fits into smaller spaces though so It's somewhat a trade off . Nevertheless Other mini 1/4 inch crown staplers don't compare. They don't have the same power and they don't fire with the same super smooth action. They also seem to recoil more which is a bother. If you've ever shot 18 GA. staples you know it doesn't take much to turn them into a pretzel. Any nail or screw behind your work surface will make quick work of these little fasteners. This gun is very easy to deal with in this situation. Just flip the EZ clear lever and you're back in business. Top it off with an adjustable depth of drive and oilless operatin and you have the best small 1/4" crown stapler in the industry. ... Read more

10. Senco SLP20 Brad Nailer with Case
list price: $262.00
our price: $139.99
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Asin: B0000225KX
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 3586
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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One of the most popular brad nailers on the market, this model from Senco is lightweight, oil free, and perfect for work on fine woods and trim. It has a comfortable foam grip and, at only 2.3 pounds, you'll be able to use it all day without having to worry about excessive arm fatigue. The nailer drives 5/8- to 1-5/8-inch medium- and slight-head brads and offers easy side loading and a handy jam-clearing feature. Since it's oil free, you can forget that morning maintenance ritual and--better yet--you won't have to worry about getting oil on fine woods. Overall, this is an easy-to-use unit that should be given serious consideration if you're looking for an everyday brad nailer. --Jonathon Tudor ... Read more


  • Oil-free design
  • Drives slight and medium heads
  • Lightweight, only 2.3 pounds
  • Easy side loading
  • E-Z Clear for jams

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars A REAL STRAIGHT SHOOTER
I know that some other less expensive nailers out there are very popular, and may perform just fine but, in my opinion this is the best brad nailer on earth.I say it's a work of art. It is so refined and sculpted inside and out it truley deserves A 5 star rating.Replacement parts and service centers are not a problem, when time is money.I wont bore you with all the projects I've done but, I will say they were a lot easier and hassle free using this tool.Senco is made right here in the good ol' U.S.A. and has a solid reputation.I'm not knocking some of the other brands out there. I'm just saying,you get what you pay for. Now get out there and build something.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT GUNS
... I have a Porter Cable finish nailer and it has performed flawlessly in the time I've had it. But, I knew the Senco is a better piece of equipment even though it is twice the price of the Porter Cable. In the time I've had the Senco brad nailer I have been totally satisfied. It's light, easy to handle and has virtually no kick back when fired. I'm delighted to have the better quality tool at nearly the same price.

3-0 out of 5 stars Has difficulty countersinking
I've used the SLP20 at work (remodeling), and overall think it's probably a good brad nailer. I suspect that the one we're using may have a defect or be wearing out (although it's relatively new). The majority of the time, ours fails to countersink any size of brad. Instead it flush drives the brads or leaves the head slightly above the wood surface. This means that we have to get out the nail set, which leaves a larger than desirable mark on the wood. It's time consuming to set the brads by hand, and unacceptable when we're working with stain-grade woods.

Recently a colleague bought a reconditioned Porter Cable BN200A to use instead of the Senco. The first one had misfiring problems, but the second one works fine. It's too early to know how the Porter Cable will hold up, but it sure is nice to have a brad nailer that can properly countersink the brads.

I've also used an Hitachi NT50AE that another finish carpenter at our jobsite really likes. For the price (it's the cheapest of the three on, I'd probably go with the Hitachi although I don't like the fact that it's a little taller than the others.

5-0 out of 5 stars happy woodworker
Love the gun is a multipurpose gun for woodworking

5-0 out of 5 stars Changed my life
A couple of years ago I embarked on a remodel of my house, and I was determined to perform all of the interior finish carpentry, and refurnish with Arts and Craft style furniture. After quite a bit of research I settled on two nailers, a Senco finish nailer and this SLP-20. Since that time I've used these tools to drive hundreds (thousands?) of nails and brads, into wood ranging from oak to soft pine, and they have never failed me. I now approach any nailing task with utter confidence in my tools, and I'm a better woodworker for it. I have never regretted spending somewhat more for my Senco nailers because they have never let me down. The one servicing need I had cleared up an air leak problem instantly, thanks to the folks at the service center. The SLP-20 is a high quality product, and is money well spent. If you're in the market for a brad nailer, this is the one to buy. ... Read more

11. Senco PC0960 FinishPro32 FP32 16 Gauge 1-1/4" - 2-1/2" Finish Nailer / Compressor Kit
list price: $299.00
our price: $279.99
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Asin: B0001X1Y1K
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 9112
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  • Drives 1-1/4"- 2-1/2" 16 gauge finish nails
  • Adjustable depth-of-drive and adjustable exhaust
  • 1.5 HP 2.5 gallon oil-less compressor
  • Contractor grade 1/4" x 25 ft rubber hose

12. Senco SKS-L Trim Stapler
list price: $412.00
our price: $279.99
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Asin: B0000225KY
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 9586
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Senco's SKS-L trim stapler is an excellent tool for a number of woodworking applications. In addition to cabinet, furniture, and molding assembly, it is also used on doors, window casings, trim, crating, agricultural boxes, fencing, and wood crafts. This medium-wire trim stapler is capable of driving 1/4-inch crown staples in lengths ranging from 7/8 to 1-1/2 inches. We found this model to be lightweight (only 4.2 pounds) and versatile, capable also of attaching aluminum and vinyl siding, underlayment, roofing sheathing, and decking materials. It holds 158 staples and comes with a restrictive trigger; however, Senco will provide a dual-action (bump-firing) trigger that allows for a firing rate of up to five staples per second. Senco is a pioneer of the oil-free industry--this stapler never needs lubrication, ensuring virtually trouble-free operation and low maintenance. The SKS-L is a great tool for general woodworking applications and beyond. --Tom Kasperson ... Read more


  • Weighs only 4.2lbs
  • For general woodworking applications
  • Totally oil-less operation
  • Drives staples 7/8 in. to 1-1/2 in. with a 1/4 in. crown
  • Virtually maintenance free

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Powerful Stapler but lacking in features
For some tasks, a staple provides a stronger attachment than a small headed nail. A nail depends upon friction between the nail and the wood for its holding power. Sometimes the material being attached just does not provide a good friction grip, although the underlying material does. In these cases, a staple works better because the crown traps some of the upper material between the two legs. The upper material can't come loose unless the staple pulls out or the material breaks. That's why I went in search of a stapler

Before I purchased this stapler, I tried the Senco SLS20 stapler. The SLS20 was just not powerful enough - it would not drive one inch staples into maple through a drawer bottom. This stapler solves that problem. It's powerful enough to handle any wood I choose. I also like the oilless feature, not only because there's no oil to mar the work I'm doing, but also because I always forget to oil nailers that require oil. Although I haven't owned this stapler long enough to comment, other users have commented that the SKS is rugged and reliable over time.

While the SKS is a powerful stapler, there are a number of shortcomings to it.

1. The unit is big and heavy which makes it hard to maneuver.
2. There's no depth adjustment on the gun (the documentation erroneously says there is). To change the depth adjustment you have to buy a different driver and install it, or grind the existing one. You won't change the drive depth very often with this unit.
3. The gun does not detect when it's out of staples but keeps firing (blanks). The operator has to notice that nothing is being driven and re-load the stapler. The driver marks the surface even though no staple is driven so it's not easy to notice that nothing is being driven.
4. The air exhaust is not adjustable so you get blasted in the face under certain conditions.
5. The documentation is miserable - worse manual I've ever seen.
6. The gun is extremely expensive when compared to other narrow crown staplers.

All-in-all, it appears to me that the SKS is an old design that Senco keeps around, perhaps because there's not enough competition in this segment of the market to cause them to bring out a more modern design. I would recommend shopping around before you buy the SKS. There must be better staplers out there but I don't have enough experience yet to recommend one to you.

Update May 4, 2004: After using the SKS-L stapler for a few months, an additional problem appeared. The spring on the magazine is fairly weak. When the magazine gets low, the spring is not strong enough to push the staples into firing position and the gun fires a blank. The problem is intermittent - the gun may miss two or three staples and then begin firing again for a few staples. Because of the marking of the wood by the driver, you can't tell if a staple has been driven except by attempting to lift the wood to see if it is attached. The problem does not happen when the magazine is full.

Senco support has been fairly responsive to my problem and is sending me replacement parts.

5-0 out of 5 stars Senko
This, by far is the best staple gun on the market(you will get what you pay for).. I've shot over 10,000 staples through everything from siding,sheathing to fence boards out of this stapler without one jamb. The oil-free feature makes it and even more "Must Have".. From the General Contractor to the "Weekender"..

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely the finest trim stapler on the market !
I have used this product for over ten years. It works well in every application from entertainment scenery fabrication to cabinet frames. This fastener range is excellent for the home user. It satisfies a wide variety of applications.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Professional Stapler
Senco has made perhaps the best pro-quality stapler on the market. I use this tool every day in my residential trim business, and I can say that it is built to last. ... Read more

13. Senco AF41 Air Free 1-1/4" to 2-1/5" 15-Gauge Brad Nailer
list price: $379.00
our price: $299.99
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Asin: B000066B58
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 5455
Average Customer Review: 3.17 out of 5 stars
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  • Belt hook
  • Drives up to 750 nails per charge
  • Includes two 14.4-volt/ah batteries
  • Adjustable depth of drive
  • No expensive and smelly fuel cells

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice gun.
I have owned this gun about a year now and it has been wonderful.
I have a SFN40 air gun which is very nice also but since I bought the AF41 I have not bothered to get the air gun out of the van. Both guns sit side by side and I always grab the AF41. I have never had a miss fire or a nail fail to set all the way. I don't work with 2" oak either. I can't imagine how Senco could improve this gun. I had paslodes in the past but the battery always was dead when I went to use it and they dont smell very good when used indoors.

2-0 out of 5 stars okay til it breaks...and it will
This gun is one of those products that you'll wonder how you ever did without eventually breaks down. And it's guaranteed that it will. I had the Air Free 41, along with the cordless brad nailer, and I was as happy as a clam with both of them. That is until they both eventually broke. The brad nailer broke on me 5 times and the finish nailer twice. Fortunately the HDepot carried them so I just returned them for a new one each time. Unfortunately, they no longer carry these items for reasons I can only guess might be that they were filling containers full of broken guns for return to Senco.

If you aren't going to use these guns for your livelyhood, then by all means get one. Make sure you have a backup compressor and gun just in case. By the way, Senco in south FL is no longer fixing these guns. The Dewalt rep will be happy to accomodate your repair for approximately half the cost of a new gun. What a bargain.

1-0 out of 5 stars good Idea poor product
I went through 5 of these guns and all failed. Luckily home depot took them all back. I spoke with a senco distributor who told me he sold 200 of these guns and had 180 returned. He said senco sent him some prototypes to try that all failed. He told senco that the gun wasn't ready for market, but they brought them out any way. I use senco air powered nail guns on a daily basis with tremendous satisfaction, but this gun is a loser.

5-0 out of 5 stars I Love this nail gun
I got mine at Christmas and have used it for about 3000 nails. All nails were 2 1/2 inch driven into pine, fir and oak. I have never had a problem or a jam. I have an 18 guage nailer and a framing nailer but I use the Senco now rather than these whenever possible because the Senco AF41 is cordless and easy to use.

I have been using it primarily for crown molding (1200 feet installed with the gun)and door jam nailing. The cordless operation is very nice for nailing molding. On a step ladder you can hold the molding with one hand and nail with this cordless gun in the other.

I did not know how handy this tool would be when I bought it but it is now one of my favorite tools.

5-0 out of 5 stars Expensive Toy - But Worth It.
I bought the AF-41 to help get some of those projects done that have been kicking around for a while. (At least that's what I told my wife.) It works as well as I expected...easy to use. A little heavy compared to an air tool but I'm not tripping over the hose. It especially handy for one- or two nail jobs.

A contractor working on my house tried it, and his comment was, "Hey, this is really slick!" He had been ready to go out to his truck and get his compressor, but finished the whole job with the AF-41, and it never missed a beat.

I've only had it a couple of months, but IMHO, this one's a keeper. ... Read more

14. Senco FP702XP FramePro 702XP 2" - 3-1/2" Full Round Head Framing Nailer
list price: $329.00
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Asin: B00008WFTA
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 20299
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Designed with the professional in mind, the 702XP is packing 904 inch/pounds of power in a maneuverable, comfortable nailer. The anodized sleeve offers additional strength and durability and the urethane sleeve cap protects the sleeve from wear. The magazine load is smooth; the comfort grip feels great in hand. Just a twist adjusts the exhaust a full 360 degrees. The 20-degree magazine offers unobstructed line-of-sight; drive depth adjusts with a well-placed thumbwheel. As with most quality nailers, you can choose between dual action or restrictive trigger firing mechanisms. The bonus palm nailer is a sturdy little helper that will reach places the 702XP can’t get to. A great combination for the exacting professional, perfect for framing, decking, sheathing, siding, subfloors and trusses.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Thumbwheel depth-of-drive control and EZ-Clear
  • Fixed firing valve one the Frame Pro 702 improves tool life and speed
  • Palm nailer allows for access to restricted spaces
  • Cushioned comfort grip on FramePro 702
  • |Overmold grip and trigger|360? tool-free adjustable exhaust|On-tool, stowable rafter hanger"

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Professional Grade, Well worth it.
A Professional framing nailer. Easy to adjust nail depth. Handy built-in hook for hanging on truss's while climbing. Plenty of power to drive any nails. Easy to reload and I am into my 5th case of 3.25 "Senco" nails without a jam. Hopefully by taking care of this new nailer it will build as many houses as my last one. Well worth the money for professional use....

2-0 out of 5 stars Not worth it - Get a Hitachi
I got it brand new from Home Depot last week. I bought it because I need a nailer to build my shed and I have heard Senco is the nailer of pro choice, and I expect "you get what you pay for" as this model is not cheap.

It only shoot less than 600 2 3/8" nails in the week. It jamed once in the first 100 shots. (OK to me.) Then the problem started developing more seriously. At the end, it jammed 3 times in 10 minutes. I couldn't continue my work. I hammered some nails manually and send the unit back to Home Depot.

BTW, I bought Hitachi NR83A from HD afterward. It is very reliable, lighter than the above Senco, and even...cheaper. Highly recommended.

Eric. ... Read more

15. AccuSet A101009 1" 23 Gauge Galvanized Micro Pin
list price: $8.58
our price: $8.99
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Asin: B0000225KL
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: AccuSet
Sales Rank: 330
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  • Pin designed for delicate projects such as craft assembly
  • Package includes 2,670 1" pins
  • 23 gauge galvanized pin
  • Convenient clam shell package

16. Senco A20 Pneumatic Palm Nailer
list price: $169.00
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B000087QPD
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 2433
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Here's a handy little nailer at a great price. Palm nailers have their fans, and if you're one of them, you'll like this model. Its 2.5 pounds are well-balanced and made even easier to handle because of the soft rubber palm pad and nice leather grip. One downside of palm nailers is the need to feed each nail individually, but the A20 features a magnetic nail guide that speeds up your driving. It's ideal for joust hangers, metal straps, and pole barn assembly. The home do-it-yourselfer will like it because it eliminates the dimpling that always goes along with hand nailing. Just a little pressure activates the firing mechanism for trouble-free fastening.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Leather grip reduces fatigue
  • Drives bulk nails from 5d to 70d
  • Balanced 2.5 pound weight
  • Soft rubber palm pad for comfortable grip
  • Magnetic nail guide for faster and easier driving

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Wrong photo as A9
I bought this model to replace an A9 that was stolen.
This is a poor substitute, for the A9, definitely not up to Senco's reputation. This appears to be a budget model. I use this tool weekly, I drive alot of 12d and 16d casing nails, they get jambed in the head, this never happend with the A9. Is probably fine for framing nails, hanger nails etc. I wish
senco would stick to quality tools only, not the budget market. ... Read more

17. Senco SCN40R Coil Roofing Nailer
list price: $491.00
our price: $349.99
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Asin: B0000225KS
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 16982
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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Frankly, it's hard to go wrong with air tools from Senco, and this coil roofing nailer is no exception. It can shoot 11-gauge full round-head roofing nails (from 7/8 to 1-1/2 inches); the magazine has a capacity of 120 nails. This is well-balanced gun, among the lightest roofing nailers on the market at only 5.2 pounds. We really appreciate Senco's Neverlube design, which uses a graphite seal and an internal lubrication system that eliminate the chance of oil staining your work and, of course, cut down on required maintenance. Because of the pin-and-hole locking system, it's virtually impossible to bump the magazine open, so you don't have to worry about spills the way you do with lesser coil nailers. Senco's other nice touches include their well-designed straight-drive guide body, which reduces jams, and the rubber bumpers on the body of the gun that prevent it from sliding down the roof. This nailer has a toolless depth-of-drive adjustment, too, so you don't have to climb down off a roof and hunt for a tool to make a minor adjustment. The gun also comes with an adjustable shingle reveal gauge, a handy bonus feature you won't find in many of the competing nailers. The SCN40 is a sturdy, top-of-the-line roofing nailer, with all the attention to detail Senco is known for. We rank it among the top two or three in its class for weight, reliability, and performance. --Brian Trinen ... Read more


  • Neverlube design
  • 5.2 pounds
  • High load capacity of 120 nails
  • Drives 11gauge, flat round head nails from 3/4 to 1-1/2 inches
  • Adjustable depth-of-drive

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great nailer
I bought the nailer initially to install cement backer board for tile. The first nailer I had was a Porter Cable and it jambed on me enough that I took it back after the first use. The Senco is a breeze to use. It has enough power to drive through cement boards with ease. Well I ended up using it to do some big roofing jobs and it worked like a charm. The nailer will go as fast as you can lay shingles. It doesn't use a lot of air either. I use it with a Dewalt 4 gallon compressor and it kicks the compressor on after about 20 nails. As with Senco products I suggest you use Senco nails for it. I tried several cheaper brands and I was not satisfied. Bottom line is if you want a good roofing nailer that you won't have to replace anytime soon then buy this one. If you want to skimp on price buy a cheaper brand. You will be sorry you did.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another fine product from Senco
I rented one of these from a local hardware store for a roof I did and had not a single problem with it. I've used various other Senco nailers in the past and been very happy with each and every one of them. I've got another job now that requires a roofing nailer, and this is the one I'm buying. Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars rental dealer

3-0 out of 5 stars Senco SCN40R or SCN40R?
I purchased a Senco Coil Roofing nailer SCN40R for ceramic tile backer board and roofing. Because of its name in the construction field and the guys on jobsites always saying good things about Senco. After many hours of research of other coil nailers Senco became the choice. I purchased one at a local supplier along with a box of inexpensive coil nails (7200) and went to work. It was great, powerful, light, easy to load, nice depth of adjustment, and a spring lock pin for the door.
Adjustable operating pressure is 70-120 psi, worked well for my needs. The next time out the trigger started leaking this is after approximately 800 nails now remember this is a no oil gun self lubricating graphite rings. I called my supplier which suggested returning it for exchange, I did. The next one went to work and after about 400 nails the foam handle pad started to bubble and depth of drive control became inconsistant at a constant 100 psi ending up driving a few nail heads by hand. I emailed Senco tech support about this and the reply suggested I "Pop the bubble with a pin and try adjusting the depth guide" Not what I call real tech support. I mentioned this to the supplier and again suggested just return it. I did, And... bought another one! I refuse to believe three in a row, I'll let you know.

5-0 out of 5 stars Smooth!
I used this nailer(new) recently and really enjoyed using it. No jams and was very easy to insert coil nails. I also have a Senco palm nailer and enjoyed using that too. I don't know enough to say how long it will last but it is built really good. The cover for coil nail is made of plastic but it looks strong though. ... Read more

18. Senco FP701XP FramePro 701XP 2" - 3-1/2" Clipped Head Framing Nailer
list price: $329.00
our price: $299.99
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Asin: B0002PS87K
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 11304
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  • 2 year warranty
  • Overmold grip and trigger
  • 360-degree tool-free adjustable exhaust
  • On-tool, stowable rafter hanger
  • Thumbwheel depth-of-drive control and EZ-Clear

19. Senco FP32 FinishPro 32 1-1/4" to 2-1/2" 16 Gauge Finish Nailer
list price: $179.00
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B00006F707
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 5632
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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  • No-mar pad and belt hook
  • FinishPro32 drives 16 gauge finish nails 1-1/4 to 2-1/2 inches
  • Includes case,fittings,repair tools,oil and a fastener rebate.
  • 1-year warranty
  • Adjustable depth-of-drive

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good performance, value
I've been using the FP32 for only a few weeks so I can't comment on durability, but I've been happy with the performance-value aspect. Previous reviewer dissed foam grip which is definitely cheapo (one star deduction). But for the price it shoots nails nicely and has a decent length range which is 1-1/4" to 2-1/2". Also, depth adjustment works well (air must be disconnected to adjust). Nail track is beveled at tail which helps fit in some tight spots--but not like an angle nailer. To unload nails, just depress the lever through the finger hole in the spring-loaded lever and out they slide. Also a 1/4" male coupler is included (which is new for Senco, I think).

3-0 out of 5 stars Good value with some limitations
When my wife asked me to install some crown molding, I figured that this was the time to invest in a compressor and nail gun. The FinishPro 32 looked like a good value and, for the occasional user, it certainly is. The instruction book is very limited and I have yet to find out how to unload nails from the unit. The straight magazine makes getting into some tight spots a little more difficult than an angled nailer would be but, for the difference in price, the nail guns with an angled magazine were not worth it to me. The foam grip on the handle began to disintegrate by the time I had driven a couple hundred nails. If I were running a production shop, this would not be the gun I would choose but, for my home improvement and furniture building chores it has been serving me quite well. I would buy it again. ... Read more

20. Senco SFN30 1"- 2" Finish Nailer with Case
list price: $359.00
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B0000226BW
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Senco
Sales Rank: 1318
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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A longtime leader in the pneumatic nailer industry, Senco has encountered tough competition from other brands in recent years. Showing they're up to the challenge, Senco recently redesigned much of their line, including their finish nailers. The SFN30 is a lightweight gun (only 3.6 pounds) and comes with a comfortable rubber grip, making it an easy gun to work with all day without suffering hand/arm fatigue. It fires 15-gauge finish nails ranging from 1 to 2 inches in length. Using the depth-of-drive adjustment, we were able to achieve a uniform countersink with every shot. We really appreciate Senco's Neverlube design, which requires no oiling and eliminates the chance of getting oil overspray on the woodwork--it's a great innovation that the competition (to remain competitive) will have to pick up on soon. The SFN30 comes with a no-mar safety tip and allows you full access to the firing chamber to clear jams should the need arise (it didn't in our tests). There's also a handy built-in belt hook. While most Senco nailers come with an adjustable exhaust port, this model doesn't, a bit of a disappointment. It's an undeniably good solid finish nailer, though; with its Neverlube design, Senco continues to set the industry standard. --Brian Trinen ... Read more


  • One-year warranty
  • Industrial quality
  • Never-lube design
  • Adjustable depth of drive
  • Lightweight and well balanced

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME
This tool is light weight and comfortable to use.It is made of an indestructible poly material which in my opinion is every bit as durable as the more traditional aluminum housing.I've had no problems with jamming or the no mar nose piece. The belt hook well..... I didn't find it useful, thats not to say you wont.This is a professional quality tool that would make a nice addition to any mans shop. It's user friendly too,with top or bottom re-build kits readily available should you ever need one. I do have a few small gripes about this tool and senco.The exhaust port you cant adjust,the air fitting that dosen't come with the tool.Why dosen't senco offer smaller packs of their brand nails.The smallest box of galvenized I could find was 4,000.I do recommend this tool it truely is awesome.Made in america and built to last.Now get out there and build something

5-0 out of 5 stars I keep this one for me
What a lovely finish nailer. If you don't need to fire 2 1/2" nails then this gun is even better than the SFN40, it is lighter and better balanced. A lot of peolpe are raving about how the new Bostitch will fire into cinder block and the like - c'mon guys these are FINISH nailers. Anybody who has used a firearm will tell you that the lighter the gun the more recoil. You have to strike a balance and with Senco's usual quality, reliability, and oiless design I'll take this one every time.

3-0 out of 5 stars needs improvement
I've had this nailer for about 3 years now and shot through several boxes of nails. I've changed my original mark of four stars to three stars. I've been having some major problems with my nailer double shooting. I haven't had these problems before but they are occuring more often which tells you something about the integrity of the tool. As a cabinet maker this has caused me a lot of extra work fixing the damage. Not too mention the danger factor. Another issue is the fixed exaust port. It would be nice to ba able to control its direction. And finally the nails Senco uses have a more round head on them which makes for a bigger hole to fill. This bigger nail head also tends to spilt the wood more. I'm putting this nailer on the shelf and looking into Paslode or Bostich.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Nailer
I love this nailer. Light,ergonomic and powerful. Gets in tight places and has never jammed. Use mostly with oak and cherry without problem. Highly recommend! ... Read more

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