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Light-weight and ergonomically designed, this pneumatic stapler weighs just 11 pounds.
The 23SXP and the 23LXP pinners sport all the essential features and look durable. Check out our field test results to see how they fared.
See how the new 18-volt Senco DS215-18V autofeed screw gun fared in our field-testing.
Bar-raising products from the annual Specialty Tools & Fasteners Distributors Association trade show
Two Senco hardware nailers are put to the test
Straight and angled 16-gauge nailers join this compressed air-powered product line.
When I heard that Senco was introducing a new cordless finish nailer, I was both excited and skeptical — excited because I dislike using hoses, and skeptical because as a long-time user of cordless finish guns I am aware of their shortcomings.
At just over 5 pounds and with adjustable depth-of-drive, the Senco SCN49 coil siding nailer accepts wire and plastic collated nails from 1 1/4 to 2 1/2 inches.
Recently I tested two nailers introduced in 2008. In keeping with the trend toward more compact framing guns, the SN902XP is Senco's smallest, lightest framer yet. DeWalt's D51850, by contrast, is larger and heavier than any of the company's previous models.
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