By Hitachi

NT65MA4(S) by Hitachi
Magazine Angle34 Degrees
Nail Length Capacity1-1/4" - 2-1/2"
Nail Diameter15-Gauge
Magazine TypeRear Loading
Nail Capacity100 Nails
Operating Pressure70-120 PSI
LxWxH13-9/16" x 3-1/4" x 12"
Weight4.2 lbs
2-1/2" 15-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer with Air Duster

The NT65MA4(S) 15-gauge angled finish nailer features a new, non-slip elastomer grip trigger and ergonomically designed simple flip actuation switch. It is the ideal nailer for installing crown and base moldings, window and door casings, chair rails, cabinets, exterior trim and staircases. The compact body and angled magazine make for easier placement and operation in tight angles. The integrated air duster clears debris from the work site allowing for faster and cleaner job completion. The NT65MA4(S) accepts 15-gauge nails from 1-1/4" up to 2-1/2" in length.

  • Equipped with a non-slip elastomer grip trigger
  • Ergonomically designed simple flip actuation switch allows for either sequential or contact nailing
  • Integrated air duster can be used to clear away dust and debris from the work surface in preparation for nailing or gluing
  • Tool-less, easy to clear nose for quick nail extraction should a nail jam during use
  • Tool-less depth of drive dial adjusts for flush fastening into varying materials for improved control and a professional finish
  • 360-degree fully adjustable exhaust portal directs air exhaust away from the user or work piece
  • Only 4.2 lbs for minimal fatigue, while increasing maneuverability
  • 34-degree magazine angle allows the user to reach into corners or tight spaces with ease
  • No-mar tip protects the work surface from damage and can be removed if not needed
  • Rubber grip adds comfort and a secure hold
  • Accepts 15-gauge nails ranging in length from 1-1/4" up to 2-1/2"
  • Factory installed air fitting is angled upwards to keep the compressor hose conveniently out of the way of the user and work piece
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