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Model#: SENN9S0001N

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SENCO 9S0001N FinishPro16XP 16-Gauge Finish Nailer

  • SENCO 9S0001N FinishPro16XP 16-Gauge Finish Nailer
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The FinishPro16XP 16 gauge nailer delivers Senco's legendary performance in a rugged, lightweight package. Built with an ultra durable magnesium body and a stamped-spring EZ-Clear latch system, the FinishPro16XP virtually eliminates downtime and fastener jamming.
  • Uses 16 gauge straight strip finish nails
  • Fastener range: 3/4 in. to 2-1/2 in.
  • EZ-Clear latch design allows for quick and easy jam clearing
  • Tool Free Depth-of-Drive
  • Push button integrated air duster
  • Rotatable belt hook
  • FinishPro16XP 16-Gauge Finish Nailer - 9S0001N
  • Wrenches
  • Tool Oil
  • No-Mar Pad
  • Plug
  • Case
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warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm --


Series: FinishPro
Length: 12 in.
Width: 4 in.
Height: 11.375 in.
Weight: 4 lbs.
Air Inlet Size: 1/4 in
Average Air Consumption (SCFM): 2.22
Depth of Drive: Tool-Free
Fastener Collation: Plastic Strip Collation
Fastener Length (Max.): 2-1/2 in
Fastener Length (Min.): 3/4 in
Fastener Type: Finish Nails
Firing Modes: Sequential Actuation
Lubrication: Oil-Free
Magazine Type: Bottom Loading
Nail Gauge: 16
Operating Pressure (PSI): 70-120
Powered Tool Power Source: Pneumatic
Tip Style: Non-Marring



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No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Uncomfortable to Use
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Not like the old Senco
I have been wanting this nailer since it came out last year, but none of my local suppliers have gotten it in stock yet. While I was waiting I purchased a Hitachi that was terrible and would not sink nails into the same material that my previous generation Senco would. So I figured I would buy this new Senco online and give it a try. First impression I didn’t like it at all, the ergonomics felt way off. I have big hands and the trigger is a bit difficult for me to reach comfortably. I compared it next to my brand new, previous generation 16 gauge straight Senco nailer and the handle and trigger are much higher than the previous model which just makes the gun feel cumbersome. But, I put all those thoughts aside and figured I would base my review on its performance. First off, loading nails is not as easy as it should be, it just isn’t “easy”, and when shoving countless strips of nails into a gun in a day you shouldn’t have to think about how awkward it is to load nails every time. Using the gun it did perform decently. It sinks nails well, but I have had a couple goofy shots where it just didn’t fire right and the nails were left proud. One of the most irritating things is that it has a dry-fire lockout which is great, but the last nail falls out of the tip of the gun every time!! So I have to stop and open the tip and remove the nail which is just frustrating. And to top it off, it smells funny, and the smell is there whenever I open the case and I get a waft of it from time to time while using it. All-in-all, the good power and Senco name do not overcome the faults of this gun. The ergonomics are not good, and when using a gun all day and shooting hundreds of nails I want a gun that’s easy and comfortable to use. I don’t know if I’ll return it or not, but it looks like I’ll have to go back to one of my old 16 gauge straight nailers since this one just isn’t going to cut it. Every gun that I’ve had in my hands since Kyocera bought them out has been garbage. It’s so sad to see a great American company like Senco go down the drain.
June 5, 2019
3 months ago
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