SENCO DA21EPBN 15-Gauge 2 in. Bright Basic Angled Finish Nails (4,000-Pack)

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SENCO DA21EPBN 15-Gauge 2 in. Bright Basic Angled Finish Nails (4,000-Pack) Model: sennda21epbn

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SENCO DA21EPBN 15-Gauge 2 in. Bright Basic Angled Finish Nails (4,000-Pack)

Details
In many cases, SENCO fasteners exceed all requirements, including joint strength. SENCO certifies that the power required to pull one of their fasteners from the joint exceeds the strength of the wood, plywood, OSB, etc. that it fastens. This ensures a dependably strong connection when fastening two materials together. SENCO specifies appropriate tools for each fastener and their fasteners are engineered to fit and guaranteed to work. Quality is guaranteed by having each employee stamp the fastener box with a unique identifying stamp to certify the product meets SENCO's standards. In all, SENCO fasteners stand for consistency and reliability, every time, every box.
Features:
  • Finish nails are great for moulding, picture frames, assembly trim, and cabinetry building
  • Fewer tool jams when using Senco nails versus competitors' nails
  • For use with Senco models FinishPro 41XP, FinishPro 35, SFN40, SFN30, SFN1, SFN2B, SN1
  • Also compatible with Dewalt, Hitachi, Porter Cable, Accuset, Airy, Campbell Hausfeld, Craftsman and DuoFast,
What’s Included:
  • (4000) 15-Gauge x 2 in. Bright Basic Angled Finish Nails - DA21EPBN
Length
2 in.
Weight
8.76 lbs.
Color
Silver, Gold
Fastener Angle
34 Degrees
Fastener Gauge
15
Fastener Length
2 in
Fastener Type
Finish Nails
Finish
Bright Finish
Head Style
Brad
Point Style
Chisel
Quantity
4000
Shank Type
Smooth

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Excellent nails,it upsets me that I can't go down to home depot or Lowe's to purchase these.they are made in the USA unlike other finish nails that are sold.they were delivered on time pack ed well so there were none broken.
November 25, 2016

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what angle are these
Scott on Apr 23, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The angle on these nails is 34 degrees.