at your fingertips too. We like the
quality built into this tool, from the magnesium housing
to the easily adjustable air deflector and muffler, as
well as the convenient rafter hook for storage. The
non-marring nosepiece won’t deface your work surface, and
there’s even a self-cleaning air filter in the tool
handle, keeping dust and dirt out of the tool’s workings –
and that means longer tool life. In hand, this nailer
feels great: light, comfortable, agile, and beautifully
balanced. Tool-free depth adjustment is on-the-mark
reliable, fast and easy. Contractors and roofers can’t go
wrong with this one.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste
Amazon.com Product Description
Milwaukee Round Head Framing Nailer is the lightest tool
in its class at just 7.4 lbs. It features an ultra
lightweight magnesium housing that helps to minimize
fatigue, plus its compact size offers greater
maneuverability. The tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment
gives you precise depth control and protects against
overdriving nails. This unit also features a selectable
trigger that allows you to choose sequential or contact
actuation by simply turning a knob. An in-handle
self-cleaning air filter extends life by preventing dirt
and debris from entering the tool. The tool-free
adjustable exhaust with muffler directs exhaust away from
the work area. This nailer comes with a removable no-mar
tip that prevents damage to the workpiece. It also
features a reload indicator that alerts the user when
nearly out of nails, plus the rear-loading magazine with
bypass pusher allows quick loading and unloading of
fasteners. Also features an internal piston catch, rubber
over-molded handle and trigger, and an adjustable rafter
hook for storage when not in use.
PSI 70 to 120; 22-degree collation angle; air consumption
.16 cu. ft./cycle at 100 PSI; air inlet 3/8" NPT; magazine
capacity 64-72; net weight 7.5 lbs.
What’s in the Box
7100-20 Round Head Framing Nailer, safety glasses, 2 oz
oil, 4mm and 5mm hex wrench.
Framing, sheathing, roof sheathing, floor decking,
exterior decks, engineered lumber, blocking, bridging,
sub-assemblies, fencing, crate and box assembly, trusses,
siding, pallets and pallet repair.
A little note, August 11, 2006
My Milwaukee 7100-20 has just arrived, I found some thing
a little bit interesting, Made in Taiwan. I can't find
this kind of information from nether Amazon nor Milwaukee
website until the box is opened. Similar nailer from
Bostitch, Made in U.S.A. ( they say so in Technical
details ) same price range.
Milwaukee Really "Nailed it"!!, April 17, 2006
Reviewer: Farner- "John"
I just picked up 5 of these for my crew. We have used
several different brands in the past, but these are hands
down our favorite. The unit is very light weight, which is
important when you are using it all day. This gun also has
a switch that you can flip with your thumb to change it
from single fire to contact fire. The other feature that I
really like is that it has a reload inidcator that lets
you know when you are out of nails.
I will update again when we have used them for a few
months, but as of right now I couldn't be happier with all
the features that this gun has.
Milwaukee 7100-20 3-1/2" Round Head Framing Nailer