Bostitch 2 - 3-1/2 in. Wire Weld Framing Nailer F28WW

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Product Details

The Bostitch 2 - 3-1/2 in. Wire Weld Framing Nailer has a lightweight, magnesium design. It weighs only 7.6 lb. and features 1,050 in.-lb. of driving power to handle tough engineered lumber applications. The nailer features an adjustable push-button depth guide that sets nails to desired depths quickly and conveniently. It has a notched, 16 in. on-center layout indicator that helps achieve the correct distance between studs quickly without the use of a tape measure.


  • Adjustable exhaust port : Yes
  • Air Tool Type : Air Nailer
  • Assembled Depth (in.) : 20 in
  • Assembled Height (in.) : 14.25 in
  • Assembled Width (in.) : 16.13 in
  • Collation Type : Wire Weld
  • Color Family : Orange
  • Color/Finish : Gold,Black
  • Energy Star Compliant : No
  • Fastener Length Range : 2 In. - 3-1/2 In.
  • Fastener collation : Wire weld
  • Fastener depth control : Yes
  • Fasteners Used : 28-degree wire collated stick nails
  • Fasteners included : No
  • Height : 14.25 in
  • Housing Material : Magnesium
  • Item Package Type : Plastic Container
  • Item Weight : 7.7 lb
  • Loading type : Strip
  • Maximum fastener size (in.) : 3.5
  • Minimum fastener size (in.) : 2.0
  • Operating Pressure (psi) : 70-120psi.
  • Store Sell UOM : EA-Each
  • Strip or Coil : Strip
  • Tool Weight : 7.6 lb

Reviews (11)

  • jhawk76
    2 years, 4 months ago at Home Depot
    Kansas, USA

    4.0 / 5.0

    I love this gun. I have owned three Bostitch framing nailers, and they all have performed very well. I am a custom home builder and remodeler, and sometimes my guns are used constantly for an entire 8 hour day. I was excited to find out that they finally put a framing hook on the gun to hold it to 1 1/2" thick lumber. But, after only about an hour of use, the plastic hook broke off !! They need to use metal like Bosch . . .

  • Tacobely
    2 years, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Oklahoma City, OK, USA

    5.0 / 5.0

    I've never owned a framing nailer before and this one did everything I needed and was simple to operate. Great purchase for me!

  • Woodrow
    2 years, 9 months ago at Home Depot

    5.0 / 5.0

    Love it. Did I really frame by hand in the old days? Used with a 150 PSI Pancake compressor. Set regulator at 100 PSI to sink nails exactly to depth. No jamming; misfires etc. Only occasionally double fires. Lightweight; Wife used without incident :-)

  • BarefootAllen
    3 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot

    5.0 / 5.0

    I had a Bostitch nailer give 30 years of framing & contractor service, that's why I bought this one.They are build tough. I was tough on the old one & will be tough on this one.

  • bmb3933
    4 years ago at Home Depot
    Zanesville, Ohio

    4.0 / 5.0

    I would recommend this product to my friends in a heart beat. It packs a punch and cuts down on the labor time. Saving time with building the framework of you new addition or whatever your job is will help you move on to the next scheduled task! Although it has the inconvenience of a hose its a small price to pay for excellence.

  • jbas342
    4 years, 1 month ago at Home Depot
    alma mi

    4.0 / 5.0

    I Have used the nailer many times for big and little chores new and old and they all seem to work real nice.

  • MARK1976
    4 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot

    5.0 / 5.0


  • TCOB
    4 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot
    Syracuse, NY

    5.0 / 5.0

    This gun is the old stand by for framing guns. Almost every jobsite has one It is a grat deal for the price.

  • shayhoe
    4 years, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Florence, SC

    5.0 / 5.0

    There is nothing worse than a bad tool when your trying to get a job done. This nailer has been worth every penny I spent.

  • OlaFarm
    5 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot
    Kaufman, TX

    5.0 / 5.0

    I have had mine now for about 3 years. In reference to what a previous ratting said. I prefer wire or welded nail strips to paper or plastic.With this type on nailer, its almost impossible for the nailer to jamb due to nail miss-alignment.

  • superchuckles
    7 years, 8 months ago at Home Depot
    Sacramento, CA

    5.0 / 5.0

    ok, so it's a 28 degree nailer, but it has the ability to shoot round (or oval) or clipped head nails, depending on who you buy them from. the thing that takes a little getting used to if you're used to using another trigger system is the smart trigger. don't get me wrong, it's a great feature, you just have to remember which way you start off in. the built in (on) ruler is cool for real quick measurement of stud locations when you're doing siding. if you never plan on using it for contact nailing, then there's no reason to install the smart trigger (might as well stick with the gray seq trigger) just for safetys sake. only real downside is having to use the weld nails, but i've read somewhere they can also use other manufacturers nails - just can't confirm this personally.