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September 28, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros


Manufacturer: Bostitch

We have up-to-date info on Bostitch tools, having done dozens of hands-on reviews with their pneumatic nailers and cordless tools. We’ll tell you which products framers and carpenters can trust to get the job done on time.

Best Framing Nailer Shootout and Review: Pneumatic and Cordless

Best Framing Nailer Reviews and Head-to-Head Results 2021

Finding the best framing nailer for your work means different things to different Pros. Are you a framer or a remodeler? Is price the biggest issue, or is it driving power, weight, or recoil? No matter what your priorities, chances are our Pro team has considered it in this head-to-head review. Of course, we put […]

Review7.1(out of 10)
Bostitch cordless framing nailer

Bostitch Cordless Framing Nailer – BCF30PTM1

Bostitch entered two models into our Framing Nailer Shootout back in July. One was their pneumatic F21PL2 that impressed us with an overall 5th place finish. This model, the BCF30PTM1 Bostich cordless framing nailer, does away with the hoses in favor of a 20V Max battery pack. But can this cordless edition hang with the solid performance […]

Review8.5(out of 10)
Bostitch Framing Nailer

Bostitch Framing Nailer Review – F21PL2

When framing or roofing, it helps to have the right tools for the job. But how do we settle on that “right” tool? With so many varieties on the market, we can struggle to figure out which model suits our needs best. We recently got a hold of both pneumatic and cordless models from a […]

Bostitch Cordless Framing Nailer Coming This Fall

Bostitch Cordless Framing Nailer Coming This Fall

Due for a fall release in 2017, Bostitch unveils plans for their new line of cordless framing and finish nailers. Each Bostitch cordless framing nailer will run on the brand’s 20V Max battery as will the finish models. The new line includes an 18 GA Brad Nailer, 16 GA Straight Finish Nailer, a 15 GA FN […]

BOSTITCH Anti-Vibe Hammer Tacker

Bostitch Anti-Vibe Hammer Tacker

One of the leading causes of injury on the jobsite caused by long term exposure is vibration. It doesn’t care how strong you are or how good your grip is, it just slowly works on joints until they don’t work well anymore. While the most common culprits are aggressive tools like reciprocating saws or rotary […]

2014 Pro Tool Innovation Awards

2014 Pro Tool Innovation Awards – Pneumatic Tools

Pneumatic tools… tools that are powered by air. Ever since I got my first air rifle, I’ve been amazed at just how much power compressed air can deliver. Dominated by nailers this year, here’s a look at the best pneumatic tools that the year has to offer for the 2014 Pro Tool Innovation Awards. Winner […]

Review8.9(out of 10)
Bostitch EHF1838K flooring nailer

Bostitch EHF1838K 18 ga Flooring Stapler Review

Bostitch EHF1838K 18 Gauge Engineered Flooring Stapler Kit Bostitch is no newcomer to the fastener market.  They introduced their first Model AO desk stapler in 1914, and they released the first Coil Nailer back in 1965, the model N2.  When it comes to fastening 3/8” engineered hardwood over a wood subfloor, you can’t just reach […]

Bostitch Cordless Power Tools

We enjoy the opportunity to review a new power tool when it is developed, but when a company tells us they are coming out with an completely new line of power tools, we get really excited! Bostitch has announced the launch of their new professional power tool line consisting of several new Bostitch corded tools […]

Bostitch Smart Point Brad Nailer Review

In the world of pneumatic nailers there’s not much that excites me anymore, unless we’re talking about brad nailers and Jennifer Aniston in the same sentence. And then I came across the 18 gauge Bostitch Smart Point brad nailer. It’s not Jennifer, but to a guy who works as a carpenter all day, it’s at […]

Bostitch MFN-201 Manual Flooring Cleat Nailer Kit Review

Bostitch MFN-201 Manual Flooring Cleat Nailer Kit Review

While it is not everyday that we need to install tongue and groove flooring, we recently had an opportunity to put down about 2000 square feet of 6” wide cypress. The cypress is a lot softer then say oak or bamboo but the process is the same for all kinds of both pre-finished and post-finished nail-down flooring. To do this project we probably should have used a pneumatic floor nailer, but since we fell into a really good deal on a pair of Bostitch MFN-201 Manual Flooring Cleat Nailer Kits, we went this route.