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Thursday, February 25, 2010
New! Better, faster, stronger, it drives nails as fast as you can! It takes a quantum leap over the competition with new steel O’ rings, a more aggressive nose piece and New Fuel + Nail Combo Packs so you never run out of fuel before you run out of nails.

■Portable, freedom on the jobsite without hoses or compressors
■Powerful enough to drive 3 1/4" nails in the toughest lumber using new tip coated nails (available only with NEW Fuel + Nail Combo Packs)
■NEW Heavy-duty rafter/belt hook for taking jobsite abuse
■NEW Non-slip grip provides comfort and reduces hand fatigue
■Tool-less nail adjustment changes nail depth in an instant
■Nail lockout feature prevents blank fires
■Tool-free depth of drive adjustment
■Compact size fits between 16" o.c. studs, joists and roof trusses

■CF325 Cordless Framing Nailer
■1 free orange quicklode™ fuel cell*
■Rechargeable 6V oval battery
■2-hour AC battery charger
■Rugged carrying case
■Owner's manuals
■Safety glasses
■5/32" Hex Wrench
*Only available in Fuel + Nail Packs (sold separately)


by: B&C Fasteners
Friday, January 2, 2009

Makita Impact Drills have pushed technology to the edge. The innovative researchers at Makita have strived to make the best impact drill on the market today. Impact drills are designed to drive screws, lag bolts, nuts, etc. This tool gives you the ability to drive screws fast and furious. Makita Impact Drills offer you the speed and flexibility to get your job finished quickly and effectively.

Impact drivers are different from hammerdrills. When an impact driver senses resistance, torque increases so the bit is less likely to slip out of the screw head than it would with a regular drill. While capable of drilling holes, they are mainly used for projects, which require driving a large number of screws -- such as building a deck. The Makita Impact Drills can handle any challenge thrown their way. With a lightweight, durable design, these drills will make all of your projects easier on you.

Makita Impact Drills come in multiple sizes for different uses. Regardless if you are looking for a professional grade tool, or a tool for your garage at home, Makita has stepped up to the plate and made you the offer. The durability of these impact drills will let you know that you have purchased a premium tool. The lightweights of these impact drills will allow you to work longer and finish your project faster.

With Lithium-Ion technology, the batteries of the cordless impact drills will give you the ability to transport your equipment nearly everywhere. These batteries often offer 300 percent longer run time than regular cordless batteries. The premium chargers will have your drill up and running in a matter of minutes. These smart chargers will turn themselves off when your drill has finished charging. Be sure to stop by Bcfast.com to view all of our Makita products today.

by: B&C Fasteners
Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Knowing the exact nailer to purchase for an individual job is not always as easy as it seems. It is a common mistake, especially for the novice, to purchase the tool before they are sure exactly what is needed for their particular job. One such instance is when purchasing a framing nailer. Before you purchase the nailer you will want to literally sum up how difficult the job is going to be. Will you be purchasing a framing nailer for just this project or will you be planning to use it later on? If the nailer is going to be used for more than one job, it will need to be tough enough to stand the test of time. Having your nailer quit on you right after or especially during a task, doesn't make for a very happy situation or builder.

Another thing to look for in your framing nailer is whether or not it has the right amount of power for the job you are using it for. This will depend on the material that you are using to frame with. Of course the bigger/heavier the material the larger nails you will need to hold your frame together. The framing nailer you need for the project will depend on these items. Take the time to know your project before you make a hasty purchase that just might not fit your project.

Most framing nailers are specially designed to take the wear and tear that can come from framing a home. This design makes the framing nailer a good versatile choice and allows it to be widely used by most home builders. A good framing nailer is a great tool for the handyman as well as the professional contractor.

Just like any other handy gadget or tool, advances are always being made toward building a better nailer. Newer framing nailer models are now able to give more extensive holding power by using nails with round heads. They have come a long way since the days of framing walls with your grandfather's hammer and nails. Although this method still holds tried and true, the framing nailer, of course, is much faster and easier to use.

Another decision you might find yourself making is whether you want to purchase a pneumatic nailer or a cordless framing nailer. This decision is going to be based on the versatility that you need from your framing nailer. The pneumatic nailer will require the use of an air compressor, while the cordless framing nailer works off a motor that drives the nail with the force of an explosion. The cordless framing nailer will offer you the ability to reach awkward angles. It will also free you up from carrying around compressors that a pneumatic nailer requires. If you are a less experienced builder you may find that the cordless framing nailer is easier to use. You may also find that the cordless framing nailer will better fit your budget because of the lack of accessories you will need to use it. You will find yourself replacing a fuel cell for your cordless nailer rather than having to purchase an air compressor.

The key, once again, to picking the correct nailer is knowing your project. Take a look at all of the different framing nailers on the market before you make your decision. Ask yourself the appropriate questions, weigh out the situation and then choose the framing nailer that works best for you and your project.

by: B&C Fasteners
Thursday, October 2, 2008

The Makita 18V LXT 4pc Cordless Combo Kit is one of the finest combination kits on the market today. For over 90 years Makita has brought top quality products to the consumers who crave premium tools. This combo kit allows you to have multiple Makita tools in one package. You will receive the tools that have the latest technology and power.

The Makita 18V LXT407 4pc Cordless Combo Kit gives you the pieces of equipment that will keep your business or home running efficiently and effectively. You will receive the wonderful technology that LXT Lithium-Ion batteries have to offer. These batteries have longer run times and a longer lifetime work time. They simply outperform all the other batteries in the business. Your premium charger will have your batteries charged in a hand full of minutes to keep you working and completing your tasks.

The ½ inch Hammer Driver-Drill that you will receive will give you all the power you need to finish your job. Even with the new 4-pole motor, this drill is only 3.9 pounds to keep you working longer. The Impact Driver in this package gives you 1,280 in. lbs. of torque with 0-3,200 IPM and weighs only 3.3 pounds. This driver is 40 percent more compact against other leading drivers.

The godfather of your package is the Reciprocating Saw. This powerful piece of equipment has tool-less blade changes and shoe adjustments. This cordless saw is perfect to transport around your job site without the mess of hoses or cords. The 4 Position Flashlight finishes off the cordless combo kit. Regardless if it is used for work or at home, this powerful flashlight is perfect for all your work and emergency needs. All of your equipment comes in a durable, stylish Makita bag. Be sure to view Bcfast.com today to pick up your own Makita 18V LXT407 4 pc Cordless Combo Kit.

by: B&C Fasteners
Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Are your old tools slowing you down? Tired of putting a single screw on the tip of your screwdriver every time you need to repair, fix, or build something? Make your job faster with one our Senco’s screw guns.

Grab one of Senco’s self-loading screw guns. You can choose from two different types of screw guns, the Senco DS275 18V Screw Gun and the Senco DS300AC Screw Gun. These screw guns speed up your work by taking the hassle out of your project by loading your nails all at once instead of loading them one by one.
So save yourself some time and energy. Buy a Senco Screw Gun!

by: B&C Fasteners
Thursday, July 31, 2008

With our line of Bostitch tools, you have a nice variety of tools to select from. Whether it’s roofing or even putting in a new hard wood floor, we have a tool for you!

Your project might have different parts to it that require different power tools. If your reconstructing your house, putting on new shingles, and/or putting in a new hard wood floor, we have specific tools to help you get your project(s) done correctly and accurately. With projects getting done faster than you can pull the trigger, you can remodel your house with new cabinets, hard wood flooring, shelves, desk, coffee tables, dressers and a lot more with time to spare for a nice sitting in that hot bubbly hot tub.
So from start to finish, use Bostitch for all your projects. If you want efficiency and accuracy, you know where to turn!!

by: B&C Fasteners
Monday, June 9, 2008

The world of fasteners and brads does not belong to nailers alone, there is a whole line of power staplers out there made to get the job done. Well built sturdy staplers are available that can do task from roofing applications to helping install your hardwood floor. Buying a power stapler requires the same amount of investigation as purchasing a pneumatic nailer. You must match each project you are working on with the correct piece of equipment to ensure that you are going to be able to complete the job correctly. Just like with pneumatic nailers, you have to be sure that you are using a stapler with enough power to complete the job. You also must be sure that the stapler uses staples that are the right fit for the material you are using.

by: B&C Fasteners
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