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15 Gauge "FN" Style Angled Finish Nails

Product Specs

15 GA "FN" Style Angled Finish Nails have a coated finish with a chisel point. Use with BOSTITCH® tools N59FN, N60FN, N62FN.

Sku Length Point Finish Quantity
FNMSS /2 Chisel Point -
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15 Gauge Angle &#;FN&#; Style

FastenerUSA offers FN series 15 gauge 25 degree angle nails similar to bostitch 15 gauge finish nails compatible with Bostitch angle finish nailers, as well as other similar 25 degree angled finish nailers. Bostitch 15 gauge finish nails are available in two grades of corrosion resistance including Electro Galvanized and Grade Stainless Steel:

Electro Galvanized 15 gauge nails are best suited for interior trim applications and light exterior outdoor projects where corrosion is not a concern. Made similar to bostitch galvanized finish nails the Electro Galvanization provides a very thin layer of zinc coating with a measure of protection against the elements. Over time bostitch finish nails may corrode with prolonged exposure to the elements. Not recommended for ACQ Treated Lumber.

Grade Stainless Steel 15 gauge nails are best suited for typical outdoor applications to avoid nail corrosion and discoloration. Made similar to bostitch stainless steel finish nails for ACQ-treated lumber, redwood, cedar, and acidic or oil-based exotic woods.

Our selection of stainless steel 25 degree angle nails are versatile enough to be used for both indoor and outdoor projects. Be it construction or finishing applications that include the construction of frames, panels and door casings, bostitch 15 gauge finish nails are exactly what you need to get the job done. Made according to bostitch angled finish nails specifications to fit Bostitch FN series angle finish nailers. 

To prevent the corrosion and/or discoloration caused by exposure to the elements, we recommend using Grade stainless steel nails for outdoor applications. Stainless steel bostitch 15 gauge finish nails are also most commonly used in exterior carpentry or woodwork. Made similar to bostitch stainless steel finish nails so they will fit perfectly in your 25 degree angle finish nailer.

When it comes to 15 gauge 25 degree angle nails, FastenerUSA offers finish nails in VarietyPak, TrimPak, Case and Box packaging. Depending on the scale of your project, we offer a wide selection of quantities to fit your needs. For smaller projects, we offer the TrimPak. If you wish to buy in bulk and minimize costs, we recommend the case and box packages.

Shipping and Delivery

Order your 15 gauge 25 degree angle nails from FastenerUSA and get FAST, FREE shipping within days in the United States. We don't have a minimum order requirement so you don't have to buy more than you need just to save on shipping.

Aside from our selection of bostitch finish nails, we also offer an array of staples, screws, and Rebar Products. Have a large order? Request a quote from our website and get an estimate on the total cost.

Looking for something specific? If you need a product that you cannot see on the site, feel free to give us a call toll free or email [email protected] We'll be more than happy to assist you.

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Fasten-ating Facts: DA and FN Finish Nails Explained

You’re ready to install wood trim and have decided on an angled finish nailer. When you order the fasteners, however, you find two types of gauge nails. One says “FN” on the product, and the other “DA.” What’s the difference?

The Dealt DWFP uses DA stle finish nails

Angled finishing nailers are designed to take eitherFN styleorDA styleangled finish nails. Both are made with gauge wire and feature a chisel point, ideal for finishing applications. Yet they have a different collation angle and head shape from one another. While the differences may seems slight, they’re enough to halt your finish nailer—and whatever job you’re working on.

SureFit is one of many brands who make DA finish nails

DA Finish Nails

The DA type of nail has a or degree angle. It was created by Senco Brands, and not surprisingly, their gauge finish nailers are all designed to use this style of nail. In fact, it’s also compatible with many other brands, including Metabo HPT, Dewalt, and MAX.

While many online assertions state that the “D” in the DA stands for the nail’s slight D-shaped head, it actually refers to Senco's proprietary nail coding system. A representative for Senco explains that, “The D indicates the fastener is a gauge nail, and the A indicates it has a brad head/smooth shank.”

The main difference between the DA and FN style of nails, Senco states, is the shape of the nail heads. “The DA style nails have a round head and the FN style have a rectangle head,” says the rep. But Bostitch has a different take on the matter.

FN finish nails from SureFit

FN Finish Nails

As you may have heard, FN style nails were originally created by Bostitch to work with their own finishing nail guns. The label “FN” simply stands for “finish nail,” the company explains. Taking a different angle so to speak, Bostitch says the main difference between an FN and DA nail is in the nails' collation angles.

“DA finish nails have an angle of around 34 degrees. FN finish nails have an angle of around 25 degrees,” says a rep from the company. It’s worth noting that Bostitch carries both DA and FN style nails.

While these two manufacturers may disagree on the main difference between FN and DA style nails, both companies recognize that the nails won’t run if switched out; they’re not interchangeable. So, which type of gauge finish nail - and its respective nailer - should you choose?

A MAX finish nailer that uses degree finish nails

What’s Your Style?

Both DA and FN style finishing nails feature a smooth shank, so there's no real difference in that regard. (Read Understanding Nail Shank Types to learn more on the subject).

While the divide isn't necessarily measurable, many professional contractors believe DA finish nails are more readily available. Interestingly enough, fans of FN nailers find the exact opposite to be true. Truth be told, in the age of Internet, availability is no longer a concern on either account.

As far as holding power, though, pros find no difference between the two. The angle of nail (and nail gun) you choose is really up to your finish and trim needs. A steeper magazine angle is better for accessing tight corners. If that’s what you’re looking for, the degree DA nail and nailer is ideal. On the other hand, if you want fewer re-loads, you’ll want to consider the degree FN style.


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