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Paslode Li-Ion 16 Ga. Angled Cordless Trim Nailer IM250A 902400...NEW!!!!
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NEW Paslode IM250A LI 902400 16ga Angled Cordless Li-Ion Trim Nailer
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Paslode 16 gauge Angled Cordless Trim Nailer Lithium-Ion New
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PasLode 902400 Cordless 16g Lithium Ion Angled Trim Finish Nailer
$361.34
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DEWALT DC616K XRP 18-Volt Cordless 1-1/4-Inch - 2-1/2-Inch 16 Gauge Straight Finish Nailer Kit

DEWALT DC616K XRP 18-Volt Cordless 1-1/4-Inch - 2-1/2-Inch 16 Gauge Straight Finish Nailer Kit
Price $339.00
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Harness the power and efficiency of pneumatic nailing with the DeWalt DC616K Heavy-Duty 16 Gauge Straight Finish Nailer Kit. Designed to work with DeWalt's extended run XRP 18-volt batteries, this nailer provides fast, consistent nail penetration in both soft and hard materials. You can select sequential operating mode to ensure precision placement of each nail or a bump operating mode that allows you to harness top speed. A unique engine design allows this tool to work as fast as you do, firing up to four or five nails a second for increased productivity. And at just 8.5 pounds, this tool is lightweight for easy maneuvering and reduced operator fatigue.

Whatever you're working on, you'll appreciate the little details that separate this intuitively designed tool from similar nailers. Integrated LED lights make it easy to ensure accuracy. An easy-to-operate contract trip lock-off disables the trigger when the tool is not in use for improved safety. The nosepiece is easy to access and clear tool-free if a nail jam occurs. And a six-position dial makes it simple to move between several applications without stopping to re-acquire exact depth settings, saving you time. Additionally, the straight, rear-load magazine is easy to handle for quick refills, and it will accept any standard 16 gauge nails. Included in this kit is a one-hour charger, an 18-volt XRP battery, a reversible belt hook that accommodates right- and left-handed workers, a no-mar tip, safety glasses, and a kit box for easy storage.

BOSTITCH GFN1564K 15-Guage Cordless Angled FN Finish Nailer

BOSTITCH GFN1564K 15-Guage Cordless Angled FN Finish Nailer
Price $221.75
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Includes 15 Gauge Cordless Angled Finish Nailer - U/GFN1564K, 3.6V Li-Ion Battery, Wall Charger, Car Charger, Carry Case
Paslode 902400 Cordless 16g Angled Lithium Ion Finish Nailer

Paslode 902400 Cordless 16g Angled Lithium Ion Finish Nailer
Price $319.99
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The Paslode 16g Angled Finish nailer combines the convenience of Cordless with Lithium Ion battery technology! Portable, freedom on the jobsite without hoses or compressors.
Nickel Cadmium Battery

Nickel Cadmium Battery
Price $39.00
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"PASLODE" ORANGE TOOL REPLACEMENT BATTERY Black/Orange Replacement Battery For Cordless Tools Fits All Newer Paslode Nailers Models 900400, 900420, 404400 & 900600, IM250A Uses #900200 Charger.
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Question Does anyone own a cordless trim nailer and what do you think about it?


Best Answer I also use a paslode angle finish nailer. I`m happy when it works! Seems I`ve become a slave to maintenance on this little devil. Also every time I turn around I have to get a new butane cylinder, which cost twice as much as the previous models. Still wondering why they`re not still making it. Guess if you make something good enough, you only sell a customer one.
Question Air Nailers and Tools - What is Right for Me?
Hi. I want to buy the right tools for the job. I have a bad habit of buying cheap and regretting it or buying part and then having to go back to the store 12 times. I could really use some help and recommendations on the features I needs in these tools. I want to purchase an air compressor and some nailers. I ruled out the cordless due to cost and some future automotive ideas that will require a compressor (but I digress). The jobs I have in mind include: Building wine racks Re-attaching millwork – removed to run wires behind it, etc. Adding trim or nailing weather strips to door frames Basically, I need it for handyman and minor carpentry projects not major construction. I want decent speed, but mainly the ability to do things right – nice clean work as opposed to hammer divets, screw heads to be covered, etc. Can you help by telling me what features I should look for and recommend a minimum set of requirements? Brands to avoid would also be helpful. Thanks in advance

Best Answer Hello Obiwando, I am a contractor, and over the years have purchased many tools. If you need to purchase a compressor, then go for one that has a high PSI , about 150 should be good, and also one that has a control, to allow for adjustments. the small pancake type of compressors are fine for running trim guns and nailers, but if you plan on having enough power later for auto work, they generally will not be good enough. Generally Speaking most trim and nail guns will work fine between 80 to 100 psi. I try to run a compressor as little as often. the small ones, run the guns fine, but they will kick on more often due to the smaller tank. I do not like having to wait for pressure to build up, to use the guns, if I am using them a lot, so the larger compressor takes care of that for me. I like the compressors from Sears they have ones on wheels, made by craftsman, and are excellent value. As regards to trim and nail guns, the bostich range is hard to beat, they are light, have a depth control , and do not mar the work. You should purchase a trim gun that has a 33 degree angle on the nail holder , this allows you to get right in the corners, and also allows for toe nailing wood. It's a very handy feature. These guns are known as angled trim guns.You will also need to ensure you purchase the right type of nails for these guns, I.E. angled and not straight finish type nails. As regards to a hose, they now sell slim line hoses, that are very soft and flexible, these hoses are more expensive than regular, but they work great. I trust this information shall be of benefit to you, and good luck with your projects. Although I personally use the paslode cordless range these days, I was using the compressor and bostich range for years without any problems. If a nail does get jambed, they are easy to remove with the quick release catch on top of the gun. I have tried porter cable guns, but they are heavy, and when you are using them all the time, they can tire you sooner. Paul M

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