The heavy-duty design of the Stanley TRE550 Electric Staple / Brad Nail Gun delivers outstanding driving power for a wide variety of jobs. The tool's dual power lever (Hi/Lo) is designed for use with hard or soft materials. A Flush-nose design solves the problem of stapling in tight spots, while a contoured grip provides extra comfort on the job.
This is a heavy duty stapler. I used it to upholster a tool and will use it for many more projects. It fit my needs perfectly and was a more than reasonable price. My one gripe would be the pulling pressure needed to fire a stapler is kind of a lot. You gotta have big meaty man hands. I don't. But I'm still a man. Just got little delicate man hands. And so I made it work anyways. It's a great alternative to a pneumatic stapler and will fit your needs for almost any project unless you are using this professionally... in which case just get a pneumatic stapler.
The 18-gauge brad nailer from WEN fires 18-gauge brads 3/4 to 2 inches in length. It features an adjustable exhaust deflector, a rubber-wrapped handle, a quick-release for jam-clearing, an aluminum body, and a magazine window that shows the remaining brad count. The magazine holds 100 brads, and the tool operates at 60-100 psi with a 1/4-inch NPT air inlet fitting. This kit includes oil, adjusting wrenches, and a custom carrying case.
The new DEWALT DWFP12231 18 gauge, 2-Inch Brad Nailer Kit is an excellent tool with many enticing qualities. It features a long life maintenance-free motor to keep from staining the work surface. The magnesium body delivers a strong and lightweight design. It also features a tool-free depth -of drive adjustment with detents for proper setting of nail heads, along with a tool-free jam release mechanism for easy nail removal. The rear exhaust helps to keep contaminates away from work. This unit is made to drive 18 gauge nails from 5/8" to 2" in length, with a sequential style trigger, and 100 nail magazine capacity. This unit has a removable non-marring nose tip with on tool storage, and an integrated rubber grip for improved comfort and anti-slip grip. It also has an adjustable belt hook which allows the tool to be kept near the user. This kit also includes 500 nails of 1-1/4", carrying case, and owner's manual.
The Numax S2-118G2 - 2 in 1 gun shoots 1⅝" Narrow Crown Staples and 2” 18 Gauge Brad Nails. This 2 in 1 nailer is a high quality, innovated home improvement tool. This Crown Stapler/Brad Nailer has a lightweight die-cast aluminum design and a tool-free adjustable exhaust that conveniently directs exhaust from your face. The Numax 1⅝" Narrow Crown Stapler/18 gauge 2" Brad Nailer is great for interior and exterior finish and trim, cabinetry, cabinet backing, crafts, and hobbies. This stapler/nailer is manufactured under the strict guidelines to ensure quality. The stapler/nailer is backed by Numax’s 1-year warranty.
The lightweight Hitachi NT50AE2 2-Inch 18-Gauge Brad Nailer is an ideal tool for small carpentry projects. Featuring a high-capacity magazine, exhaust vent, easy depth-of-drive adjustments, and a removable nose cap for prolonged tool life, this pneumatic brad nailer will help you tackle everything from cabinet installation and picture-frame assembly to furniture construction and finish work.
This gun is exactly the same as a Rigid inner. Been using it and no problems. A very fair price. Most guns nowadays are throw away when they break down. We try to fix ours when we can. All of our large nail guns are Senco and live forever with a little repair occasionally. We are millwork installers and depend on good air tools.
This nail gun replaced a $20 harbor freight unit, so my perspective may be overly positive. There is simply no comparison, this thing is smooth and flawless. I have shot a couple hundred nails so far without a single misfire, jam, or partially set nail. Positioning the nail is very accurate, and it leaves no marks. I did have to adjust my style as I had become used to pressing too hard with the cheaper gun and leaving an impression on the wood. This unit requires no pressure to properly sink a nail, regardless of the length nail. In fairness, I have only been firing into soft woods but I suspect it would work great with harder woods, too.
This was my first time to use a nail gun, so I was a little intimidated with this at first, but once I started using it, that quickly changed, Very little kick-back and safety measures on it made me feel very comfortable about using it. I recently had a contractor come in to do the same remodeling in my house - he used it rather than going back to his shop to get his usual one, and was so impressed with it that he's now going to purchase one as well.
The quality-designed tool works as fast as you do with consistent nail penetration. Features both sequential operating mode for precision placement and bump operating mode for production speed. Cordless: Yes, Volts: 18, Nail Diameter (gauge): 18, Nail Length (in.): 5/8in. to 2in., Magazine Capacity (qty.): 110, Jam Clearing: Yes, Tool Length (in.): 11 1/2, Tool Weight (lbs.): 7.4 lbs., Charger and Battery Included: Yes, Case Included: Yes
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