Important considerations when choosing Freeman PP13823 Pneumatic 23-Gauge 1-3 8 Micro Pinner
Great for crafts, decorative trim, small picture frames, hobby work, jewelry cases, detailed trim and custom projects. Compatible with 23 gauge headless pin nails from 5 8 to 1-3 8 . Extra-long nose and no mar tip make it easy to get into hard to reach places without leaving dents or scratches in delicate wood surfaces. Lightweight, die cast aluminum body with an anodized aluminum magazine and cylinder. Trigger safety mechanism prevents accidental firing. Comfort grip handle reduces fatigue and increases control. 360 degree adjustable exhaust allows user to direct air away from face. Includes a rugged plastic carry case, belt hook, air tool oil, and adjustment tools
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The Freeman PP13823 Pneumatic 23-Gauge 1-3 8 Micro Pinner with Case is great for fastening detailed trim, muntin bars, picture frames, and other crafts and hobby work. This air powered nail gun has an easy loading magazine compatible with 23 gauge headless micro pin nails ranging from 5 8 to 1-3 8 , and the small nose and no mar tip helps you get into tight spaces without leaving a mark on delicate trim. The body and comfort grip handle are ergonomically designed for ease of use, while the die cast aluminum construction and anodized aluminum parts provide lightweight durability. This nailer also comes equipped with a 360 degree adjustable exhaust to keep air away from your face, a trigger safety mechanism to prevent accidental firing, 1 4 NPT fitting, and a reversible belt hook for your convenience. Designed with the professional in mind, the Pneumatic 23-Gauge 1-3 8 Micro Pinner includes a blow molded plastic carrying case, air tool oil, and adjustment tools.
Customer reviewsJust OK
Ok product for the money but but does jamb sometimes, which requires a 3 mm Allen wrench to remove the tip plate to clear the jamb. I wish I had known about the new Hitachi pinner which is admittedly about 2x the price but still easily affordable and shoots longer pins, has a safety on the trigger and has a depth of drive adjustment which this one does not. I will say that I ve had maybe 3 off brand pinners and this one is about what you would expect for the money. The reason I have bought cheapies is because I couldn t justify with intermittent use a 260 quality tool. What happens with the cheapies is that the nail driver pin eventually breaks. Be aware that these pinners as well as the other cheapies I have had do not have any kind of safety so can potentially be more dangerous than larger nail guns that have a safety that works by depressing the tool nose and then pulling the trigger. In other words, all it takes on this tool to fire a nail is to pull the trigger. Even though these are tiny nails they still hurt like he11 - don t ask me how I know this... - The up side is since you don t have to press the tool against the work there is no marring of the work surface, plus there is less danger of displacing small parts while trying to get them fastened.