What to look for in Ryobi 18-Volt ONE Lithium-Ion Cordless AirStrike 23-Gauge 1-3 8 inch Headless Pin Nailer Tool Only?
Double-action trigger design for sequential driving. Dry-fire lockout feature extends tool life. LED light feature for optimal vision. GRIPZONE overmold for added comfort. Drives 1 2 in. to 1-3 8 in. 23-Gauge pin nails
What is the advantage of this Ryobi 18-Volt ONE Lithium-Ion Cordless AirStrike 23-Gauge 1-3 8 inch Headless Pin Nailer Tool Only?
Introducing the newest innovation to the Ryobi AirStrike Family, the Ryobi 18-Volt ONE 23GA pin nailer. The Ryobi pin nailer drives 1 2 in. to 1-3 8 in. pins and can shoot up to 3800-pin nails per charge with a P108 18-Volt battery. The dry-fire lockout protects your pin nailer and extends its life. The double-action trigger design allows for convenient, sequential driving and the 2-included non-marring pads keep the work surface free of tool marks. The LED light optimizes vision throughout the job and GRIPZONE over-mold adds comfort. This tool includes an edge guide for consistent placement of pins, a belt clip and 500-1 in. 23-Guage pin nails. Gripzone over-mold for added comfort 2 non-marring pads to keep work surface free of tool marks Up to 3500-pin nails per charge with P108 battery Dry-fire lockout feature extends tool life Double-action trigger design for sequential driving Includes edge guide for consistent placement of nails LED light feature for optimal vision Drives 1 2 in. to 1-3 8 in. 23GA pin nails Part of the Ryobi ONE Family of 100-products Nailgun Angle 0 Nail Gauge 23 Reconditioned No Tools Product Type Air Tool Maximum Fastener Size 1-3 8 in Air Tool Type Air Nailer Included Nails Energy Type Cordless Electric Minimum Fastener Size 1 2 in Product Width in. 3.50 in Product Depth in. 10.5 in Product Height in. 8.88 in
Customer reviewsFun to use.
Total cost 300, after I purchased the batteries and charger seperately. I like it, it handles well. Plenty of power. The instructions are garbage. Figuring how to load the pins took a little time but at least there was a picture. Once you ve got it loaded and battery attached its time to shoot. The instructions dont indicate that you ve got to hold the trigger for a little while before it shoots. I thought it was broken because I expected the pin to shoot immediately, it doesnt. The gun needs a little build up before it fires, so hold that trigger. I kept thinking I had loaded the pins incorrectly. Taking it apart and reloading several times before I figured it out. Now I ve got the hang of it, it s my new favorite