Brad nailer review, playhouse building permit - PDF Review

Categories: Wooden Work Bench | Author: admin 21.09.2013

This 18-Gauge brad nailer features Airstrike Technology, which eliminates the need for noisy compressors, bulky hoses or expensive gas cartridges. The folks at Ryobi just released an 18 gauge brad nailer that works off their 18 volt battery platform.
Running on any of the One+ battery packs that Ryobi offers the P320 had plenty of power to nail Birch trim and sink the head of the nail flush to the work surface. I’ve actually had trouble with some pneumatic nailers doing this task so I was quite surprised. I also tested the nailer on several other trim tasks including nailer pine and popular moldings, again the P320 had no trouble at all.One of the features I love about the Ryobi P320 is the built-in LED lights on either side of the housing.

I’m sure this is a result of trying to drive the nails with battery power vs using a gas cartridge.
The design seems pretty standard with regard to the drive head and depth of adjustment.Overall ImpressionThis little brad nailer really surprised me.
For only $129 it’s hard to argue that this 18V cordless brad nailer is worth keeping in the job trailer. Reply Todd Fratzel September 13, 2015 at 8:45 amOil is definitely important for all nailers. You can also subscribe without commenting.DisclosureProduct reviews on this site contain our opinion of a product or service.

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