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2-Piece Husky Pneumatic Finish Nailer Kit (Grade A Reconditioned) EXPIRED

brisar 51,014 124,493 February 27, 2015 at 05:13 AM in Tool Sets (6) More bigskytool.com Deals
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Promoted 02-27-2015 by daisybeetle at 12:57 PM View Original Post
BigSkyTool.com has 2-Piece Husky Pneumatic Finish Nailer Kit (Grade A Reconditioned) on sale for $69.95 - $34.98 discount code HUSKY2PC (apply at checkout) = $34.97. Shipping is free. Thanks brisar

Note, this item is factory reconditioned w/ a grade A score (may only be slight cosmetic blemishes).

Includes
  • 18-ga 2" Husky Brad Nailer
  • 23-ga 1" Husky Micro Pin Nailer

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Written by daisybeetle

Great price for this two piece Husky nailer tool. Ultimate kit for woodworkers that features anodized aluminum cylinders for durability, swivel air connectors, and 360 degree adjustable exhaust. - Discombobulated

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Edited February 27, 2015 at 07:07 AM by ILoveGoooold
Another great deal from BigSkyTool

2-Piece Husky Pneumatic Finish Nailer Kit: Brad Nailer & Micro Pin Nailer [bigskytool.com]
(Grade-A Reconditioned model # HDPPPBRCK)

$69.95 - $34.98 w/ discount code HUSKY2PC
= $34.97

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This Brad Nailer Kit (new, non-reconditioned) was $50 in a Previous Front Page Deal


Features:
Brad nailer is equipped with quick-release nail guide assembly to easily clear jammed nails minimizing downtime.
Brad nailer has tool-less depth adjustment dial to save time from having to adjust your compressor to hit the proper depth.
Both tools have rubberized soft grips to provide comfort and control Both tools equipped with 360-degree adjustable exhaust and swivel air connectors.
Light-weight, die-cast aluminum construction. Pin nailer is equipped with a trigger safety
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#3
Which type of nailer is for which type of work again, when we're talking about crown molding, chair rails, wall panels, baseboards, transoms, and the little quarter round stuff? I seem to remember the micro pin only being good for picture frames. Will the brad nailer handle everything else?
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Last edited by viche February 27, 2015 at 06:55 AM
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This is on sale for $50 new at Home Depot back in July 2014 and was very popular.

http://slickdeals.net/f/6998676-2-piece-husky-finish-nailer-kit-50-free-store-pickup?page=1&rpid=68639630&rp=4#commentsBox

I'm hoping it will work for baseboards and trim too. That's the only reason I need it for.
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Quote from viche View Post :
Which type of nailer is for which type of work again, when we're talking about crow molding, chair rails, wall panels, baseboards, transoms, and the little quarter round stuff? I seem to remember the micro pin only being good for picture frakes. Will the brad nailer handle everything else?
You'd really want a 15-16 gauge nailer for most of those applications. 18ga is good for quarter round and other similarly sized uses. 23ga would be good for picture frames and delicate pieces as well as to hold glue-ups while they dry. Hope that helps.
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Hard to beat this price for 2 nailers.
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Quote from farang View Post :
This is on sale for $50 new at Home Depot back in July 2014 and was very popular.

http://slickdeals.net/f/6998676-2-piece-husky-finish-nailer-kit-50-free-store-pickup?page=1&rpid=68639630&rp=4#commentsBox

I'm hoping it will work for baseboards and trim too. That's the only reason I need it for.
Baseboard and trim usually use brad nails, so you should be fine.
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This is a good deal +1
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What can I build with these nailers?
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#10
check out the deal at the site. This is not for a finish nailer, but an 18 Gauge brad nailer. Not such a good deal after all......:Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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Quote from viche View Post :
Which type of nailer is for which type of work again, when we're talking about crown molding, chair rails, wall panels, baseboards, transoms, and the little quarter round stuff? I seem to remember the micro pin only being good for picture frames. Will the brad nailer handle everything else?
My 18ga worked fine for my interior trim around doors and windows, but a 16 might arguably be better. In hindsight if I were to buy just one I'd get a 16ga.
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#12
I read 2-piece Husky and looked at the picture and thought the thread was about a set of dog figurines. The nailers do look like dogs in a small pic.
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I have a 2-Gallon air compressor (electric) from mastercraft. It's pressure gauge goes up to 140 PSI but there from 80 PSI and upwards the little pressure dial shows the region being in the red zone. Does it mean that I should not be using it in the red range or just be cautious? Also can I use it to drive these nailers?
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Thanks! Got it as store pick up.
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I have a 2-Gallon air compressor (electric) from mastercraft. It's pressure gauge goes up to 140 PSI but there from 80 PSI and upwards the little pressure dial shows the region being in the red zone. Does it mean that I should not be using it in the red range or just be cautious? Also can I use it to drive these nailers?
140 psi is sorta high for a cheap compressor, but probably nothing to worry about. psi on the tool will need to be lowered according to your needs.
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