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DeWalt 20-Volt Max Cordless 16-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer Kit EXPIRED

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Home Depot.com has DeWalt 20-Volt Max Cordless 16-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer Kit (DCN660D1) on sale for $249 - Extra $20 off (discount shown in cart) = $229. Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks SinisterFlash
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  • This nailer drives 16-gauge angled finish nails from 1-1/4" to 2-1/2" lengths and is rated to drive up to 800 nails per charge (20-Volt max 2.0Ah battery included).
  • 53 reviews on Home Depot.com give it 4.8 out of 5 stars overall. This looks like a nice nailer to have for trim and finish work. -Corwin

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Home Depot has the DeWalt angled finish nailer kit on sale from 5/25 through 5/31
DCN660D1 includes DCN660 nailer, DCB201 2ah battery, charger and case.
Regular street price for this kit is $399


http://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT...htype=text

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For anyone on the fence about getting a battery operated finish nailer, I highly recommend it. I changed out all my trim in my old house and bought a used Dewalt 18v finish nailer on ebay. Did my whole house, then resold it for minimal loss. It was SO much easier then dragging a hose, compressor all over the house, as well as no compressor noise and finding outlets. Yes, the handheld weight is more than an air tool, but positives outweigh the negatives a good bit.
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I wonder if the $20 discount will apply. I also have the $20 proxtra coupon, which should apply.
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Amazing deal, wow, I paid more for this tool used on eBay last month. Great tool, no hoses, compressor, or bottle gas needed, just charge the batteries.
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Does anyone know how are these compared to Milwaukee fuel finish nailer?
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That thing is a beast at 6 pounds. My Hitachi, even holding up 6 feet of hose, isn't even 4.25 pounds.
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well damn, I was just looking at this the other day thinking there was no way I could justify $400 on one of these... $250? Probably!
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I wonder if the $20 discount will apply. I also have the $20 proxtra coupon, which should apply.
Yes, I used one recently and it worked even though the item was on sale like this.
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More info on the $20 coupon?

Also would a finish nailer be too big for affixing shelves to the top of 1x2 ledges? I think a brad gun would probably be more appropriate but I'd rather just buy 1.
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For anyone on the fence about getting a battery operated finish nailer, I highly recommend it. I changed out all my trim in my old house and bought a used Dewalt 18v finish nailer on ebay. Did my whole house, then resold it for minimal loss. It was SO much easier then dragging a hose, compressor all over the house, as well as no compressor noise and finding outlets. Yes, the handheld weight is more than an air tool, but positives outweigh the negatives a good bit.
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More info on the $20 coupon?

Also would a finish nailer be too big for affixing shelves to the top of 1x2 ledges? I think a brad gun would probably be more appropriate but I'd rather just buy 1.
the coupons were emailed last week to pro xtra email subscribers. $20 off $200 or more. they are one time use.
https://hdapps.homedepot.com/Cust...entication

without knowing more about you shelves I couldn't tell you what to use, but 18g brad nails are not strong and I would be hesitant to use them on something like shelves.
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That thing is a beast at 6 pounds. My Hitachi, even holding up 6 feet of hose, isn't even 4.25 pounds.
1. If this is a beast at 6lbs, my DeWalt NiCad must be a monster at maybe even 7lbs....umm, it's a cordless air tool.

2. You are looking at this one-dimensionally. You need to account for gravity and resistance... i.e. with a quality hose, it takes about 10x the effort to rotate a hosed air gun vs. a cordless. Moving around with it, you are carrying significantly more weight as you will be moving the whole hose at times (if that 1.75lbs is a major issue for you). But you can always get a 2oz. plastic coil hose at harbor freight to go even lighter...again you are restricted by the hose and the compressor.

3. This is cordless.

Regardless of your preference....this deal is great...This is a nib, uncommon and game changing tool, one of those tools that very rarely go on sale (even nicad) for 40% off from HD.

I remember being ecstatic over getting my nicad dewalt nailer for around $200 a few years back.
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More info on the $20 coupon?

Also would a finish nailer be too big for affixing shelves to the top of 1x2 ledges? I think a brad gun would probably be more appropriate but I'd rather just buy 1.
If you are talking about setting boards on 1x2 strips you mounted to the wall, this will be fine...the strips do all the work, the nails just hold them in place. This is 16ga and will take 1.25" to 2.5" so this will work well and would be well justified to the wife.
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For anyone on the fence about getting a battery operated finish nailer, I highly recommend it. I changed out all my trim in my old house and bought a used Dewalt 18v finish nailer on ebay. Did my whole house, then resold it for minimal loss. It was SO much easier then dragging a hose, compressor all over the house, as well as no compressor noise and finding outlets. Yes, the handheld weight is more than an air tool, but positives outweigh the negatives a good bit.
Perhaps I am spoiled by my Flexzilla hose, but I don't find it to be much an encumbrance at all and my nailer is much smaller and lighter than any of the cordless ones I have seen. I always put the compressor in a separate room, so it's noise, when it does happen to run, isn't an issue, and I rarely have to move it because my hose is plenty long enough.
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Fantastic deal. I've been wanting one of these for a long time. I was considering the compressor version, but I've already committed to the Dewalt 20V line. I might even see if I can trade in the jigsaw and angle grinder I got last month from the online Dewalt battery deal and make this an even wash

And stated before, this item rarely goes on sale so this is very timely.
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