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RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt 16 Gauge Finish Nailer $99.99

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Best deal Ive seen a cordless finishing nailer. It is refurbished.

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Seems like a decent price for a refurbished/used unit bare tool. Comes with 1 year warranty.

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This tool is absolutely garbage. I regret buying one. Jams really easily. Get an air compressor and air nailer.
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This tool is absolutely garbage. I regret buying one. Jams really easily. Get an air compressor and air nailer.
i do not own any Ryobi battery powered nailers but have only heard good things. All reviews I have seen for most electric nailers of all brands are in the majority great.

What brand of nails were you running when it jammed all the time?

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I have personally used this to trim my entire house, my buddies house, and part of another buddies house, it has never let us down. Years of use, thousands of nails.
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This tool is absolutely garbage. I regret buying one. Jams really easily. Get an air compressor and air nailer.
Jams easily? There's nothing that a premium grease can't fix in the striker latch housing. I use a good white lithium grease before doing some trim work.
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It jammed for me a lot too. But for a nail gun that didn't need a compressor, it is totally worth it. I did trim on my house and lent it out to a few friends and it's been pretty reliable. I would recommend it. A while back I got the tool and battery with the quick charger for $130 at HD.
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I have the 18ga version but never had a jam. Not even sure how to clear a jam
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Do you guys find the 18ga more useful? I tend to use my 18ga air Brad nailer more around my house and in the shop it seems.
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Looks like the price is now $119.99
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This tool is absolutely garbage. I regret buying one. Jams really easily. Get an air compressor and air nailer.
Everyone knows an air compressor and nailer works great, this is a completely different product with completely different usages. Why would you compare the 2. So does it always jam or just jam with certain items? I don't think anyone plans to do a roof with a hand held device.
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