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Husky, Freeman, Estwing, Numax Pneumatic Nailer deals up to 40% OFF + FREE Shipping on Homedepot.com! Limited Time, HOT deals!!!

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Variety of nailer deals on individual nailers or kits on Homedepot.com, deals run through 11/22, some longer, with FREE SHIPPING with purchase over $45
Prices as low as $29.88, while supplies last

Husky Roofing Nailer $99.88 : https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky...ord=dpcn45
Estwing Palm Nailer $29.88 : https://www.homedepot.com/p/Estwi...twing+EMPN
Estwing Framing Nailer $139.88 : https://www.homedepot.com/p/Estwi...rd=efr2190
Freeman Coil Siding Nailer $139.88 : https://www.homedepot.com/p/Freem.../202072458
Freeman 9-Piece Combo Kit $279.88 : https://www.homedepot.com/p/Freem...word=p9pck
Husky Flooring Kit $169.88: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky...=hduflbr50
Numax Finish Combo Kit $88.88: https://www.homedepot.com/p/NuMax.../203804548
Freeman Trim Combo Kit $59.88: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Freem...word=p4wws
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Freeman Trim Combo Kit $59.88

Can I use this for shoe molding?
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Freeman Trim Combo Kit $59.88

Can I use this for shoe molding?
Yes, the bigger gun in this kit is a 2" 18 gauge brad nailer, perfect for trim work.
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Freeman Trim Combo Kit $59.88

Can I use this for shoe molding?
Only if you plan to throw them away after a job or two. We bought those kits a whwile ago when they offered tool belt with them because it was cheaper than a belt by itself. No tool susrvived longer then 3 months
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Only if you plan to throw them away after a job or two. We bought those kits a while ago when they offered tool belt with them because it was cheaper than a belt by itself. No tool susrvived longer then 3 months
I would completely disagree with the comment above. These have a 7 Year Warranty backed by the strongest customer service in the industry.
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I would completely disagree with the comment above. These have a 7 Year Warranty backed by the strongest customer service in the industry.
9 tools - ALL but one stapler failed. Good tools don't cost $60 for a combo set. My single 18g nailer is more then that.
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I would completely disagree with the comment above. These have a 7 Year Warranty backed by the strongest customer service in the industry.
On the right side, tool belts are still good :-)
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On the right side, tool belts are still good :-)
What about the left side?
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9 tools - ALL but one stapler failed. Good tools don't cost $60 for a combo set. My single 18g nailer is more then that
The 9 tool kit is $280. Freeman nailers are priced about the same as Husky, and other nailers when you buy one tool. So price doesn't really have anything to do with tool quality here. Did you file for warranty replacement on the tools that broke? what failed on the guns that did break?
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What about the left side?

The 9 tool kit is $280. Freeman nailers are priced about the same as Husky, and other nailers when you buy one tool. So price doesn't really have anything to do with tool quality here. Did you file for warranty replacement on the tools that broke? what failed on the guns that did break?
Lol, *bright side

We bought those when they were $40 or $50 per set. They all started jamming nails. We have no time for warranty on $15 gun. I just went out and bought Bostitch smart points and they've been going strong for couple of years now. My old Bostitch 18g lasted me 14yrs with practically zero maintenance and, if I remember this right, I bought it used so who know how old it really was.
Bottom line: YMMV but I don't trust Freeman a single bit based on my experience. I'd rather spend more on quality proven brand. Once again, YMMV.
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Lol, *bright side

We bought those when they were $40 or $50 per set. They all started jamming nails. We have no time for warranty on $15 gun. I just went out and bought Bostitch smart points and they've been going strong for couple of years now. My old Bostitch 18g lasted me 14yrs with practically zero maintenance and, if I remember this right, I bought it used so who know how old it really was.
Bottom line: YMMV but I don't trust Freeman a single bit based on my experience. I'd rather spend more on quality proven brand. Once again, YMMV.
Thanks for the info, That sounds like you had a rough time with the Freeman's. I will stay away.
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Thanks for the info, That sounds like you had a rough time with the Freeman's. I will stay away.
May want to read through some of the customer reviews of those that have purchased and used the nailers. Theres tons of them.
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What about Numax? Is it worth it? (I will be using the 18-gauge mostly)
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What about Numax? Is it worth it? (I will be using the 18-gauge mostly)
Numax is a great value for homeowner use. If planning to use any more often than "occasionally", Husky, Freeman and Estwing would be better options.
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