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Certified Preowned Ridgid 16 Gauge Straight Nailer - $36

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Directtoolsoutlet has a certified Preowned Ridgid 16-Gauge Nailer for $36

Model: R250SFE

Currently new on Homedepot.com for $169


https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...ght-nailer


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Also the Cordless 18g pre-owned is $90. Great deal considering its $200 in store. No lifetime service agreement though.
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I just replaced an exterior door to my garage and need to put up trim/brickmold, would this nailer work for that?
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I bought one $38.97. With tax. And free shipping. Also has 1 year warranty. Looks good thank you.
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I just replaced an exterior door to my garage and need to put up trim/brickmold, would this nailer work for that?
Yes. But if its just one door, probably better off just using finish nails, a hammer, and a nail set.
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I just replaced an exterior door to my garage and need to put up trim/brickmold, would this nailer work for that?
I've never put up Brickmold, but for trim you usually use 18-gauge type (Brad Nails) but some use 16g.
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Would it make more sense to get the 15 gauge nailer for $60 instead for larger nails and angled at 34 degrees? Like this one: Ridgid 15 gauge nailer [directtoolsoutlet.com]
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Thanks!! Been wanting the 16g nailer new with the Lifetime Warranty, but I cannot pass this used one up for the price with free shipping and 1yr warranty. Pulled the trigger!
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Too bad it ran out of stock.
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