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Ryobi P320 cordless 18 gauge Brad nailer, $52, bare tool

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Created 01-11-2018 at 04:20 PM by MAK1981
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Out of stock but I'd try it as a price match for the $99 one I bought in November if it wasn't.
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Are the thumbs down because it went out of stock? It wasn't when I posted :-/
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It was in stock and I ordered one. Due in next Friday. Thanks.
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This seems like an excellent deal to me. I was specifically looking for this nailer for a project I was working on. It arrived in about 1 week in original box with some paperwork and a belt clip. The nailer had no signs of being used. I tested it with a charged battery and some 1 1/2 brads and it had no issues sinking a couple dozen brads in various types of wood. Thanks OP!
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Just got mine today. Not very pleased with the packaging as it was just loose in the Ryobi box with a belt clip and what probably started out as a single ream of nails. Needles to say all the nails were loose in the box with everything bouncing around without any type of packaging. Using the Ryobi box for shipping was crappy as well considering the tool wasn't secured in the box either. The tool itself, looks unused, but I'll try shooting some nails over the weekend to test it out.
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Opened mine up to test it out and the magazine is broken. It is completely missing the spring loaded portion that holds the nails in place. When you undo the magazine lock it just pulls out in your hand. The springs are in there, but the piece that pushes the nails forward is not there. I have contacted them to resolve the issue, but I will not buy from VIP again. I will stick with DTO as their tools have come in looking brand new and working perfect.
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