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Certified Preowned RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt 18 Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer $67.99

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Nailer: Linky [directtoolsoutlet.com]

I got a total of 7 nailers from them and most of them come in almost new condition with a "RECON" word melted into the plastic, all fully functional. One of the nailer I got has some minor scratches on it, but that was the only one.
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Be warned, I haven't had great success with this company with certified preowned.

I've been waiting on an exchange for a preowned Ryobi Garage Door opener for over a week after the first one they sent was completely in-operable.

So your mileage may vary with buying preowned.
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Wow. Nice price. I use one of these nailers fairly frequently. I paid $110 for my recon with a battery and charger.

It works well, with only one issue. For some reason, if I have a full strip of Brad nails loaded, the driving rod will not retract fully. If I break a strip in half, and never load it more than halfway, it retracts fine. This isn't a big issue with me, as long as I know how to deal with it, and it might be an issue only with my particular nailer. Even if this issue was common with the nailer, I still recommend getting it.

The plus side is that this nailer is an easy fix dream. Works great when you have a small trim job, or situation where busting out a compressor would be inconvenient just to drive a few small nails. I have used it for paneling and shoemould more than anything. This isn't a rapid-fire nailer in any sense of the word, for anything requiring many nails driven in quick succession, get a compressor and an air-nailer.
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FYI it says it doesn't include battery
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Dang I missed it.
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Wow. Nice price. I use one of these nailers fairly frequently. I paid $110 for my recon with a battery and charger.

It works well, with only one issue. For some reason, if I have a full strip of Brad nails loaded, the driving rod will not retract fully. If I break a strip in half, and never load it more than halfway, it retracts fine. This isn't a big issue with me, as long as I know how to deal with it, and it might be an issue only with my particular nailer. Even if this issue was common with the nailer, I still recommend getting it.

The plus side is that this nailer is an easy fix dream. Works great when you have a small trim job, or situation where busting out a compressor would be inconvenient just to drive a few small nails. I have used it for paneling and shoemould more than anything. This isn't a rapid-fire nailer in any sense of the word, for anything requiring many nails driven in quick succession, get a compressor and an air-nailer.
Thanks for your input, have you encountered the same behavior with different brands of brad strips?
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It works well, with only one issue. For some reason, if I have a full strip of Brad nails loaded, the driving rod will not retract fully. If I break a strip in half, and never load it more than halfway, it retracts fine. This isn't a big issue with me, as long as I know how to deal with it, and it might be an issue only with my particular nailer. Even if this issue was common with the nailer, I still recommend getting it.
My same ryobi brad nailer does not have this full strip nails problem...
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Thanks for your input, have you encountered the same behavior with different brands of brad strips?
I have used at least 3 different brands of brads in it... same issue regardless. I'm used to it at this point.
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