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Home Depot.com has 4-Piece HDX Pneumatic Finishing Nailers Kit (HDX4PFNK) on sale for $69.88. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks brisar

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  • HDX Pneumatic 16-Gauge Straight Finish Nailer
  • HDX Pneumatic 2" 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
  • HDX Pneumatic 1-1/4" Narrow Crown Stapler
  • HDX Pneumatic 1" 23-Gauge Micro Pinner
  • 200-Count of each Nail
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This nailer kit is ideal for use w/ cabinetry, trimming, crafts and small products. Offer valid only for June 13, 2018 or while supplies last. Limit of 5 per order. - Discombobulated

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That's a pretty good price for a well-rated pneumatic kit. It's good to have a dedicated 18ga nailer and 18ga stapler too - the "combination" nailer/staplers have a big drawback when using brads - the wide striker dents the hell out of your material.
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Bought this a couple hours ago since I couldn't pass up the price. I don't need the brad nailer or pin nailer, so hopefully selling those I can make up most of the price. I already have the Freeman brand in the brad nailer, so I'll do a comparison and see which one I keep.
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I bit on this as well. Bought a refurbished Porter Cable kit a while back and the Brad is leaking and needs a new set of seals and the finisher needs the trigger replaced. Better use of my time and money to get this deal and the added pin nailer than to mess with the others. Thanks!
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I have this kit and the pin nailer broke during first use. The Brad and framing nailer are fine. Finish nailer is just ok. It is priced decently just telling my experience.
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huh i'm grabbing this and selling my Senco 3 gun set. only used occasionally and i'll make a little scratch doing so.
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I bought this kit a few X-mases ago. Good for the homeowner that uses them once in a while (me). I use all of the pieces. Only had to "splurge" for the HF framing nailer.
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I bought this kit after people swearing by Harbor Freight.

For me this wasn't working nor was Harbor Freight. Lesson learned is you get what you pay for. DeWalt has a clone of the BOSTITCH BTFP12233 that was on sale, supposedly $40 off at Home Depot.. I got it after being convinced of the technology and how the spring worked, its basically opposite of transitional nailers. It also has a very fine point which is perfect for my needs. To make a long story short, the cheap nailers mar pretty bad on soft woods. There's hacks but you shouldn't need to 'hack' a new nail gun.

If you're doing fine work where no marring is critical, I'd skip. It also marred up a baseboard I was testing it on (this HDX kit). I got the DWFP12233 (notice the model number vs BOSTITCH lol, clearly in the same tool family), $10 cheaper, extremely nice quality.. and I actually use "rapid fire" but most important to me was a whopping 7 year warranty from DeWalt, where their warranties arent amazing but most of the time they work. It's still on sale at HD.

But if you're working with really hard woods, are okay with some marring, construction, jobs where you're painting and can quickly fill in whatever is left (often times you need to fill in finishing nail holes regardless) then perhaps this is a good kit for you. Quality wise, it was much closer to Harbor Freight than Dewalt or Hitatchi.
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Hdx is junk but atleast it comes with 1 yr warranty.
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I bought this kit after people swearing by Harbor Freight.

For me this wasn't working nor was Harbor Freight. Lesson learned is you get what you pay for. DeWalt has a clone of the BOSTITCH BTFP12233 that was on sale, supposedly $40 off at Home Depot.. I got it after being convinced of the technology and how the spring worked, its basically opposite of transitional nailers. It also has a very fine point which is perfect for my needs. To make a long story short, the cheap nailers mar pretty bad on soft woods. There's hacks but you shouldn't need to 'hack' a new nail gun.

If you're doing fine work where no marring is critical, I'd skip. It also marred up a baseboard I was testing it on (this HDX kit). I got the DWFP12233 (notice the model number vs BOSTITCH lol, clearly in the same tool family), $10 cheaper, extremely nice quality.. and I actually use "rapid fire" but most important to me was a whopping 7 year warranty from DeWalt, where their warranties arent amazing but most of the time they work. It's still on sale at HD.

But if you're working with really hard woods, are okay with some marring, construction, jobs where you're painting and can quickly fill in whatever is left (often times you need to fill in finishing nail holes regardless) then perhaps this is a good kit for you. Quality wise, it was much closer to Harbor Freight than Dewalt or Hitatchi.
You can typically adjust the depth of the pin so that it does not mar even soft wood
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I bought this kit after people swearing by Harbor Freight.

For me this wasn't working nor was Harbor Freight. Lesson learned is you get what you pay for. DeWalt has a clone of the BOSTITCH BTFP12233 that was on sale, supposedly $40 off at Home Depot.. I got it after being convinced of the technology and how the spring worked, its basically opposite of transitional nailers. It also has a very fine point which is perfect for my needs. To make a long story short, the cheap nailers mar pretty bad on soft woods. There's hacks but you shouldn't need to 'hack' a new nail gun.

If you're doing fine work where no marring is critical, I'd skip. It also marred up a baseboard I was testing it on (this HDX kit). I got the DWFP12233 (notice the model number vs BOSTITCH lol, clearly in the same tool family), $10 cheaper, extremely nice quality.. and I actually use "rapid fire" but most important to me was a whopping 7 year warranty from DeWalt, where their warranties arent amazing but most of the time they work. It's still on sale at HD.

But if you're working with really hard woods, are okay with some marring, construction, jobs where you're painting and can quickly fill in whatever is left (often times you need to fill in finishing nail holes regardless) then perhaps this is a good kit for you. Quality wise, it was much closer to Harbor Freight than Dewalt or Hitatchi.
Apples to oranges. You're comparing a single 18ga nailer with a price tag higher than these 4 tools combined, and 4x the price of the HF counterpart when on sale. No kidding it's going to be night and day.
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Paid $50 for this 2.5 years ago. Very good value for the price. I use the stapler and 18 gauge nailer all the time. My pin nailer only was used once before it jammed up and won't fire. My stapler leaks air so it have to disconnect it after every use. Ymmv but I still think they were worth the $50 I paid.
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You can typically adjust the depth of the pin so that it does not mar even soft wood
That did nothing, I wish that was all that's needed. I'd accept more frequent jams for saving lots of money.

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Apples to oranges. You're comparing a single 18ga nailer with a price tag higher than these 4 tools combined, and 4x the price of the HF counterpart when on sale. No kidding it's going to be night and day.
Love the sarcasm but you missed the point.

I was simply saying that the many people that think the expensive ones are a waste of money, that you get the same thing in off brands, perhaps a bit more jamming, but thats about it. You will also hear all across the web "I've had mine for 5 years and it's never caused me any issues."

So clearly theres a lot of people that are happy with the cheaper ones, that give advice for those looking at the expensive vs cheap ones as you might as well get the cheap ones, there's not much of a difference. That's why I posted that, there absolutely is a difference that people should know about.
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Thank OP, have crown molding to attach, almost purchased 99$ battery powered nailer. Now I need a air compressor. Any advice? will the 99$ pancake porter cable do?
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