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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless AirStrike 18-Gauge Brad Nailer with (1) 1.5 Ah Battery and (1) 18-Volt Charger $109

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Only $10 more than the bare tool, got a light weight 1.5ah battery and extra charger!
Wish they have the pin nailer on sale as well

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Im a newbie to this so Brad nailer vs pin nailer? What are they both best used for?

Good for two 2x4's?
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Im a newbie to this so Brad nailer vs pin nailer? What are they both best used for?

Good for two 2x4's?
Pin nailers are for crafts and delicate molding. Brad nailers are for furniture and cabinets where you're also using glue. They can also be used for light molding. Finish nailers are for most molding (supplement with construction adhesive for heavier molding), light-duty furniture/cabinet applications where you can't use glue, and any other non-load bearing application.

None of these are appropriate for dimensional lumber or any other structural use where you're not supplementing them with wood glue/construction adhesive/etc. So no, you can't use either with 2x4's. What you need is a framing nailer.
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Im a newbie to this so Brad nailer vs pin nailer? What are they both best used for?

Good for two 2x4's?
No, not at all. This could be used to secure small pieces of trim.
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Bought the bare tool for $99 a while back and used it to add wainscoting in the dining room. This is a great deal for an extra $10.
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Good deal, so much better than dragging around noisy compressor and hose. Been eyeing this when it was at $130
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I bought this recently and it's great for trim and small projects. You don't always get a brad nail to go in completely. Have batteries handy if you have a big project.
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I have a compressor so I'm a little jaded about the value here. $110 is a lot of money for a brad nailer in my opinion, it might be a good value vs. other cordless nailers and I understand the convenience.. I just can't spend $110 on a brad nailer.
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Grabbed one. Best price so far that I can see for this. Have a bunch of trim work to do for just my home and didn't want a compressor. Read that 16 gauge might be necessary but I think I can make this work
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I purchased this a few months ago to completely replace the baseboard molding in two condo rental units. I knew how unacceptable the compressor noise would be in that setting. The nailer was extremely easy to use and didn't jam once. The battery lasts a long time and I didn't even have to charge it during either project. This is a great price on this tool.
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I purchased this a few months ago to completely replace the baseboard molding in two condo rental units. I knew how unacceptable the compressor noise would be in that setting. The nailer was extremely easy to use and didn't jam once. The battery lasts a long time and I didn't even have to charge it during either project. This is a great price on this tool.
Did you use 2 inch nails? Did it shoot the nails subflush. Read some reviews where people had to go back and hammer a bunch of shots
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I have two battery platforms: Milwaukee and Ryobi. Although most people know Milwaukee is the higher quality brand this is one of the very few tools where the Ryobi is better. And it's way cheaper. Win win.
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Grabbed one. Best price so far that I can see for this. Have a bunch of trim work to do for just my home and didn't want a compressor. Read that 16 gauge might be necessary but I think I can make this work
18 gauge is the more flexible between it and 16ga (meaning I use it more for jobs around the house and garage projects so you should be able to make it work). That being said, 16 is what I use for baseboards, door jambs, or other thicker trim around my house.
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I have a compressor so I'm a little jaded about the value here. $110 is a lot of money for a brad nailer in my opinion, it might be a good value vs. other cordless nailers and I understand the convenience.. I just can't spend $110 on a brad nailer.
I'm in the same boat. I have a larger compressor piped in my garage so have access everywhere via hose reels, and have a small porter cable for inside the house. I'd love to have one of these for convenience, but just can't justify. Wish they would show up used more often locally, but it seems those that have them love them! Also, there's very few projects that I don't use a combination of multiple nailers...
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Did you use 2 inch nails? Did it shoot the nails subflush. Read some reviews where people had to go back and hammer a bunch of shots
Yes, I did use 2" nails, and the nails did go in flush. There is a setting to control the depth, depending upon the thickness/density of your material. So, when you first get started on your project, you might have to manually hit a few with a nail punch; but, you can quickly adjust the depth gauge to correct any issues. Good luck.
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