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M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 18-Gauge Brad Nailer (Tool Only) - Home Depot - $179 (Orig. $249)

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M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 18-Gauge Brad Nailer (Tool Only)
3.1 out of 5
Zero ramp-up time
Compatible with all M18 batteries

Regular Price: $249.00


Also available in a kit with 2.0ah battery and charger for $259.00:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../206862844
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I'm sure the price on these will continue to drop, these first gen nailers were pretty poorly reviewed, and the gen2 comes out next month.
https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Pro...rs/2746-20
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I'm sure the price on these will continue to drop, these first gen nailers were pretty poorly reviewed, and the gen2 comes out next month.
https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Pro...rs/2746-20
Agreed. I paid full price for this a few months ago as I have all M18 tools and batteries. This nailer is just barely passable as a Milwaukee product. It's so unreliable on positioning. You have to constantly adjust your hand angle and pressure to make it ready to fire. I'm sure it's safe, as it's never going to fire accidentally, that's for sure...

The new models, out soon, will be a welcome revision.
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Thanks for the info guys. Is it the same thing with the 15ga nailer?
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Thanks for the info guys. Is it the same thing with the 15ga nailer?
I wouldn't recommend any of the Gen1 nailers from Milwaukee, you will be farther ahead/happier going with the Ryobi versions.
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Thanks for the info guys. Is it the same thing with the 15ga nailer?
I have the 15g and 16g they work great for me. I havnt tried using it on solid oak moulding. But works great for regular pine, or poplar.

I plan on buying the new framing nailer.
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