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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 $129 HomeDepot

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

$129 normally $179 (Save $50)

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Tool only is $99 which may be a better deal for some.

Last BF this package was $109 so might want to hold off opening it if you buy.
https://slickdeals.net/f/12323143-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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Love this tool. SO handy.
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I'm in for one, returning my Milwaukee fuel 18ga nailer i just got that came to me used (was supposed to be new) thanks for helping me save $100+
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I have this and when it works, it is fabulous, especially for small jobs when you don't want to set up the compressor for just a few brads. Just last Saturday I was using it on some 1x2 material and it drove the brad through the board and my finger in one quick strike. Plenty of power!

Lately I've been having some issues with the nailer not retracting fully though.
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May I ask,
If I'm planning on changing my baseboards (molding), would I use this or a different gun?
I see some that are called brad nailer, or pin nailer or crown nailer?
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Got this couple of months ago. Install new baseboards and door casing.
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May I ask,
If I'm planning on changing my baseboards (molding), would I use this or a different gun?
I see some that are called brad nailer, or pin nailer or crown nailer?
It could work depending on the size of the casing but 15 or 16 gauge gun would most likely be better suited.
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May I ask,
If I'm planning on changing my baseboards (molding), would I use this or a different gun?
I see some that are called brad nailer, or pin nailer or crown nailer?
This gun would be able to install your baseboards and molding.
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