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Husky Pneumatic 2-in-1 18 Gauge 2" Brad Nailer & 1/4" Narrow Crown Stapler EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Husky Pneumatic 2-in-1 18 Gauge 2" Brad Nailer & 1/4" Narrow Crown Stapler w/ 400-Ct Fasteners (DP2118G) on sale for $19.97. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks scottatl

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Seems like a great price, much better than HF.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../309374310

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No, it works great for trim. The only thing is these 2 in 1 guns leave a larger hole to fill due to wider striker blade for the staple option. I found you can shoot at an angle to reduce this
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https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=309374310

In stock at most stores around me at the $20 price.
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I bought at $30 but the marks left by this in trim, even for brad nails, are the size of staples. I don't feel like having to spackle 3/16"-1/4" indentions instead of 1/16" is a good trade off for combining guns. $20 is a great price but I'm going to return mine and stick to separate guns.
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brickseek deal? the link has it $80
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https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=309374310

In stock at most stores around me at the $20 price.
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This was $30 few weeks ago so nice price now at $20
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bought one bargain at $20
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I'm in so cal and found a number of stores that had it instock. in for 2 one for my husband and my father in law. Smilie great deal!. the one next to my house is $80 but i looked a few cities over and it's $20
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I thought this was a deal at 30 but dang! Swooped one
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Ordered two for in-store pick-up down the street. Thanks OP
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Ordered one online for in store pick up. There was 7 in stock at the Oneonta NY location. Perfect, thanks OP
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I have a 3 gal 135 psi 1 hp Craftsman air compressor. Will it handle this nail gun?
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Picking one up anyway as it is only $20, but this would be overkill for trim right-I need a finishing 14 or 16 gauge for that?
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I bought at $30 but the marks left by this in trim, even for brad nails, are the size of staples. I don't feel like having to spackle 3/16"-1/4" indentions instead of 1/16" is a good trade off for combining guns. $20 is a great price but I'm going to return mine and stick to separate guns.
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