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DEWALT - 20V MAX XR 18 GA Cordless Brad Nailer (Tool Only) DCN680B @ Murdoch's - Free shipping $155.99

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Dewalt 20V 18 guage brad nailer. Been looking for a good price on this and the other Murdoch deals found this for me.

DCN680B [murdochs.com]
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What is the difference between nailers? Is there one more multipurpose than others? Thx
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What is the difference between nailers? Is there one more multipurpose than others? Thx
Different nail thickness and sizes mainly for different uses (for example you wouldn't want using framing nailer for your trim and vise versa).
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https://www.framingnailerz.com/fr...sh-nailer/ found this. Pretty good article
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Different nail thickness and sizes mainly for different uses (for example you wouldn't want using framing nailer for your trim and vise versa).
Hey man, gotta make sure those crowns stay up.

But on a serious note, I have this gun. Out of ~100 nails it'll mangle 3-4 and won't fully drive in another 5 unless you're dead straight.

But I'm new to it so it passes. Especially since I don't need to lug around a compressor and hose. Nice for small jobs / ground work.
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Hey man, gotta make sure those crowns stay up.

But on a serious note, I have this gun. Out of ~100 nails it'll mangle 3-4 and won't fully drive in another 5 unless you're dead straight.

But I'm new to it so it passes. Especially since I don't need to lug around a compressor and hose. Nice for small jobs / ground work.
I still use ridgid air one but don't remember nail problems unless shooting very hard wood or something similar (knots, laminated surfaces). Try different nail manufacturer, maybe that will help.
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Different nail thickness and sizes mainly for different uses (for example you wouldn't want using framing nailer for your trim and vise versa).
Another key difference to note is the angle of the nailer. You don't want to put the wrong nails into a nailer and this one is easy because there is no angle. On the down side it does make it harder to use in tight spots than one where the nails are at an angle.
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They don't ship to Alaska, California, and Hawaii... They haven't implemented the change outlined in Prop 65.
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$197.99 for the 15 gauge [murdochs.com] is a much better deal. I love mine and prefer the 15 gauge for a bit more holding force.
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Is this suitable for baseboards? This specific brad nailer.
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Is this suitable for baseboards? This specific brad nailer.
Yes, you can also add some powergrab or similar glue if they're larger than 4" in height to increase the hold.
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What is the difference between nailers? Is there one more multipurpose than others? Thx
Brads are most often used in the construction of projects - bookcases, cabinets, etc.
Finish nails are most often used for installing items to the wall.

Hope that helps ya..
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All of these sales just flipped over to in-store only...
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All of these sales just flipped over to in-store only...
Because they sold out.
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Is this a legit company? I placed an order for this and 2 other Dewalt tools last week. Since then I can't even find the order status online under my account, and the rep told me "this order is still under fraud verification and we'll email you shortly once it's complete". What is this nonsense?
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