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RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt AirStrike 23-Gauge 1-3/8 In. Headless Pin Nailer (certified pre-owned) $63.99

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Thanks! Looking for this to install some trim.
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Been looking for one of these, thanks!
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What kind of gauge should I be looking to get for someone just starting out their tools collection? I might build some cabinets and some other small pieces. Nothing like a kitchen table or dresser.
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Thanks! Looking for this to install some trim.
Check the size before you buy. I don't think you want a pin nailer for trim. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong.
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For cabinets and lighter items 18gauge would probably suffice along with some screws.
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Thanks! Looking for this to install some trim.
Yeah, these pins are tiny. It would only work for installing very thin trim.
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Great price! Got one. Now....hope it works well.
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What kind of gauge should I be looking to get for someone just starting out their tools collection? I might build some cabinets and some other small pieces. Nothing like a kitchen table or dresser.
16 or 18. I have the Ryobi 16 gauge and it is by far one of my most used tools. From its actual intended use to just tacking stuff into place until I place screws in things I love it. was able to hang 8x4ft sheets of pegboard by me by just holding it and quickly tacking it in place.
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A pin nailer is used to hold small or light pieces of trim in place until the glue dries. Not good to use if you are using Gorilla glue as the glue expands and pin nails won't hold. For a first nail gun determine what you will use it for. For trim I typically use 18 gauge. For framing there are two types of nails, clipped head or full head. I only use full head framing nailers as clipped head nails are not code in some areas.
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Been waiting on a deal on the pin nailer forever since it almost never goes on sale at HD. How are the preowned tools from Direct Tools Outlet, and what is their service like? I'm reading mixed reviews about them.
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Yeah, these pins are tiny. It would only work for installing very thin trim.
I'm using it to secure some wood quarter round floor moulding to the baseboard. They are surprisingly strong for being so thin, as long as you use several. I just got a 16 gauage finish nailer as the main tool.
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Thanks OP been waiting for this one on DT.
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As mentioned before if you don't have a nail gun and want to do general trim work and other woodworking assembly you probably want to start with 18ga, the 23ga pin nailer is great for holding pieces together while glue dries and is often used by woodworkers instead of clamps when you don't need a ton of pressure.
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Been waiting on a deal on the pin nailer forever since it almost never goes on sale at HD. How are the preowned tools from Direct Tools Outlet, and what is their service like? I'm reading mixed reviews about them.
Most of the refurbished products I got from them were actually new. I can't speak about their customer service though because never needed to contact them.
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