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DOTD Ryobi 16 gauge Airstrike nailer $99 + $7 Shipping. Factory Blemished.

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DOTD Ryobi 16 gauge Airstrike 18v nailer $99 + $7 Shipping. Factory Blemished. From direct tools outlet. Tool only.

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...ler/p/P325
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Bought for same price a couple weeks ago from same website. Love it so far! Definitely beats carrying around compressor and hoses. I use mine even for hanging door frames and building closets.
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Bought for same price a couple weeks ago from same website. Love it so far! Definitely beats carrying around compressor and hoses. I use mine even for hanging door frames and building closets.
you think you could use this for hanging paneling?
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you think you could use this for hanging paneling?
I think 18ga is ideal for paneling. 16ga is a little thicker and more for hanging something like mdf or shiplap

FYI, they have a cpo 18ga for $85:

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...r/p/ZRP320
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you think you could use this for hanging paneling?
Without a doubt. I did an entire wall in shiplap for the misses recently and this thing made it an afternoon project instead of a several days affair. I use mine all the time even on larger projects to just tac stuff in place until I can properly anchor if I'm working alone. Love this thing.
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For those wondering, this is the tool only. No charger or battery included.

IMO, good deal for what you're getting.
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Not sure what the deal is with these factory blems - but I bought 5 tools last time - and man they are indistinguishable from new. They all came in brand new box, sealed. The tool itself was wrapped in a plastic bag - which is probably the only giveaway.

Do not let that "Factory Blemished" dissuade you from buying.
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Not sure what the deal is with these factory blems - but I bought 5 tools last time - and man they are indistinguishable from new. They all came in brand new box, sealed. The tool itself was wrapped in a plastic bag - which is probably the only giveaway.

Do not let that "Factory Blemished" dissuade you from buying.
Seems that selling the tools marked as blemished is THE way to sell them considering the exclusivity of Ryobi to Home Depot.
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I think 18ga is ideal for paneling. 16ga is a little thicker and more for hanging something like mdf or shiplap

FYI, they have a cpo 18ga for $85:

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...r/p/ZRP320
I'll be installing shoe molding for my basement flooring project. Would this tool be too big to fit ? I don't even know what gauge I should use for that
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I'll be installing shoe molding for my basement flooring project. Would this tool be too big to fit ? I don't even know what gauge I should use for that
I used 18ga for my quarter round. 1.5 or 2" length. 18ga is thinner, and less likely to split the wood.

The link I sent above shows an 18ga nailer. It's certified pre-owned, from the same seller. $85 right now, lowest I've seen is $67.

16ga nailer (thicker nail) is for more tough projects imo. Holding shiplap on a wall, or framing out smaller things (note: the 16ga gun is not a framing gun. Those shoot regular nails and are actually made for framing).
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Seems that selling the tools marked as blemished is THE way to sell them considering the exclusivity of Ryobi to Home Depot.
I'm no conspiracy nut - but you could be 100% correct. Maybe HD isn't moving as many units as Ryobi would like. Enter super stringent QA - and boom - large # go as blems. I support this argument by pointing out that there were a couple of items (smaller, accessory type stuff) that was retail or even higher than retail.
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Not sure what the deal is with these factory blems - but I bought 5 tools last time - and man they are indistinguishable from new. They all came in brand new box, sealed. The tool itself was wrapped in a plastic bag - which is probably the only giveaway.

Do not let that "Factory Blemished" dissuade you from buying.
I have bought more than I should lately and everything has come sealed in the ryobi factory box.
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i love my 18ga version. I want to get this even though I have no real use for it.
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I have the 18g and it's great. Have done tons of trim with it, no issues besides everyone trying to borrow it all the time.
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Back up to $129 Frown
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