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RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt AirStrike 23-Gauge 1-3/8 In. Headless Pin Nailer $79.99

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Direct Tools Outlet has the RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt AirStrike 23-Gauge 1-3/8 In. Headless Pin Nailer (Factory Blemished) for $79.99 plus $7 flat rate shipping. This nailer doesn't go on sale very often, and factory blemished is basically brand new from DTO.

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Repped.. I agree. Saw this the other day during 20% off Ryobi tools and ordered. Came to $93 with tax. I should get it by this Friday, I'm excited.

BTW: you can get them on offerup/CL for like $60-$70
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Repped.. I agree. Saw this the other day during 20% off Ryobi tools and ordered. Came to $93 with tax. I should get it by this Friday, I'm excited.

BTW: you can get them on offerup/CL for like $60-$70
I ordered last week too. Mine came in today. I didn't look at Cl or OfferUp, but I've been watching ebay, nothing good under $100.
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What do you use pin nailer for ?
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What do you use pin nailer for ?
Same question. I have been waiting for Ryobi 18 gauge deal that was $99 with 2 batteries so I can finish my hard floor shoe moulding. What are those 23 gauge good for?
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Same question. I have been waiting for Ryobi 18 gauge deal that was $99 with 2 batteries so I can finish my hard floor shoe moulding. What are those 23 gauge good for?
Smaller hole but less strong. Wont leave a big ol brad hole in whatever youre doin. Woodworkers friend.
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Same question. I have been waiting for Ryobi 18 gauge deal that was $99 with 2 batteries so I can finish my hard floor shoe moulding. What are those 23 gauge good for?
I've always gotten by with a brad nailer but these are pretty much used on small pieces to help give some holding pressure until the glue sets. Like if your making small boxes, adding decorative trim, etc... Basically small pieces that you want a smaller hole you don't want to have cover as much and will be held in place by glue.
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In case you want to see the difference between gauges.. look at https://youtu.be/NYmNIsmN_38?t=134
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Thanks OP in for one!
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What the hell in for one...I was waiting for the M12 pin nailer to release in Q1 2021 but with how infrequent I'd use it, it might not be worth the premium.
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Will this work for trim/baseboards
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Will this work for trim/baseboards
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Need a brad or finishing nailer.
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I don't know if this has been cheaper, but with DTO it a good idea to watch prices. I ordered a refurbished 40v kit and paid $90 reduced from $100. it wasn't included in 20% discount at time, now it is included today And is $80. Another blower I got was $50 as deal of day and today it's $72. So it pays to know price history with DTO.
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What the hell in for one...I was waiting for the M12 pin nailer to release in Q1 2021 but with how infrequent I'd use it, it might not be worth the premium.
M12 as in Milwaukee? They're coming out with a 12v pin nailer?
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M12 as in Milwaukee? They're coming out with a 12v pin nailer?
Yes, Q1 2021. They have youtube reviews up.
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