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Metabo HPT 23 Gauge 5/8" to 1-3/8" Micro Pin Nailer Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon has Metabo HPT 23 Gauge 5/8" to 1-3/8" Micro Pin Nailer Kit (NP35A) on sale for $66.99 -> now $59.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders.

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  • Includes:
    • 1/4" NPT Male Plug (190001)
    • No Mar Tip (x2)
    • Hex Bar Wrench
    • Safety Glasses (875769)
    • Carrying Case (887572)
    • 5-Year Warranty

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Metabo pin nailer usually $120+ on sale at amazon must sign it to see price. Same item $120 at lowes atm can have it be price matched if needed.

https://www.amazon.com/Metabo-HPT...144&sr=8-1 >Now $59.99
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23 gauge is only for fine furniture making and tiny trim. A 16 or 18 gauge for base. There's debate on this but I think 18 is fine for base if you hit some studs with 2 or 2.5 in nails.
Good deal. Should add 23 gauge NP35A to title.

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Good deal. Should add 23 gauge NP35A to title.
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Really good nailer. My last one lasted 10yrs of almost daily use. Highly recommend.
OTH, 18g fell apart after 3-4 months.
Yet, OTH 16g still going strong after 8 years.
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Fantastic deal and gun. Just be super careful with the trigger as there is no nose safety.

I REALLY wish Hitachi made a 21ga pinner like the boutique gun companies.
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Dumb question...just need for diy around the house..can a 6 gallon pancake compressor handle this? Thanks...
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Normal price on Amazon is usually $73. Bought this 6 days ago for $67.

Still a good pin nailer for a good price, just not much of a deal.
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Great deal been wanting a 23 gauge nailer for a while. TU.

I agree you should put 23 gauge in headings.

@StadiumRocks, yes a pancake compressor should be more than enough for this. These are very small nails.
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Quote from StadiumRocks :
Dumb question...just need for diy around the house..can a 6 gallon pancake compressor handle this? Thanks...
Yes. More text needed.
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Tempting, but I've been spoiled by these cordless nailers.
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1 3/8" max is very limiting for stain grade finish work, the reason the grexx is $300 is it shoots 2" pins
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Dumb question...just need for diy around the house..can a 6 gallon pancake compressor handle this? Thanks...
Yes no problem
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I've been hemming and hawing over this pin nailer for ever. Almost bought it at $99 at Lowe's a few times. This is easily the cheapest I've seen it. Thank you!!
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Dumb question...just need for diy around the house..can a 6 gallon pancake compressor handle this? Thanks...
No prob with that!
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1 3/8" max is very limiting for stain grade finish work, the reason the grexx is $300 is it shoots 2" pins
3-Gauge 2 in. Pin Nailer
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