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Metabo HPT 18-Gauge Pneumatic Brad Nailer EXPIRED

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Lowe's has Metabo HPT 18-Gauge Pneumatic Brad Nailer (NT50AE2M) for $49.98. Shipping is free or choose free store pickup where stock permits.

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Features:
  • Accepts 5/8 In. to 2 In. 18-gauge fasteners
  • Selective actuation switch lets the user easily select bump fire or sequential fire modes
  • Only 2.2 lbs, for easy all day use
  • Depth of drive dial allows the user to easily adjust the drive depth for a professional finish
  • No-mar tip on the nose protects the work piece from unintended markings
  • Located on the magazine, alerts the user when nail quantities are low so that blank drives are avoided
  • 360 Degree adjustable exhaust port keeps dust, debris and oil off the finish project

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Metabo HPT 18-Gauge Pneumatic Brad Nailer
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kiran4298 asked this question on 01-26-2022 at 09:33 AM
01-26-2022 at 09:33 AM
This is mostly for trim. Door, window, chair rail, crown moulding, you get the idea. As was posted above, not for hardwood floors and DEFINITELY not for vinyl, which is either floating (ie click-lock) or stick-on.
01-26-2022 at 09:33 AM
Maybe for putting up baseboard or shoe molding after the floor. Solid wood floors need a floor nailer and vinyl shouldn’t need nailed down

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I would want only the nail head slightly counter sunk in the wood to putty over. I don't want marks from the contact pin indenting the wood at all. Makes me use mo putty wich cost more, and just doesn't look like good craftsmanship. Then my wife makes me pull the whole thing out and yells at me and tells me how I'm not a man and I should have hired a real professional.

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I have Hitachi version of this and it is a great little brad nailer. The only problem I had was using it on soft pine and the contact pin would indent the wood slightly. Maybe this is better, not sure.
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Likely the same. Same tools, new name. Hitachi sells their tools under the "Metabo" banner in North America now.
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I have Hitachi version of this and it is a great little brad nailer. The only problem I had was using it on soft pine and the contact pin would indent the wood slightly. Maybe this is better, not sure.
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I have no idea how the quality compares but my Lowes was selling the craftsman Brad nailer and 16 gauge nailer package for $55

Edit. Nevermind it's back to $110
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Quote from DrPass :
Likely the same. Same tools, new name. Hitachi sells their tools under the "Metabo" banner in North America now.
I made my comment based only on the tool tip difference. Maybe they corrected with a new design. Only flaw on orig. "Hitachi" model IMO. Mine was used in production not DIY and held up well.
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Same price on Amazon.
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Quote from mike1650 :
I have Hitachi version of this and it is a great little brad nailer. The only problem I had was using it on soft pine and the contact pin would indent the wood slightly. Maybe this is better, not sure.
Don't you want a slight indentation so that you can putty over it?
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Don't you want a slight indentation so that you can putty over it?
I would want only the nail head slightly counter sunk in the wood to putty over. I don't want marks from the contact pin indenting the wood at all. Makes me use mo putty wich cost more, and just doesn't look like good craftsmanship. Then my wife makes me pull the whole thing out and yells at me and tells me how I'm not a man and I should have hired a real professional.
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Don't you want a slight indentation so that you can putty over it?
You want the Smallest hole possible.. just the nail head.
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Quote from robertson136 :
I have no idea how the quality compares but my Lowes was selling the craftsman Brad nailer and 16 gauge nailer package for $55

Edit. Nevermind it's back to $110
Bummer, that sounded like a slick deal!
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Anyone know of this is better / worse than a Makita brad nailer?
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HPT should be in title. There is no comparison (yet) between Metabo tools and Metabo HPT tools.
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Can we use this tool for DIY projects like wood or vinyl flooring ?
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