DEWALT ATOMIC Compact Series™ 20V MAX* Brushless Cordless 23 Ga. Pin Nailer (Tool Only) (DCN623B)

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DEWALT ATOMIC Compact Series™ 20V MAX* Brushless Cordless 23 Ga. Pin Nailer (Tool Only) (DCN623B)

DEWALT ATOMIC Compact Series™ 20V MAX* Brushless Cordless 23 Ga. Pin Nailer (Tool Only) (DCN623B)

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Complete finish, trim, and remodeling work with this ATOMIC™ Compact Series™ 20V MAX* Brushless Cordless 23 Ga. I finally bit the bullet and bought the DeWalt unit and it has been a completely different experience. Instead two hex screws either side of the silver top are undone and the entire top is pulled clear with the springs and driver pin readily accessible for replacement (they are in a “casette” which is held in place by three screws). I wasn't too keen at first due to worries about battery platform "creep" but it's performance makes up for that. Nail guns are available in different types and ranges, including pneumatic, cordless, electric and brad nailer.

deWalt also supply a push-on plastic no-mar tip for the nose piece in the box, although I personally haven't yet used it, it may be useful when it comes to finish nailing stuff like plywood flooring. I understand it might still be more than you want to spend, but it might help to know you're paying for more than just losing the wire, it's an all-round nicer thing to use. Gone is the scary trip into the innards of the tool to replace the drive pin if it shears off (and again, this happens to all nailers, of all types, from time to time in trade volume use). I do a lot of custom trim work for cabinetry installations and find myself using this thing a lot rather than setting up my compressor. The tool will really and truly bump fire, even 90mm nails (despite DW advising otherwise) but getting it to properly sink nail heads may take a little practice – it operates in a different way to gas nailers and that can take some adjustment on the part of the operator.battery will drive about 700 nails, but in reality I found that when driving through C24 softwood into 150 year old pitch pine that I was getting about 450 to 500 90mm plain nails out of a 5. I've therefore wanted a battery-only 1st fix nailer from a main stream power tool manufacturer with Li-Ion batteries which could be interchanged with my main stream cordless tools for years – in fact ever since I heard that deWalt were working on one back around 2005 or 2006.

Then you may find some non-OEM gas can oil-up the inside of your gun and stop it working (Champion, especially, for some reason). Pity dewalt chose to do an angle only unit when 90% of site users have a straight nailer and that's all the sites supply in terms of nails.

It was surprising to me that this tool can fire a nail, like a gun fires a bullet, through the air and not have a prerequisite for firing to first have the no-mar tip nosepiece being compressed against the workpiece. The one negative think I noticed was the ferocious kickback it had - like a compressed air nailer running on too high a line pressure. The DW nails are fully compatible with Paslodes, etc and the DW in turn will happily use gas nailer nails as well. I know that the last 2 are out (23g nail gun in the USA not UK) or on the brink of being out (cordless belt sander).

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