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Arrow ET200 Heavy Duty Electric Nail Gun, shoots up to 1 1.4-Inch Brads

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  • Ergonomic design for reduced operator fatigue
  • Dual safety switches for operator protection
  • Long lasting hardened steel moving parts for longer tool life
  • Tough, impact-resistant housing for jobsite durability
  • Durable, 6-foot cord
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Arrow ET200 Heavy Duty Electric Nail Gun, shoots up to 1 1.4-Inch Brads + Arrow Fastener BN1820 Genuine 1-1/4-Inch, 18 Gauge Brads, 2,000-Pack + Arrow BN1810 Genuine 5/8-Inch Brown Brad Nails, 500-pack
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Product Description

Heavy Duty Electric Brad Nail Gun Kit, Shoots 5/8", 3/4", 1" & 1-1/4" Brad Nails, Use The Following For Brad Nails: BN1810 500 Pack 5/8" Brown Brad Nail, BN1812B 2,000 Pack 3/4" Brown Brad Nail, BN1816B 2,000 Pack 1" Brown Brad Nail, BN1820 1-1/4" Nail/Brad.

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Great for crown moldings, cabinet drawers, door moldings, railings and more, the ET200 Heavy Duty Electric Nail Gun from Arrow fires brad nail sizes from 5/8-inch to 1-1/4 inches. Featuring 14 amps of driving power, along with trigger and contact-fire safety switches, the ET200 offers plenty of muscle for beefier brad jobs while protecting the operator from accidental misfires. A 10-foot power cord easily spans most workpieces, while hardened steel working parts offer longer tool life. A non-marring contact bumper protects the workpiece for superior frames, furniture, cabinetry upholstery, paneling, and more.

FEATURES

  • Ergonomic design for reduced operator fatigue
  • Dual safety switches for operator protection
  • Long lasting hardened steel moving parts for longer tool life
  • Tough, impact-resistant housing for jobsite durability
  • Durable 10' cord for extended reach

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Brad nail sizes: 5/8", 3/4", 1", and 1-1/4"

Product Details

Package Quantity: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 6 inches ; 5.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00020JOEQ
  • Item model number: ET200
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,897 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)
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157 of 166 people found the following review helpful By R. Denley on May 25, 2009
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My review is obviously not in agreement with most others but i believe it is very fair and accurate.

I am 61 and have been carpentering since I was 16. I am retired but still work as a consultant for an emergency restoration company on very hard jobs in the renovation of homes after fire,flood and mold damage. I have used all four types of nailers including hand nail sets,electric. pneumatic (air drive)both portable and connected to an air compressor as well as manual hammer driven hardwood floor nailers.

I am not connected with Arrow company in any way!!. The tool is used is the second version which tells me the first probably had flaws or why upgrade it. It takes a lot of power to drive a narrow nail through wood especially oak or maple and if you look at most expensive commercial nailers they have large heavy heads for the drive mechanism. A manual floor nailer has a one inch drive head that you slam with a three inch mallet that then transfers all this force to a single wire nail 1/16th inch wide. Even then they won't set all the time which is why they sell a "Bostitch manual nail setter" with most mallet nailers.

Air drive nailers are expensive, heavy and also split and break moldings if you are not careful! This is an inexpensive electric nailer that will drive nails within its' limitations which is where I believe the negative ratings come from.

My bet is most people did not take the time to read the instructions carefully. First is power and this tool pulls over 10 amps which is a huge electric load but that is why there is a 16 gauge cord on it. If you connect this to any typical extension cord you will have trouble since they are usually 18 gauge (higher number means smaller wire) and will not power this nailer.
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87 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Louie on October 28, 2006
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Sometimes, a product is so well designed, so well made, and fulfills its function so beautifully, that it is a joy to own. While not one of these products, this one looks so capable and fails so completely that it enhances the experience of owning something that really does work. It comes in a terrific case that has little slots for all the brad sizes the gun can accommodate. The case has a slot for the instruction sheet and the gun fits so well, it's actually possible to get it back into the case. So, 5 stars to the case. In fact, opening the case and looking at this tool and the marvel of organization this setup is, I was confident that I could nail a thin strip of molding to a fence. But I couldn't. The nails wouldn't go through the 1/4 inch molding.

Since the brads this thing shoots are so fragile, I had a hard time hammering them into the wood without bending them. What this thing did do well is hold the brads, keeping me from dropping them into the weeds; and setting them, keeping me from hammering my fingers. It also makes a great tool noise.

I should have read the other reviews before buying this thing. I have no standards for workmanship, unless it's important enough for me to pay someone competent to do it. So, I'll keep this thing and use it. I'll just keep firing, hammering, and bending as many brads as it takes to hold something in place. If it really matters, I'll hire somebody who knows how to do it. Also, I'll already have the tool if I'm ever faced with the need to nail Jello to sheetrock.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By K. Wardzala on February 25, 2006
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I bought this nail gun to use to install base molding and do some light cabinet work. The nail gun was not powerful enough to sink the 5/8" brad nails or the 1 1/4" brad nails completely into trim or pieces of dimensional pine. The gun left most nails about 1/16" above the surface requiring a nail set to set them completely. Additionally, the nails tended to bend when set by hand. I would not recommend this product for any use.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By kev6677 on April 2, 2007
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GREAT UNIT VERY POWERFULL I MUST NOTE THERE WERE TWO VERSION OF THIS UNIT THE 2ND ONE IS THE BETTER OF THE TWO. I HAD THE FIRST AND HAD TO RETURN IT BECAUSE IT WAS MALFUNCTIONING. MOST OF THE NEGATIVE REVIEWS WERE I BELIEVE FROM THIS OLDER MODEL. THE NEWER MODEL SAYS Arrow Fastener ET200 Heavy Duty Electric Nail Gun..VER.2
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By CrazyReviewInLI on July 21, 2007
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If you want to spend your weekend basking in endless frustration, then this is the product for you. Otherwise, I would recommend that you avoid the ET200 electric nail gun.

Like most here, I needed to put up molding (base and crown), did not own a compressor, and didn't want to damage the molding by hammering manually. This seemed like the perfect item...until I used it. I shot a total of 5 nails - each went in half way and one actually jammed the "jam free" mechanism.

The model that I had was the version 2, which some claim is more powerful. If this was the high powered version, I can only guess that with version 1 the nails just fell out the front.

After this wonderful experience, I packed it all back up and returned it to the store. For a little bit more, I found a Porter Cable nail gun, "pancake" compressor, and hose kit (that even came with nails!). It was a great deal and I did the whole job in less than 1 hour - a highly recommended joy to use and worth every extra penny (model: CFBN125B)
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