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Weighing only 2.7 pounds, the Stanley Bostitch BT1855K 18-gauge brad nailer has a tough new industrial design, and is great for a variety of finish and trim applications. With a storage capacity of 100 brads, this tool will drive 5/8-inch to 2-1/8-inch 18-gauge brad nails and is loaded with great features. The tool’s weight and balance are complemented by an over-molded grip to help maximize comfort and minimize fatigue during overhead applications or prolonged use. The BT1855K has an oil-free design that requires no maintenance and prevents stains on work surfaces. The selectable trigger system allows for easy conversion between sequential or contact modes. Additionally, the BT1855K features a dial-a-depth control for quick countersinking adjustments and a low fastener lockout that prevents dry fire and alerts the user when it's time to reload. The ultra-quiet rear exhaust directs air away from the user and the reversible belt hook with integrated pencil sharpener allows for ultimate convenience on the job site. The BT1855K is an excellent choice for interior and exterior trim, cabinetry, furniture, and crafts.
Stanley Bostitch, a brand of Stanley Black and Decker, is a leading manufacturer of pneumatic nailers and staplers, fasteners, compressors, hand tools, and related accessories for market segments including commercial/residential construction, manufactured housing, manufactured furniture/bedding, professional woodworking, sophisticated hobbyists, and office workers everywhere. Headquartered in New Britain, Connecticut, Stanley Bostitch operates multiple manufacturing facilities throughout the globe.
The Stanley Bostitch BT1855K 18-gauge brad nailer comes with one ¼-inch fitting, one carrying case, one hex wrench, and one belt hook, and brad nails.
I've been struggling with an old Senco brad/staple combo nailer and finally decided to trash it after it cost me about an hour of labor and a few sections of moulding. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Timothy Milligan
Job done , only run nail down till about 1/2 left then reload new stripPublished 3 months ago by Scott the nurse
Finish carpenter. Love the Bostitch. Drove every nail with little markings. Used it every day all day for 6 months until the driver broke. 19 dollar fix.Published 3 months ago by Scott Peters
Over all this is a good gun I am a huge Dewalt fan but I was a little tight on money so I tried this one.
Was not disappointed as good as Dewalt no but still a great product
When my old Bostich nailer was stolen, I had no hesitations about buying another Bostich. I bought this one at the big box home store. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ethan Rode