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BOSTITCH HP118K 23-Gauge 1/2-Inch to 1-3/16-Inch Pin Nailer

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  • 1/2-Inch to 1-3/16-Inch 23-Gauge Pin Nailer, Low-Profile Nose-Piece Tapers for Clear Site
  • Adjustable High/Lower Power Switch for Depth Control and Longer Life
  • Lightweight and Durable Aluminum Housing
  • Includes Nailer, 1/4" Air Fitting, Oil, Nail Selection, Carrying Case, and Belt Hook
  • 7-Year Limited Warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

Stanley Bostitch HP118K 23-Gauge 1/2" to 1-3/16" Pin Nailer


  • 1/2-inch to 1-3/16-inch 23-gauge pin nailer; low-profile nose-piece tapers for clear site
  • Adjustable high/lower power switch for depth control and longer life
  • Lightweight and durable aluminum housing
  • Includes nailer, oil, abrasive, and kit box
  • 7.81 by 9.06 by 1.6 inches; 2.3 pounds; 7-year limited warranty

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The Bostitch HP118K 23-Gauge 1/2-Inch to 1-3/16-Inch Headless Pin Nailer delivers the accuracy and comfortable handling you need to make quick work of detailed finish, trim, and woodworking projects. This pin nailer offers you the power of pneumatic action backed by Bostitch's long history of producing innovative fastening technology for dependable on-the-job performance.

The Bostitch 23-Gauge 1/2-Inch to 1-3/16-Inch Pin Nailer features:
  • Tapered nosepiece for spot-on precision
  • 60 in./lbs. driving power for secure nailing
  • Wide range of 23-gauge pin nails for ultimate versatility
  • Reversible Belt hook for added convenience


The kit includes the pin nailer, tool lubricant, and a set of 23-gauge pin nails, all transportable in an exclusive Bostitch carrying case. View larger .


The over-molded comfort grip is designed for easy, no-slip maneuvering. View larger .


The tapered nosepiece achieves precision for intricate work like picture framing. View larger .
Powerful, Adjustable Fastening for Precise, Clean Work
The Bostitch HP118K is well-suited for use with slim or delicate materials that might be split by an 18-gauge nail or brad. With this tool and set of 23-gauge pin nails, you can save time and money by preventing damage to work surfaces. An ideal choice for woodworking applications, the HP118K provides effective fastening for glue sets that are tough or impossible to clamp, and it will help you avoid the witness marks or holes that can be left by other driver heads, letting you create clean finished products.

Designed to keep you in control at all times, this nailer offers an adjustable high/low power control that sets pin depths without requiring you to adjust your compressor setting. It backs this precision with the ability to deliver 60 in./lbs. of driving power, so you can be sure that each pin is securely seated.

With the ability to handle 23-gauge headless pin nails that range from 1/2 inch to 1-3/16 inches, this nailer enables you to utilize a wide range of fasteners for job-specific performance. And its magazine capacity of 200 pins allows you to work without stopping to reload.

Ergonomic Design for Comfort and Convenience
The HP118K offers a full range of design features dedicated to smooth, safe, and intuitive use. It features a low-profile nosepiece that tapers down to the contact point which offers a clear line-of-site for perfect placement. An over-molded grip ensures slip-free handling, and it is balanced to sit comfortably in your hand during extended use. And, for added comfort while you work, the nailer's rear exhaust directs air away from your face. The pin nailer also features a reversible belt hook for convenience on the job.

Its compact body is easy to maneuver, which is of particular importance when doing intricate work like crafting custom cabinetry or picture frames, and, thanks to a durable, lightweight aluminum housing, it weighs just 2.5 pounds.

Reliable, Pneumatic Performance
This lightweight durable tool operates between 70 and 120 PSI and includes a 1/4-inch NPT fitting for easy coupling with your air hose and compressor.

This pin nailer is backed by a manufacturer's 7-year limited warranty.

How to Load the HP118K
1. Depress the spring loaded lever as shown bewlow in loading instructions Fig.1.
2. Pull sliding portion of magazine back as shown bewlow in loading instructions Fig.2
3. Load the stick of pins as shown bewlow in loading instructions Fig.3 with the arrow pattern pointing down as shown. If pins have black dots instead of arrows, the dots should be positioned up.
4. Close magazine as shown bewlow in loading instructions Fig.4 until it latches in the forward position. The tool is now ready for use.

What's in the Box
HP118K 23-Gauge Pin Nailer; 1/4-inch air fitting; 500 each of 1/2-inch pins, 3/4-inch pins, and 1-inch pins; tool lubricant; and carrying case.

Loading Instructions and Available Bostitch Fasteners:
Model #

PT-2312-3M
PT-2319-3M
PT-2325-3M
PT-2330-3M

Description

23 ga. 1/2" Headless Pin Nails - 3,000 ct.
23 ga. 3/4" Headless Pin Nails - 3,000 ct.
23 ga. 1" Headless Pin Nails - 3,000 ct.
23 ga. 1-3/16" Headless Pin Nails - 3,000 ct.



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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number HP118K
Item Weight4.2 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 12 x 3 inches
OriginTaiwan
Item model numberHP118K
Size1
ColorBlack
Power Sourceair-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool; case
Warranty Description7 Year Limited Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB000EX71F0
Best Sellers Rank #38,932 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 2, 2004
  
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Customer Reviews

Best 23 gauge finish nail gun that I have !
gary
I am very impressed with the ease of use and smooth handling.
Amazon Customer
It has worked fine, leaving tiny marks where the pins are.
Seacliff

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Remodeling in SoCal on February 2, 2008
Yes , there is a problem with driving 1 3/16" pins but Bostitch will send you an easy fix, a new driver/piston. I am surprised that no one called them and posted this . I always contact the manufacturer with any issues first, some are very helpful and others are not. Great CS from them, as I always have had from them, and an other wise very well made compact driver now will work just fine. As far as using 2"pins, they are too long for this gauge in real wood[18 ga.2"brads is even pushing it] ;they bend easily and can "blowout" of the wood[follow the grain] when using to be really useful anyway but the 1 3/16" is perfect for shoe base mld. for flooring installs and no filler is really needed. 1" pin guns limits the usefulness as other brands have as their longest length. 4 stars for the tool as is, and add 1 star for Bostitch being there to fix their problem making the gun excellent now.
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58 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Joe on March 31, 2007
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Just returned mine and ordered a Grex 635 instead. I fired about 40 pins in hard and soft wood, tried various compressor pressure settings, and various settings of the so-called "depth control." The gun jammed once. If the air pressure is at the low end of the recommended range (70-100 lbs.), or if the so-called "depth control" is set low, pins will usually be proud of the surface. With the proper adjustments the best you can do is get them to be flush, which is unacceptable as far as I'm concerned. According to Bostitch Customer Service, this pin nailer is not designed to countersink pins, but rather to leave them flush with the service. The "depth control" is a misleading name for what is really just another way of adjusting air pressure. It does NOT change the travel distance of the pin.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Rob Huley on April 5, 2007
shot up many a clip of pins over the past week on a kitchen with cherry cabinets and trim. guns of this ilk are absolutely invaluable in delicate/intricate hardwood production work, from temporary jigging to glue up clamping to achieving the perfect miter. but this gun drove me up the wall and forced the guy coming behind me with the markers and putty to take his artistry to a new level. almost every pin stood proud, long grain shots and end grain. if it wasn't proud there was the slightest dent from the gun nose and the pin was still didn't countersink. when trimming in standard fjp this gun is a godsend, but for hardwood work you had better invest in a microscopic nailset(alien technology, coming soon) if bostitch hasn't decided to include one in the case already
...to follow up, this pinner is but a continuing let down. production installation of hardwood is the name, having the pin hold the pieces is but half the game. the many, the proud. i have a quick learning curve, now i've got a grex.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By 24/7 woodworker on August 6, 2006
I just received this nailer about a week ago and have put it to work everyday. The first time I used it I noticed it would only drive the pins flush which makes the tool useless. The pins wouldn't even countersink in pine. I decided to grind the tip down a little hoping that it would allow the driver to make the pin go well below the wood. I'm sure Stanley wouldn't recommend this, but it did the job and now my pins go just the right depth in any wood that I use it on. Besides this minor problem everything else is perfect with tool including the case.
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44 of 52 people found the following review helpful By D. Trelford on February 21, 2008
I'm amazed at the amount of people trying to use this 23 guage pinner as a brad nailer or even a finish nailer. Most, if not all of the problems mentioned are due to operator error. These pinners are meant for delicate trim work where very thin and narrow pieces of wood can't be attached with a small nail or even a brad. When I read about using this guage pin on Ipe or people wanting a 2" pin it makes me cringe. It seems people are going to misuse and abuse machines all day long until they break and then they blame the machine. Learn your tool and learn the proper usage before expecting the impossible. It seems most of these "professionals" don't even know what a brad nailer is, let alone when to use a finish nail, a brad nail or a pin. There's a difference.
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By BJO on November 3, 2006
I was excited to purchase this nailer based on its ability to drive pins in excess of 1 inch. When it arrived I was pleased with the construction of the unit, very well made in the true Bostitch tradition. Upon immediately firing up my compressor to see what the unit will do, I was disappointed to see that it had a problem driving the 1 3/16 inch pins all the way into hardwood, in this case red oak. I tried different settings and even with the PSI set to max the pins would not countersink. I had to use a nail punch to finish the job, which is counter intuitive to why you would use a pin nailer to begin with. Other than that the nailer performs flawlessly, never jamming, etc. And by the way, the 1 3/6 pins are tough to come by. I have not seen them in any of my local home improvement or hardware stores. They are available through Amazon however, so you can stock up there.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By L. Forsman on May 7, 2007
I have been remodeling my home for the past year and was completing brand new Oak stairs with newel posts and balisters and railing. I had made all these pieces my self and I had to make some very small trim pieces and attach them to these beautiful stairs but my 18 guage trim nailer just blew them into toothpicks. I searched the web for a solution and found a review of pin guns in the JCL. I went to amazon and found the recommended gun kit. It arrived in a couple days. The little trim pieces were then tacked into place and you can hardly see the mark where the pin went through the trim piece.
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