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The Porter-Cable BN200B 5/8-to-2-inch 18-gauge Brad Nailer comes with a maintenance-free motor for added reliability and long tool life. With the ability to drive 5/8-to-2-inch 18-gauge nails, this brad nailer features an internal piston catch for consistent maximum power on every shot and a rear exhaust to keep debris away from the work piece. Also included is a tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment with detents for proper setting of nail heads, a tool-free jam release mechanism for easy nail removal, and a sequential style trigger with a lock off switch. Other features include a contact safety located behind the driver guide for better visibility, an adjustable belt hook, an integrated rubber grip for improved comfort, and a low nail reload indicator. With a 100-nail magazine, this nailer operates at 70-to-120 PSI for added versatility. Its strong and lightweight die-cast aluminum body measures 9-3/4 x 10.4 inches and weighs 2.6 pounds.
Featuring a long life maintenance/oil-free motor that prevents oil from staining the work surface, an internal piston catch for consistent max power on every shot, and a rear exhaust that keep contaminates away from work, the BN200B marks a resurgence in the line of Porter Cable finish nailers. With the ability to drive 18 gauge nails from 5/8” to 2” length, a tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment with detents for proper setting of nail heads, tool-free jam release mechanism for easy nail removal, a sequential style trigger with lock off switch and a removable non-marring nose tip with on tool storage, the BN200B meets all of the requirements that the discerning end user demands. Includes: 1,000 18 Ga. 1-1/4" brad nails, 1/4" fitting, safety glasses carrying case.
As advertised. Works great. Very happy with purchase. Beats the heck out of hammer and nailing.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
great brad nail gun .. been using them for years .. this is a replacementPublished 3 months ago by Robert Calhoun