|Item Weight||6.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.2 x 15.8 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||BN200B|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||3 Year Limited Warranty / 1 Year Free Service Contract / 90 Day Money Back Guarantee|
PORTER-CABLE BN200B 5/8 Inch to 2 Inch 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
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- Long life maintenance-free motor to keep from staining the work surface
- Internal piston catch for consistent max power on every shot
- Rear exhaust to keep contaminants away from work
- Drives 18 ga. nails from 5/8-inch to 2-inch length; Tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment with detents for proper setting of nail heads
- Measures 9-3/4by10.4 inches; weighs 2.6 pounds
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I have been using this nailer quite often, and am now left with several boxes of finish nails I will likely never use again. No more getting the nailsets out to bury a finish nail down on a piece of trim, etc.
The options for using this are endless. Just last night, I needed to make a couple wood boxes to hold scrap in my workshop area, and had some scrap 3/8" plywood, perfect for the boxes. Using this nailer, I could quickly apply a little glue, between corners of the box, and shoot a couple brads in and done. Can't do that with finish nails on plywood without splitting out alot.
Great tool, highly recommended, easy to handle.
And what works. A little new style than before but the same
Basic gun. No oil needed in this one but I never oiled the last
The Not So Good: make sure when using 2" nails that you are using the right size. Some 2" nails are 50mm and some are 51mm. This gun only accepts up to 50mm. The PC Brand 2" nails are 51mm!!! Kind of silly that the products are incompatible even though both made/labeled PC. I spoke with PC and they avoided the aspect of incompatibility and simply said 51mm may cause unwanted operation.
The Bad: Amazon is extremely slow at shipping. Waited over a week for it to finally ship then 4 days shipping time. Yeah I know it's free shipping, but even the slowest shipping method doesn't take that long.
I have an older version of this Porter-Cable nailer and it's a great nailer even after shooting well over 5,000 nails. Of all the tools in my shop, it's one of my favorites. Indispensible for woodworking and trim.
My first brad nailer was a no-name cheapo that shot maybe 100 nails before it was trash.
I purchased this one as a gift.
March 13 2011.
Well I didn't wait 4 or 5 years for a updated review. Used this brad nailer to install crown moulding and floor moulding in a bedroom. These 18 gauge brads heads don't even need to be covered they leave such a small hole or that is the way I did it. Worked fantastic without a failure to perform on each and every brad. Couldn't have been a easier job with this nailer and I can hardly wait until the next job I can use this nailer on.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have had good luck with Porter Cable in the past, and still use my 16 gauge relyably on a daily basis, but this brad nailer is less then effective. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Stephen Bruesewitz
LOOK FOR REVIEWS FROM PROFESSIONALS, NOT FROM HOMEOWNERS NAILLIN A FRIGGEN BOX TOGETHER ONE TIME!
not for pros. porter cable is making some crap these days. Read more
Works as advertised. I have a smaller PC brad nailer, so i got this for 2" brads. Works fine although as another reviewer noted, the depth is difficult to control. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Howie B