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Paslode T250A 16-Gauge Pneumatic Angled Finish Nailer no. 500910

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  • Paslode 16-gauge Pneumatic Angled Trim Finish Nailer drives angled finish 1-1/4- to 2 1/2-Inch nails
  • Use for baseboard and shoe molding, cabinetry, chair rails, crown molding, door and window casings, door jambs and stops, paneling, stair assemblies and Pick-up, and and service work
  • Angled magazine allows the professional to reach tighter spots than with straight finish tools and easier access to corners
  • Comfortable soft textured grip; comes with case
  • Lightweight at 3.8-Pound; backed by 1-year manufacturers warranty
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Included Components case battery bare-tool case
Dimensions 17.5 inches x 5.5 inches x 18 inches 5.5 inches x 17 inches x 17 inches x x 15 inches x 16.9 inches x 4.8 inches
Item Package Weight 6.5 pounds 10.55 pounds 7.6 pounds 8.65 pounds
Power Source air-powered battery-powered air-powered air-powered
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"PASLODE" PNEUMATIC NAILER T250A-F16 1-1/4" To 2-1/2" Pneumatic Angled Finish Gun Nailer 16 Gauge Angled Finish Nails Comes With Rugged Plastic Carrying Case Safety Glasses & Extra No-Mar Tip This Paslode Finish Nailer Features A Tool Free Adjustable Depth Of Drive For Precise Control Of Nail Depth No-Mar Tip To Protect Trim Surfaces & Finishes & New Compact Angled Magazine For Easier Access Into Hard To Reach Areas Is Great For Door & Window Trim, Paneling, Baseboard, Casing, Crown Molding, Cabinetry & Door Jambs Comes With Case 1 Year Manufacturers Warranty.

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The Paslode T250A Angled 16 Gauge Trim Finish Nailer no.500910 drives 16g angled finish 1 1/4-Inch - 2 1/2-Inch nails. The Paslode T250A Angled 16 Gauge Trim Finish Nailer is incredibly lightweight, only 3.8-Pound, yet the rugged design makes it durable enough to hold up to the demands of the jobsite. The angled magazine allows the professional to reach tighter spots than with straight finish tools and easier access to corners. The Paslode T250A Angled 16 Gauge Trim Finish Nailer offers a No-Mar tip design that provides precise placement and the 16g system offers less wood splitting and smaller nailer holes and is the preferred 16 gauge fastening system. The Paslode T250A Angled 16 Gauge Trim Finish Nailer is a great addition for any professional or remodeler. Use the Paslode T250A for: Baseboard and shoe molding, Cabinetry, Chair Rails, Crown molding, Door and window casings, Door jambs and stops, Paneling, Stair assemblies and Pick-up & Service work.

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Part Number 500910
Item Weight 11.3 pounds
Product Dimensions 5.5 x 18 x 17.5 inches
Item model number 500910
Color Silver
Power Source air-powered
Item Package Quantity 1
Included Components case
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description 1year housing; 6month parts

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ASIN B000MRSU58
Customer Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #237,313 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#92 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Nailers & Staplers > Nailers > Finish Nailers
#12,150 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 6.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available April 11, 2007

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By John Armstrong on February 6, 2007
I've been a trim carpenter for 10 years and have always been a Bostich guy, after going through 2 of their 15 gauge finish guns in years, i decided to give another American made gun a try, I've had it for about 6 months now, and it's only jammed once, due to user error of switching nails and leaving a couple in the track where they tilted.

All in all, i've been happy with the balance and power it's really light weight and switching triggers is a breeze, takes about 2 minutes when talking to the other guys around the work bench.
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Very nice. I enjoy using it. Feels like better quality in your hand than other brands. Thinner gauge nails don't seem to split the wood like the 15 gauge. Nails are readily available from the big box stores.
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So far I love this nailer. I have had it about a month and have fired several hundred nails. I've not had one misfire. I like the ease of setting the depth. I like the belt hook. It's made in the USA, as are the nails. If you want to support American manufacturers, your neighbors and ultimately yourself- rather than the Chinese - it's a win-win. I think the price is reasonable as well. Don't be afraid to buy this nailer! It's that good.
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It's fair to say that I am an advanced hobbyist, if building a post and beam cabin from scratch counts as being a hobby. While nailing up the finish wood (free oak door jambs rescued from the land fill, but that is another story) to the 22' cathedral ceiling, my trusty Devilbis finish nailer gave up the ghost. Shouldn't have, has had a good life, but, it happens. Being frugal, I headed off to Harbor Freight with the customary 20% coupon and purchased a 16 ga. nailer which wouldn't set the nails. Even given my legendary frugality, there is a time to pay retail and I decided that this was the time. I had hoped for an angle nailer just for visibility and clearance, and this Paslode really filled the bill. At the $129 price point, it is really impossible to beat among the name brand nailers, let alone angle nailers. I know that some like the 15 ga., but the 16 ga. is less likely to split and leaves a smaller hole than the 15ga. I did invest in the swivel fitting, which really does help lessen hose fight. (Another tip would be to consider the Flexilla air hose, it's space age polymers and no memory help to reduce cursing and pounding temples....don't tell me you don't know what I'm talking about!)

Nearly through 2000 nails, zero jams, perfect every time, and the up front depth adjustment is easy and convenient. Lighter than most, perhaps any, and is just a pleasure to use. IMHO, the angled nailers are more intuitive in placing the nails where you want them. There are some things I love having a case for, nailers and chainsaws are two. They collect dust easily, and I think cases keep them in good condition longer, and make them easier to find.

Don't be afraid to buy this little nailer, I suspect you will appreciate it as much as I do.
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I originally bought this gun from Lowe's about 4 years ago. I am not exaggerating when I say that I have shot well over 100,00 nails with my first gun. This is my go to gun for most applications. I use my Hitachi 16 gauge straight alot, but not like this one. It is great for trimming a house out and for building furniture because of the angle like a 15 gauge, but the flexibility of the 16 gauge nail. The gun is light weight, dependable, and powerful. Rarely will I have to set a nail by hand after I use this gun. Paslode gives you a separate trigger for sequential firing, but I find that to be a useless feature when doing finish work. The case is well made too. If you get this gun I know you won't be dissapointed.
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I bought this nailer two years ago to install some baseboard and other house projects. It works great. In order to get the depth right, I recommend testing/adjusting air pressure and depth control setting on a test piece before using on your project. The only reason I gave this 4 stars instead of 5 is because the depth control setting on the nailer seems limited, however adjusting air pressure in conjunction with depth setting allows for adequate depth adjustment and is easy and quick to do at the beginning of the project. I have used this for a few baseboard/trim projects in my house and so far and don't remember it ever jamming, although occasionally nails fail to shoot out. I think this happens when the trigger isn't pulled quick enough, so it admittedly could be caused by operator error. I bought this after researching nailers and this seemed to be the best deal at the time. I paid $165 and I noticed the price on Amazon has risen since I purchased it in 2012, however I would guess it is still one of the better values for this quality product.
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This nailgun is a wonderful tool to use. Plenty of power all the way up to 2 1/2" nails, and it's lightweight enough to keep working with all day long. If it does jam, the front easily swings out to clear the jam.
The gun did not come with a pneumatic fitting, so I added a swiveling fitting, which is a great upgrade over a straight fitting for about $0.50 more.
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Very nice, well engineered gun. I feel it's worth the additional money as compared to others. I only shot about 200 nails through so far, time will tell how it holds up. But I personally don't have any worries! To me, the only problem, and it's not the fault of the gun, it's more difficult to find angle nails (required) at your local box store, at least in a variety of sizes. No problem ordering from Amazon, but if you need them right now, to finish a job.....I hope you planned ahead!
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