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18-Gauge Brad Nailer Kit
Finish your job the right way with the Bostitch 18-Gauge Brad Nailer. This versatile pneumatic nailer uses 18-gauge brad nails, the essential fasteners for your interior and exterior trim and carpentry jobs. With oil-free operation, the brads in this nailer won't stain your finishing jobs. The Dial-A-Depth control also helps you get the right look as it sinks the brads in at varying strength. Complete with a carrying case, belt hook and 100 brads to get you started, this brad nailer kit adds convenience to any carpentry project. 7-year manufacturer's warranty.
70 to 120 PSI
5/8 - 2 1/8" brads
Brad Nailer, 1/4" air fitting, 100 x 2" fasteners, carrying case, belt hook
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18-Gauge Brad Nailer Kit is rated
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Rated 5 out of
1855 brad nailerBought this the other day with a finish nailer and have been impressed. Had an electric arrow before and there is no comparison. Drives 2" brads and counter sinks them for a clean look. Have had no problem with the magazine feed or trigger. Was looking at the compressor combo, but totally diffrent nailer. Alot of diffrent things and cheaper build and quality. Set regulator at 100psi with 6 gal pancake and you get quite a few nails driven before comp. kicks in. Have had no problem with air blowing past trigger like other reviews.
Date published: 2011-09-10
Rated 5 out of
Bryan McQ from
Solid nailer, expecting log useDidn't want to buy a new brad nailer but I was in a pinch. I had a choice between Bostitch, Dewalt and Hitachi. The Bostitch was the only oilless gun available (at least clearly marked) and had the longest warranty. I've run Bostitch guns since I was a kid and they're still a solid, reliable product. I'm also not sure what magnet others are referring to. I have had no issues with leakage around the trigger but have run it between 80-120 psi (120 is max, don't go over). Several handy features include a belt clip w/pencil sharpener, a trigger lock, quick change switch between single shot and bump fire, and a small ruler cast in the magazine slide. I'm also happier with this newer gun because it'll accept up to 2 1/8" brads. I recommend this gun and have a feeling the negative posts are the rare exception but they typically get written up more often.
Date published: 2011-11-19
Rated 5 out of
Perfect Brad NailerThis brad nailer is one of the best out there. It is light, has a lot of features, and is oil free. When looking for a brad nailer my main focus point was a belt hook. Anyone who installs trim greatly appreciates a belt hook for climbing up a down a ladder while holding trim. It sinks nails flawlessly and is quiet. For the price this is the absolute best value out there for anyone, from the diyer to the professional.
Date published: 2013-02-25
Rated 5 out of
Lowes Bostitch 18 gage nailerLove this gun. I am a woodworker who uses a brad nailer in every project I make. My first Bostitch 18 gage nailer lasted for 14 years and when it finally bit the dust I opted for one just like it. BUT, the new model 1855 has even better features, such as: An easier to set depth adjustment, a swivel air connection and an easier way to clear jams (without taking the entire gun apart). Love it. If my kids want to borrow a nailer, I'll let them have my C/H nailer (which doesn't hold a candle to the Bostitch). On top of all that, it was Twenty dollars cheaper at Lowes than it was at Home Depot!
Date published: 2013-10-25
Rated 4 out of
Heck of a deal!Like this product and its price but Lowes had run out of this item. A sales rep told me to check the following week because they would possible get more stock. I'm glad I did return a week later and found enough of this item in stock. As a proud and honorable disabled combat veteran (US Army-Iraq War), I want to take this time to thank Lowes management for honoring veterans with a discount on our purchases. You are true patriots and I salute and thank you for helping out all veterans. God bless
Date published: 2013-09-18
Rated 5 out of
Great value and quality!I needed a small nailer to do random projects around my home, mainly the trim moulding. I have a Bostitch framing nailer and was impressed with the quality and features so I looked at the Bostitch line for a brad nailer. I was ready to go in minutes and got right to work. The features on this nailer are great most importantly being the depth selector right on the nailer itself so you do not need to run to the compressor and adjust the regulator to adjust brad depth. For my purposes, this nailer tended to like the 60 to 80 psi range for best operation. The selector for contact trip vs sequential trip is also very nice!
I ran into the dreaded "leaking trigger" issue but was able to resolve it quickly and easily. I had turned the pressure on my compressor's regulator down too far before I connected the nailer (about 40 psi) and when I attached the hose to the nailer the trigger started blowing air through. With the nailer still connected I turned up the pressure on the compressor's regulator and when it got to about 90 psi the o-ring behind the trigger seated properly and stopped leaking. I then turned the compressor's regulator down to operating pressure and wend to work without any issues.
Overall I am very happy with this nailer and am glad this was the one I purchased.
Date published: 2011-08-30
Rated 1 out of
Very disappointedI bought this after reading reviews thinking it would be a decent brad nailer for the money. I have been using pneumatic nailers for over 40 years and have had good luck with Senco & Paslode. The Bostich managed to drive in 7 brads before jamming for the first time. It took about ten minutes to get the jammed brad out, which was Bostich brand, which came with gun. The gun was new, I have filter on my compressor air system & the the gun was oiled before I used it. My second jam occured soon after clearing the first one. I put the nailer back in the box and returned it for a refund. Afterwards I went to Harbor Freight and bought an 18 guage brad nailer for $19.99 and have used almost a thousand brads with it without a jam or misfire.
Date published: 2014-04-07
Rated 5 out of
First Time User to a NailerI have never used a nail gun before but this was so easy to use. You can adjust the depth of the nail. Its just a great product!