20-Volt Cordless Frame Nailer, 30-Degree, TOOL ONLY
20-Volt Cordless Frame Nailer, 30-Degree, TOOL ONLY
20-Volt Cordless Frame Nailer, 30-Degree, TOOL ONLY is rated out of 5 by 37.
20v, 30 degree frame nailer, paper tape, bare tool, 2" to 3 1/2" capacity, engine design allows consistent nail penetration into both soft & hard joints, sequential operating mode allows for precision placement, bump operating mode provides the user with production speed, 6 position dial allows the user to move between applications, top cap is impact resistant & easy to remove for troubleshooting, easy access to the nosepiece for the removal of jammed nails, integrated led lights, portability & durability on the job site, work surface protection.
- Bare tool
|Country of Origin||CZ|
|Manufacturer Name||BLACK & DECKER/DEWALT|
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Morty0682 from Love this, but its my back up As the title says - I do love this gun, but its being used as my back up to the Paslode. The reason was due to its weight. I bought it because I didn't want to have to have a fuel, and the gun works flawlessly for framing, even into some hardwoods! The magazine size is great, the battery lasts brilliantly, but my feeble arms couldn't keep using it above my head all day.
Date published: 2023-02-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by RickIrish1 from Gun jams too much I've been a Dewalt guy for over 20 years and always had good results with them. I bought this for some jobs that I would need better portability without dragging a hose around. I found that the slightest knot in the wood causes the gun to jam with the nail stuck in the nose. In order to clear the jam, you need to use the supplied allen key to release the rail from the gun, pull out the nail and reassemble. This wouldn't be an issue if it happened OCCASIONALLY. Unfortunately, I was framing a bar and it jammed every 3rd nail. I ended up framing with a hammer and nails rather than use this piece of garbage.
Date published: 2023-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tnor from Horrible experience I'm using this for the first time after buying many months ago. It came with a sleeve of nails and 2 2ah batteries. So I tried practicing with the nails DeWalt supplied and everyone failed. Most the time the nails fail to go in 100 percent. They are 2in nails and roughly a half inch doesn't go in. They also appear to bend, the half inch sticking out. Now I'm just nailing 5/8 pine picketts so this should have an issue. This is a horrible force experience!
Date published: 2023-01-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by Jochesama from save your money honestly.. I have used it for the season (5-7) months of framing, only use it for the roof. Being cordless has it advantages, but I waste so much time fixing the gun. it just keeps jamming and jamming .. it happens around 7 to 10 times a day.. so by now its not worth it.
Date published: 2022-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by SirMFUEL from Stomps Milwaukee To be honest Milwaukee was my favorite framing gun but till I used my friend Dewalt. I own now 12 Dewalt framing guns. Easy to use and quick to set up. No need for compressor and air lines. Very useful on smaller jobs and in remote locations, yet good enough to be used on a large job. Great battery life. Much lighter than Milwaukee. Powerful and sinks nail to adjusted depth.
Date published: 2021-07-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by AJ2020 from Dewalt 30degree Framing Gun Can’t drive in 3” and up nails. I’ve even tried a 6 to 9amp battery and adjusted the depth still with no luck. The nailer wasn’t even used to its fullest potential maybe it was defective not sure pretty bummed out about it.
Date published: 2020-09-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by peepfishes2 from Plenty of Power, Very Few Jams [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I've had this framer for about 11 months now. I'm a roofing contractor in Florida and I specialize in roof repair. We are always needing to sister on a 2x4 to a rafter and do some basic framing. This thing is perfect for the job. Fits in some tight spots and NO COMPRESSOR! Saves so much time. I use the standard nails from the big box store and have maybe one jam every other strip. It's usually because I hit a hurricane strap or something. The two settings are useful because this thing will overdrive a nail on the high setting. Plenty of power. Also, it runs for a long time on the 5AH batteries. Overall, love this tool for what its meant to do.
Date published: 2020-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dab32264 from Real time saver [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] In the last three years I have purchased 25 cordless Dewalt power tools and one of my favorites is this cordless nailer. It takes my Paslode nails and not needing to have a compressor or air hose has been wonderful. I was concerned at first that it would be able to keep up but I have never had to wait on it to shoot a nail. At first I has an issue with double fires but none since I got used to the gun. From other reviews I had concern about it not sinking the nails. Not been a problem for me. Great buy!
Date published: 2020-06-01
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