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Cordless Nail Guns

Cordless Nail Guns

Versatile and portable, these cordless battery- and fuel-powered nail guns don't have a cord to limit mobility or trip over. They can fasten in spaces where a power cord might get caught or damaged and don't require access to an AC power source to operate. Battery-operated tools are powered by a rechargeable battery and can often share batteries with tools of the same brand and voltage. Fuel-powered tools are powered by a rechargeable battery and a fuel cell that is replaced when it is exhausted. Battery chemistry, voltage (energy), capacity (amp hours), and recharge time impact the run time and down time for the tool.

Battery-Powered Pistol Grip Nail Guns

These battery-powered nail guns have a pistol grip handle that is perpendicular to the drill body. The most popular handle style, the pistol grip provides ergonomic handling when working on vertical surfaces from the user's waist to chest height, horizontal surfaces at mid-thigh or lower, or horizontal surfaces directly overhead. Sequential contact firing provides fast, precise fastening. These battery-powered tools do not require access to outlets, air compressors, or fuel packs.

For Framing Nails — Offset Round Head Head Sticks

For .113 in to .131 in Shank Dia.

For Finish Nails — Flat Head Sticks

For 15 ga

For 16 ga

For Brad Nails — Flat Head Sticks

For 18 ga

Battery-Powered Palm Grip Nail Guns

Hold these battery-powered palm-grip nail guns with the palm of your hand. These compact and lightweight tools can be operated with one hand and are used for fastening applications in recessed or hard-to-reach areas. Nails are loaded into the gun individually using the magnetic collet. These battery-powered tools do not require access to outlets, air compressors, or fuel packs.

For 6d - 16d Nails — 0.08 in to 0.16 in Shank Dia.

Fuel-Powered Pistol Grip Nail Guns

These pistol-grip nail guns have a rechargeable battery pack and a fuel cell (sold separately), and they create combustion to drive fasteners. The most popular handle style, the pistol grip handle is perpendicular to the drill body, providing ergonomic handling when working on vertical surfaces from the user's waist to chest height, horizontal surfaces at mid-thigh or lower, or horizontal surfaces directly overhead.

For Finish Nails — Flat Head Sticks

For Ramset Concrete & Steel Fasteners — Round Head Sticks

Cartridges for Fuel-Powered Nailers

Replacement fuel-cells keep your fuel-powered cordless nail gun running.

Paslode

Ramset — For Fastening Hard Concrete And Hard Steel