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Dewalt DCN650D1 20V MAX XR 15 Gauge Cordless Angled Finish Nailer

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The DeWalt DCN650 15 gauge angled finish nailer drives 15 gauge angled finish nails from 1-1/4 In. to 2-1/2 In. which makes it ideal for fastening crown molding, casing, baseboards, and hardwood floor installation. With its brushless motor powered by a DEWALT 20 V MAX lithium-ion battery the DCN650 is ready to go to work without the hassle of using gas, compressor, and hose. Tackle jobs both large and small with the features of a pneumatic tool and the freedom of cordless. Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 V. nominal voltage is 18.
  • 100% battery powered. Eliminates the hassle of using gas, compressor, and hose
  • Brushless motor maximizes runtime and durability
  • Micro nose improves line of sight and accuracy of nail placement (Compared to DEWALT DC628)
  • Tool-free selectable trigger for sequential or contact actuation modesTool-free depth adjustment for precise countersinking of nails
  • Tool-free jam release to quickly and easily clear nail jams
  • Multi-functional LED lights help to provide both workspace illumination and tool diagnostics
  • Integrated tool-free stall release lever to quickly reset the driver blade in the event of a stall
  • Adjustable belt hook for left or right attachment depending on user preference
  • Inline magazine provides easy use in multiple orientations and in tight spaces
  • Angled Finish Nailer - DCN650
  • 2.0 Ah Battery - DCB203
  • Charger - DCB112
  • Kit Bag
Compliance and Restrictions
warning: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Birth Defect/Reproductive Harm. For more information go to


Series: 20V MAX XR
Cordless: Yes
Batteries Included: 1
Battery Amp Hours: 2.0 Ah
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Depth of Drive: Tool-Free Adjustment
Fastener Gauge: 15 Gauge
Fastener Type: Angled Finish Nails "DA" Style
Firing Modes: Tool-Free Selectable Trigger
Jam Clearance: Tool-Free
Max. Fastener Length: 2-1/2 in.
Min. Fastener Length: 1-1/4 in.
Voltage: 20V



3.8 / 5.0
6 Reviews
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Amazing power
I use this gun at work every day. It has a lot of power, drives through metal window frames like nothing.
This review was collected as part of a promotion
November 19, 2018
Originally posted at
No air hose to worry about
I absolutely LOVE this tool. Worked every bit as good as pneumatic
This review was collected as part of a promotion
November 13, 2018
Originally posted at
I thought about this decision for a year
I just purchased this nailer and the 18 ga Brad gun yesterday. I don’t know why I waited, because today I walked into the job grabbed my new guns and started cutting and nailing base, doors and crown, my work partner pulled out his compressor and nail guns hoses and power strip in which time I had a rooms worth of base done. Pro quality product
October 4, 2018
Originally posted at
Doesn't work for hardwood flooring. 3/4 Hickory won't even penetrate through to the other side.
Can't sink the nail into 5/4 MDF either.
Lacks power, I even tried a 5ah battery, it didn't help.

Waste of money.
June 16, 2018
Originally posted at
Proper nails to use
DeWalt "FN" style nails are not the angled nails to use in this gun. The angle is slightly different and does not fit the nail gun properly. Thus creating many rejects. DeWalt 34 deg for DA style nail guns are required for this gun. This is not explained in the manual. (Or if I missed it, it isn't clearly pointed out in the manual.)
April 10, 2018
Originally posted at
Handy nail gun for smaller projects
I bought this nail gun specifically for installing quarter-round on molding after putting in floor paneling. I didn't want to mess with an air tank and hose that gets in the way. I selected the angled nail gun so I could easily access the room corners and low to the baseboard. This nail gun accomplished all that.
It is heavy due to the motor. But that worked out okay since I didn't use it constantly. The fine tip and No-mar Tab did well protecting the molding from dimples. Only a few times did it produce a slight dimple. The depth adjustment wheel is somewhat covered by the casing. So you have to make a little more effort in its use. The Bump/Sequential option is easy to use and is a great feature. It comes with a strong but light weight 20 V Lithium battery that lasted all day. Since I had my grandchildren around, I appreciated the trigger lock that prevented accidental firing.
My only main concern is the number of rejects it produced. Nails that jammed and left bent in the gun, those that simply fell out of the chamber untouched, or misfired leaving the nail in the chamber but triggering the jammed nail indicator which deactivates the gun. DeWalt did make it easy to clear jammed nails. But I used 398 nails of which 98 were rejects. This is a 25% failure rate, which seems high. The user manual does not specify any type of nails to use. So I purchased the 2 inch DeWalt 15 GA "FN" style angled nails. (The only 15 GA DeWalt nails on the shelf. It seemed that many of the rejects occurred on the last few nails in a clip. This was evident even if another clip of nails was placed behind a full first clip. Checked each time for debris or obstruction in chamber and nose piece. All looked fine. Not sure if it was something I was doing wrong, if this is production issue, normal for this equipment, or if I have a defective nail gun. I did not contact DeWalt customer service as I needed the gun for an immediate project and was sure I could work through the inconvenience.
Regardless of this reject issue, I like it enough to continue using it for future small projects. And l will know what to expect next time I use it.
April 1, 2018
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