Dewalt DWFP2350K 23 Gauge Pin NailerModel: dewndwfp2350k
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Dewalt DWFP2350K 23 Gauge Pin Nailer
- Drives 23 Gauge 2 in. nails recessed into oak
- World's first 23 Gauge Pin Nailer with tool-free jam release for easy nail removal
- Tool-free depth adjustment for driving recessed fasteners
- Oil-free operation reduces risk of oil stains on work surface
- Low nail lockout with bypass and reload alert
- Uses 23 Gauge headless pin nails from 5/8 in. to 2 in. length
- Reversible belt hook for hands-free carrying on the jobsite
- 23 Gauge Pin Nailer - DWFP2350K
- 1/4 in. Fitting
- 2 No-Mar Tips
- Carrying Case
- Owner's Manual
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1 year ago
Use some scrap wood to set the countersink depth of the nail. If the nail doesn't countersink into the wood, it maybe a challenge to remove the protruding nail and redo the nail. It will refuse to pull out!!! That is what it is supposed to do!!
This Dewalt Pin Nailer is a fine tool and is designed to give a clean and finished product. Not something that has to be repaired when your finished.
The one thing that was a little off putting to me was the trigger safety, I’m more accustomed to the bump safety.
This is a solid nailer and highly recommend this to anyone doing natural wood finishes.
I have owned this headless pin/brad nailer a relatively short time and use it for commercial work. The tool is light weight at a little over 2Lbs, compact and has a natural feel to it including the secondary safety trigger. A good design and works great in tight spots. A feature is the jam release system giving full access to the jam area and easy removal of the defective brad without tools. Fortunately I have yet to experience a jam so I have not used the feature as yet other than opening it all up examining it. It looks very easy to do. The brad length range is 5/8ths to 2 inches which covers everything I use a 23 gauge nailer for. The 23 gauge load strips have 100 brads per load which is the max load for the magazine. The depth setting adjustment is easy to use and no tool is required. Using 1” staples, there is no problem with hard oak when the depth adjustment is set properly. A feature of the 23 gauge headless pins is that on a too-be painted surface with the depth correctly set, there is no real need to fill holes. Paint with color will do that just fine in most cases. Using the 23 gauge pins you run a very small chance of splitting wood when working close to edges. There is a neat warning function lock-out when the magazine is down to 8 or so brads and a small lever just above the main trigger that allows you to fire off the last few staples. There is also a small window in the magazine near the tip to check on remaining stack of brads in the strip. My son is a lefty and he uses it frequently and easily changed the belt hook over to the opposite side. A neat idea is they included a spare no-mar tip in a protected spot in the trigger guard area. The tool comes with a well built and durable blow molded carrying case with real metal snap latches and not plastic. There is space available in the case for brads and other misc. things one might keep with the tool. Overall a really nice rugged natural-feel tool and I would highly recommend it.