BYNFORD 5/8″ – 2″ 23 GAUGE PIN NAILER PINNER BRADDER WITH 5000 PC FASTENER ASSORTMENT

February 12, 2014 - Comment

The Bynford 23 gauge pinner/bradder accepts common 23 gauge pins and brads (just be sure to use quality ones – the cheaper ones can cause excessive jamming). Although intended as an upscale home shop / contractors backup tool, these pinners have stood up very well with an extremely low return rate – by far the

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The Bynford 23 gauge pinner/bradder accepts common 23 gauge pins and brads (just be sure to use quality ones – the cheaper ones can cause excessive jamming). Although intended as an upscale home shop / contractors backup tool, these pinners have stood up very well with an extremely low return rate – by far the best value under $100.00. Features include a plastic no mar tip which can be easily removed for a deeper countersink, a spare mounted on the back side of the magazine, a mount on the back side of the magazine for the jam clearing hex key (this was well thought out – you don’t have to go digging in your tool box to find the key!), site window so you can see when you are running low on pins, a spare driver blade, and all packed in a BM plastic case. We are also including a 5000 pc assortment of high quality pins and brads with this tool

Product Features

  • Uses standard 23 gauge pins AND brads from 5/8″ up to 2″
  • Plastic No-Mar tip with spare mounted on back of tool
  • Hex key for jam clearing mounted on back of tool for easy access
  • Includes spare driver blade
  • Comes in BM Plastic Case

Comments

old81bmw says:

Good for homeowner. This is the same unit as sold by King Canada, in red w/ black top, and probably under many other brandings. If you haven’t figured it out yet, the majority of nailer/staplers/pinners are made by a couple of Taiwanese companies and branded for resale by many, many different retailers. This one is adequate for basic home repair. That’s all I can speak to as a non-contractor. Shot 1″ to 1-3/4 pins through poplar and pine baseboards and quarter-round. Hold it firmly against the wood and use…

Randall L. Corn says:

Waste of Money This nailer comes with two pneumatic rams for good reason. I wore both of them out less than 1/3 of the way through my job. It shot about 200 pins with the first ram before it started jamming on every third pin or so. You have to remove three screws, clean out the slot, and then shoot from 1 -3 pins more before you have to take it apart again. I installed the second ram, and got another 150-200 pins before it started jamming again. I tried cleaning it, using a different brand of pin’;…

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