DEWALT D51257K 1-Inch to 2-1/2-Inch 16 Gauge Finish Nailer

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Innovative DEWALT technology allows you to use the D51257K with or without oil, offering you the versatility to complete a wide range of jobs quickly and efficiently. With its operating pressure of 70-120 PSI, this versatile nailer takes one- to 2-1/2-inch 16 gauge straight collated nails, and provides the freedom of tool-less perks including a

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Innovative DEWALT technology allows you to use the D51257K with or without oil, offering you the versatility to complete a wide range of jobs quickly and efficiently. With its operating pressure of 70-120 PSI, this versatile nailer takes one- to 2-1/2-inch 16 gauge straight collated nails, and provides the freedom of tool-less perks including a 360 degree rotating exhaust cap, nail depth adjustment, and a front opening that releases any jams for smooth, reliable performance. The D51257K comes with a carrying case; 1000 two-inch finish nails; a low-profile, no-mar pad; a pre-installed sequential action trigger; and a trigger lock off.

Product Features

  • Sealed lube dual tech: motor works as an oil free and oil lube unit.
  • Tool-free features: adjustable belt hook, nail depth adjustment, jam clearing, 360 degree exhaust
  • Uses 1-inch to 2-1/2-inch (25.4 milimeter-65 milimeter) 16 gauge straight collated nails,
  • Includes carrying case, sample finish nails and safety glasses
  • Low profile no-mar pad; Sequential action trigger installed

Comments

Charise White "Charise" says:

It’s like a Siberian Tiger was stuffed into the body of a cat The DeWalt 16 gauge finish nailer makes an excellent addition to one’s collection of finish nailers, either as a homeowner or a professional. One of the benefits of the 16 gauge nailer is that the nails are much cheaper than the 15 gauge nails. With that said, the 16 gauge nails lack some of the holding power and are more prone to blowouts (which can be easily avoided with correct usage) because they are stamped and rectangular instead of round. Don’t let that discourage you, however,…

Woodworking Engineer says:

Pleased withit I bought this for trim work for my home office remodeling. I have a Porter cable 18 awg and a Grex 23 awg. I am happy with this one also. It has plenty of power, but I can still use it with a three gallon compressor and get plenty of shots before the compressor recycles.

Wesley L. Hubbard says:

Fabulous product I have never owned or used a nail gun in my life and I am so happy I ordered a DeWalt for my first. I also ordered DeWalt nails and they work perfectly in my gun. I ordered nails in various lengths from 1.5 to 2.5 inches and the assorted lengths are fine for the jobs I am using the gun for. One note, a finish nailer does not fire nails that are large in diameter. The nails are about the size of toothpicks. This is not a problem for me because I knew I would be using the gun to tack things into…

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