DeWalt DCN662B 20V Max 16GA Straight Finish Nailer Bare

INCLUDES: (1) DCN662 – Straight Finish NailerFEATURES: 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 DC616) Tool-free selectable trigger for sequential or contact actuation modes Tool-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 Compatible with all DEWALT 20V MAX* batteriesSPECIFICATIONS: Length: 12.613″ Width: 4.374″ Height: 13.06″The DEWALT DCN662 20V MAX* XR 16 GA Cordless Straight Finish Nailer drives 16 Gauge straight finish nails from from 1-1/4″ to 2-1/2″ which makes it ideal for fastening baseboards, door/window casing, and crown molding. With its brushless motor powered by a DEWALT 20V MAX* Lithium-Ion battery the DCN662 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.

Product Features

  • Authorized Distributor Includes All Documentation and Support.

3 thoughts on “DeWalt DCN662B 20V Max 16GA Straight Finish Nailer Bare

  1. Best of the DeWalt 20v finish nailers I am a master Carpenter and I have all DeWalt 20v tools and have had both of the other finish nailers (15 ga and angled 16 ga) and neither come close to this one. The 15 ga is absolute junk and the angled 16 ga isn’t much better. They both had trouble with pine and poplar and neither did well with hardwood. This straight 16 ga works great, hard and soft woods are no problem with 2 1/2″ nails. Absolutely love it.

  2. Love this trim nailer! I’ve been doing carpentry work all my life, and have used many different 16 gauge trim guns starting with the old Paslode MU212F with the bare aluminum housing from back in the 70’s. I’ve generally had two or three 16 gauge trim guns on the truck for the past ten years or so, including the Paslode angled cordless model which takes a battery and a fuel cell. We do a variety of different carpentry work these days, so I don’t do trim everyday, but I love being able to grab this gun without…

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