PORTER-CABLE BN200B 5/8-Inch to 2-Inch 18-Gauge Brad Nailer

January 10, 2014 - Comment

The Porter-Cable BN200B 5/8-to-2-inch 18-gauge Brad Nailer comes with a maintenance-free motor for added reliability and long tool life. With the ability to drive 5/8-to-2-inch 18-gauge nails, this brad nailer features an internal piston catch for consistent maximum power on every shot and a rear exhaust to keep debris away from the work piece. Also

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The Porter-Cable BN200B 5/8-to-2-inch 18-gauge Brad Nailer comes with a maintenance-free motor for added reliability and long tool life. With the ability to drive 5/8-to-2-inch 18-gauge nails, this brad nailer features an internal piston catch for consistent maximum power on every shot and a rear exhaust to keep debris away from the work piece. Also included is a tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment with detents for proper setting of nail heads, a tool-free jam release mechanism for easy nail removal, and a sequential style trigger with a lock off switch. Other features include a contact safety located behind the driver guide for better visibility, an adjustable belt hook, an integrated rubber grip for improved comfort, and a low nail reload indicator. With a 100-nail magazine, this nailer operates at 70-to-120 PSI for added versatility. Its strong and lightweight die-cast aluminum body measures 9-3/4 x 10.4 inches and weighs 2.6 pounds.

Product Features

  • Long life maintenance-free motor to keep from staining the work surface
  • Internal piston catch for consistent max power on every shot
  • Rear exhaust to keep contaminants away from work
  • Drives 18 ga. nails from 5/8-inch to 2-inch length; Tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment with detents for proper setting of nail heads
  • Measures 9-3/4by10.4 inches; weighs 2.6 pounds

Comments

Tim in Mint Hill says:

Easily one of my favorite power tools I purchased this particular item because of its better range of brad sizes it can handle, and the Porter Cable name, good reviews, etc.I have been using this nailer quite often, and am now left with several boxes of finish nails I will likely never use again. No more getting the nailsets out to bury a finish nail down on a piece of trim, etc.The options for using this are endless. Just last night, I needed to make a couple wood boxes to hold scrap in my workshop…

Jim says:

Best 18 ga. I know off 0

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