Adam Turnbull: You gave us 10 seconds of showing us on a strip of PINE. Hardwood please !!
Matthew Szulc: wait, is this really a pin nailer? those look like 18s to me from here.... also those nails are like two inches...
bipaholic: Why would you use a 23 gauge on hardwood? Of course it won't work.
Juan Galvez: I ordered this tool from a Canadian dealer to do cabinet scribing and crown joints here in the US. IT IS WORTHLESS ON HARD WOOD, or even to build a melamine box is no good. It just doesn't have the piston speed to drive the nails in on hard materials. If you're in the US there is a reason why it is not offered here, returns after first use. $320 now just collecting dust, my 18g Paslode is still my cordless workhorse.
Wes T paintninjagc: the only thing it cant quite do, is nail into hard hardwood. If its fairly new hardwood it seems to work ok, but if its aged, it cant quite get the nail all the way in the wood. sticks out about 5mm when done.
Rob Britain: Any good for 6mil ply boarding of timber floors?
B Shinn: 574 is about right. Cordless nailers are expensive. Although I bought a dewalt for 320 and it works great.
жека соленый: в Россию можно заказать!
adzug: yeah its in the truck there somewhere. 2 years later. . . oh yeah forgot about that thing!
ubermongo: Does anybody know if this will work with slight head pins (or headed pins)?
djdarer: £574 !!! makita you crazy!
micah ash: can you put pins with heads in it or would that just jam it up
MrToolstop: Yes, absolutely perfect
micah ash: is that good for trim work??
osityan: lots of removable goodies that i will probably lose the first day.