Model # ET200D

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Arrow Fastener Nail Master 14-Amp Electric 1-1/4 in. Wire-Weld Brad Nailer

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Nail Master 14-Amp Electric 1-1/4 in. Wire-Weld Brad Nailer

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Product Overview

The Arrow Fastener Nail Master 14 Amp Electric 1-1/4 in. Wire-Weld Brad Nailer features a non-marring bumper. It is an ideal finishing nailer. This nailer has an ergonomic style for comfort. The cushioned, non-slip grip ensures ease of operation. It has a built-in 10 ft. cord that lets you easily maneuver around the job. This 14 Amp nailer is ideal for heavy-duty applications. It has trigger- and surface locks for safety and peace of mind.

  • Strip-style magazine for easy loading
  • Non-marring bumper for durability
  • 14 Amp nailer for heavy-duty applications
  • Ergonomic style for comfort
  • Trigger- and surface locks for safety
  • Drives 4 different-size brad nails up to 1-1/4 in. in length
  • Compatible with wire-weld fasteners for finishing jobs
  • Built-in 10 ft. cord for maneuverability
  • Cushioned, non-slip grip for comfort
  • Fasteners not included
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Customer Questions & Answers

I lost the brad loader. Need replacement.

Asked by: bilkus
Hello there! It sounds like you may need a replacement pusher rod. We can send you one, but we would like to get some more details to make sure that is exactly what you need. Would you email us at Thanks! -Your Arrow Fastener team
Answered by: Arrow Product Expert
Date published: 2015-12-01
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Customer Reviews

Nail Master 14-Amp Electric 1-1/4 in. Wire-Weld Brad Nailer is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 40.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from nailer I bought and returned the nailer because it did not do what it imply's on the box pictures. I wanted it for wood trim (the white composite and soft wood material) which I was appling to dry wall using 1" arrow nail. The nails did not go all the way into the wood protruding approx 3/16" to a 1/4".
Date published: 2006-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Job Well Done I read these reviews until I was blue in the face, and finally just decided to go with this item. I was skeptical at first and made sure I remembered to hold on to the receipt. I used the nailer to install wainscoting and molding in a pretty large room. This nailer did an awesome job. All brads were sunk nicely in the molding and could not be seen. I am certainly happy with the purchase and would recomend this product to anyone installing molding or wainscoting. Job was a breeze!!!
Date published: 2010-07-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great value at $6 per nail driven Purchased about a year ago. Drove a total of 10x 5/8" brads through 3/8" of poplar molding into 3/4" plywood. After brad #10, pulling the trigger did nothing. I disassembled, cleaned, and reassembled according to the instructions, and still nothing. At about $60 current price, it amounts to $6 per nail driven. Arrow Fasteners offered to repair for $7, as long as I pay for shipping. If shipping is only $13 and I get another 10 brads driven, the unit cost will be more reasonable at $2 per brad.
Date published: 2011-11-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not strong enough I too bought and returned the nailer because it did not do what it imply's on the box pictures. Driving nailes into a 2x4 left the nail head exposed. No sign of a depth adjustment. Bought Bostich pneumatic gun instead.
Date published: 2007-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for Trimwork I purchased one of these rather than renting a pneumatic gun for roughly the same price. It is definitely well worth owning a product like this, as I have found plenty of uses for it beyond my original project. One cautionary note, the power draw is quite intense when you pull the trigger. You will see a noticeable flickering of any lights on the same circuit when you shoot a nail. Also, you need to be working very close to the outlet (or have outlets spaced 10-12' apart) to use this without an extension cord. And if you do need an extension cord, be careful to buy one that is at least 12 gauge for a 25' cord or 10 gauge for longer cords, and those are NOT cheap. Using even a 10' 14 gauge cord reduced the power supply enough that the gun was unable to drive a nail more than halfway into pine quarter round. When using the correct extension cord, this nailer consistently drives 1.25" nails into pine baseboards and quarter round to very nearly flush, which is easy to inset and paint or putty over. I also used it on some harder composite quarter round, and found that it usually leaves closer to 1/8" sticking out. Considering how rarely I need to drive nails into anything harder than composite trim, and how much cheaper and easier it is to use this electric nailer than any alternative, I think this is an excellent product for my needs.
Date published: 2013-04-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Arrow ET200 electric brad nailer I bought the nailer to facilitate the installation of base and shoe mouldings in the remodeling of two bathrooms and our kitchen. The tool has proven very reliable, easy to use and reload, and able to drive a brad in difficult corners. I intend to use it to install additional mouldings throughout my home.
Date published: 2006-05-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Electric Brad Nail Gun I like the nail gun very much but it seems to have a little less nail push than the air powered guns I have used. Firm pressure on gun to stock will "plant" the brads fairly well even in hard woods but the firm pressure is required. Possibly the rebound of the gun lifts the rather light weight of the gun when I brad. Air guns are heavier and rebound with more inertia.
Date published: 2006-05-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Got what I paid for. I bought this just to install baseboards in my house, 1/2" thick baseboard, standard composite type. This gun barely shot the nail through the board about 1/16 of an inch, leaving a 1/4-3/16" exposed and sticking out. I guess if you’re using Balsawood it would be FANTASTIC…. .
Date published: 2010-10-31
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