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DEWALT 20-Volt Max XR Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless 2-Speed 33 Degree Framing Nailer
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DEWALT

20-Volt Max XR Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless 2-Speed 33 Degree Framing Nailer

  • Drives 30-34° paper tape nails from 2 in. to 3-1/2 in. L
  • Compatible with all DEWALT 20-Volt MAX batteries and chargers
  • Ideal for framing, decking and fencing applications
$399.00 /each

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The DEWALT 20-Volt Max Brushless 2 Speed Framing Nailer perfect for maneuvering into tight spaces. The cordless nailer doesn't need any messy fuel or loud compressors to get the job done. This nailer accepts any 30 degree - 34 degree Paper Tape Framing Nails.

  • Brushless motor and engine design allow the tool to work as fast as the end user with consistent nail penetration into both soft and hard joints
  • Sequential operating mode allows for precision placement and bump operating mode provides
  • 2 speed selector switches optimizes speed for fastener lengths
  • Easy access to the nosepiece for the removal of jammed nails
  • Trigger lock-off allows trigger to be disabled when tool is not in use
  • Top cap is impact resistant and easy to remove for troubleshooting
  • Accepts any 30 Degree - 34 Degree paper tape framing nails (clipped head or off set full round head)
  • Kit includes charger and battery
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this model come with a battery (or 2), charger, and/or case?

Asked by: ArizonaAmateur
Yes, this one did
Answered by: CanD
Date published: 2017-03-10

Does it use gas like the paslode? I'm in the fence business and if you don't have to buy that expensive gas I'm in.

Asked by: Juebaby
No. It uses a 20 watt rechargeable battery
Answered by: CanD
Date published: 2017-03-10

what is the funtion of the one nail and three nail button on the side of the nailer

Asked by: buttons
The one nail button means you can only fire once ever trigger. The three nail button allows you to do multiple firings while hold on to the trigger for every press down of the gun.
Answered by: NitramNail
Date published: 2016-08-17

Does this kit include the black carrying case for the tool, battery, and charger?

Asked by: Caroline
Yes, it does
Answered by: CanD
Date published: 2017-03-10
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20-Volt Max XR Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless 2-Speed 33 Degree Framing Nailer is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 64.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No hose to drag around, Allen key to unloosen for clearing Jambs, I notice it shoots clipped head... No hose to drag around, Allen key to unloosen for clearing Jambs, I notice it shoots clipped head nails better than offset round head nails. I nailed roof sheeting off on a 32x28 garage with no jambs and four batteries. It seems to sink nails fine for me with regular framing in spruce fir lumber. I notice it only holds one pack of nails, but it is not big issue for me cause of carrying extra nails in my tool apron. I like how any amp hour rated Dewalt battery I have will operate this tool. It seems a little heavy than air nailer, but a small price to pay for versatility. Overall it is a good investment for me. It also has a rafter hook or a hook to hang on any two by lumber.
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Reliable Nailer I am a contractor specializing in fences & gates, but also do other structures. I've been waiting years for someone to offer an electrical nailer that can handle framing nails. It didn't necessarily have to be cordless, as I just did not want to deal with hauling around a compressor, and having to deal with the lines and repeated oiling of the air guns. There was also no way I would commit to constantly purchasing gas cartridges. When it comes to nailing up fence boards, this gun proves to be a time saver, and also allows me to mock up the boards with one hand while I nail with the other. The gun is a bit heavy, which is indicative of the quality of construction at this point in its evolution of design. I'm sure the gun will become lighter as the years pass. At this point in time, I am happy to finally have a reliable alternative to the air guns. As for those who are experiencing problems, I suspect that they have not read the instructions detailing the speed settings on the gun, the depth settings, and how to properly handle the gun. An extremely low battery could also cause issues, such as jamming and the nails not being fulling imbedded into the wood. Naturally, a fatigued arm would result in less pressure being applied while nailing, also resulting in the nails not being driven fully into the wood. I confirmed this by test firing the gun while making the depth adjustments. Lastly, If the lumber is not solid or mocked securely, it too would cause the nail to not be driven fully into the wood. A tip; since this unit is a bit heavy, some may find that adjusting the depth wheel so that the nails are sunk deeper would help to compensate for your inevitable arm and hand fatigue. Switching from left to right hand would also help. A big thumbs-up to Dewalt for identifying a market, and setting the example for others to follow.
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from DISREGARD THE NEGATIVE COMMENTS This gun needs the correct nails to work properly. READ THE MANUAL. 30 DEGREE ANGLE NAIL PAPER CARTRIDGE. AWESOME PRODUCT. The nails will get stuck every now and then but not because of the gun. It is mostly by the angle you are holding the gun and how much pressure is applied while nailing. READ THE MANUAL, YOU WILL LOVE THIS TOOL!
Date published: 2016-10-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I rated it a 4 instead of of a 5 because the instructions say that 3" nails should be driven usin... I rated it a 4 instead of of a 5 because the instructions say that 3" nails should be driven using position 1 on the speed switch. However in position 1 using 0.131 diameter 3" nails into soft pine about 1/4" of the nail was always up. Once I switched it to position 2 it drove the nails all the way in. My opinion - this is not meant as replacement for pneumatic nailers in large framing projects. I bought it to use when working on ladders or roofs where trailing a compressor hose around can be annoying or dangerous. I don't do that often anymore so I didn't want a battery power framing nailer that needed gs cartridges. It is also good for small projects where you don't really want to go through the hassle of setting up your compressor just to drive a couple of hundred nails Great for nailing sheathing on roofs, plywood on floors, OBY on walls, fences, and small framing projects. It doesn't have as much driving power as a pneumatic or gas driven framing nailers but works well enough in pine. It is also a little heavier than a pneumatic nailer. It will drive both clipped and round head paper tape nails 30-34 degrees both ring shank and smooth . Overall I am satisfied with the nailer.
Date published: 2017-02-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not enough power to nail on an angle. not enough power to nail on an angle.
Date published: 2017-01-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very impressed with most Dewalt products but this is not one of them. This unit does not have the... Very impressed with most Dewalt products but this is not one of them. This unit does not have the power to drive a 3 inch ring shank nail into two 2x4s. I made sure that the battery had a full charge checked all the adjustments and in a new pine 2x it will just barely sink the nail all the way in, but older wood or yellow pine 2x10s this gun will leave a nail sticking up 1/4 of an inch. Sorry Dewalt you did not succeed with this gun. For small jobs or sheating this will work but I am very disappointed in the product and would not recommend this for any full time framers.
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lacks power and jams I'm a shop manager and bought this nailer as a solution for my employees working out in the yard without access to air pressure. The application is nailing a pine 2x4 into railroad ties, to serve as a stop (chock) for round material stacking. The ties are weathered and soft. I bought 3" nails thinking they should easily penetrate pine and soft ties. Not even close. Even on full depth setting, the nail heads are left protruding .75" from the pine. Also, the gun jams nearly after every shot. Very disappointing considering the brand name and cost of this item. I most likely will try to return it.
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Used this tool to build a 2-story house. Did okay for awhile but keeping batteries charged was a ... Used this tool to build a 2-story house. Did okay for awhile but keeping batteries charged was a challenge when working a full day. Not having a cord or fuel was nice. Nail storage magazine is too short and repeatedly jams if fully loaded. Always a problem when reloading - can't put two clips of 12d nails in even though they 'fit'. Did drive larger nails fine but jammed often with smaller ones, leading to slide hammer tip damage. Fire rate is good in-between jams. Main bearings failed before job was finished. Looked inside and found rust on flywheel. Never left tool outside, always stored in case in truck. Total time for warranty repair is a month and counting. Very bad for project schedule. Dewalt didn't seem to care much on this. The tool relies on friction between the flywheel & slide hammer to function. It's important to never put lubrication inside the tool. However not having lube means steel parts are prone to rust even if tool is taken care of. Hard to imagine how to avoid this working in typical construction. Might be best for indoor construction only.
Date published: 2016-11-09
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