Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 98
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Dtimm7 I am very happy with these nailers so far, haven't had them very long so I don't know how the durability is but so far so good!
The only thing I was disappointed about was opening the package and finding nothing but the 4 nailers.. No carry bag or case.
January 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HDXnailer HD housebrand nailer (HDX)
For the price, unbeatable. Wouldn't expect contractor grade quality and wouldn't use these for a professional, daily, application but that's not what they're designed nor priced for. Even two guns for that price is good meaning two guns free.
January 2, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by katkanuck Good price
At present time have not used it enough to give a full review but for the money and what was in the box was a good price.
January 7, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Skibum Good value!
For the cost of the 4 items it is very good value.great set for the weekend warrior!
January 2, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ToEachHisOwn Garbage! Short Life! They Don't Last.
I bought this set to replace a finishing nail that failed after 15 years. This set the finishing nailer didn't even make it though the box of nails that came with the guns. After taking the gun nose apart to get a jammed nail out I discovered why they won't last. The driving pin doesn't appear to be hardened steel. Just look at the attached picture. I returned to HomeDepot and bought the Ridgid finishing nailer, a much better product that is designed to last!
My advise is don't waste your money on this set. They won't last.
January 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JimL Best deal out there
I bought this set of nail guns mainly for the 16 gauge finish nailer. When I saw the price, I thought they must be of poor quality but there were too many good reviews to ignore. I needed them for a crown molding project and they really made the job a lot easier. I used the 16 gauge finish nailer to put up backer board and then used the 18 brad nailer for the crown. Both of them loaded easily and never jammed. I was able to use the nails that came with the set to complete the job of over 120' of 3.5" crown. My compressor would kick on every 30 min or so when not using the nailer due to air leakage, possible a slow, inaudible leak in the gun or in the hose connections. With the hose disconnected, there was no leakage. The set was delivered in a couple of days, in good condition. I did have a few misfires until I learned how hard to press against the work, then they fired every time. Once I got the air pressure right, every nail was countersunk about 1/16", (perfect). Order these and you shouldn't be disappointed. If I were a professional installer I would have gone with a more expensive brand name, but for my purposes, these were great!
February 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by beachin Very useful assortment of tools
I purchased this set to use in putting up pine car-siding for the ceiling of the covered part of our deck. I used the 16 gauge for the tongue and groove car-siding and the 18 gauge brad nailer for the trim. I used the 23 gauge wire nailer for another project to secure some small trim pieces and all tools worked very well. Make sure you read the instructions as far as the air pressure range that each tool works best with. Very happy with the operation of the tools. Haven't tried the stapler yet.
November 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TheEverythingGuy Great value for the price!
I am a handyman that does EVERYTHING, including build cabinets and such.
I had been using a stapler/pinner combo gun that I was never really happy with. I could never find a nail gun or pinner that I was happy with the quality/price with, so I kept holding out.
I stumbled onto this pack and was very excited. We cracked open the box and everything seemed very solid and well put together.
Even my dad, who has been using Porter Cable guns for the last 15 years, was very pleased and couldn't believe the quality and handling of these guns for this price.
I highly recommend them for someone who uses various guns on a semi regular basis.
December 10, 2014