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Makita

Model AF505

Internet #202713472

2 in. x 18-Gauge Brad Nailer

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Makita’s 2 in. Brad Nailer (model AF505), features a durable and compact design with ease-of-use features that make it ideal for a wide variety of finish applications. The AF505 can operate from 60 to 115 psi, and drives a range of 18-gauge brand nails from 5/8 in. to 2 in. The magazine capacity is up to 100 nails, with a quick release cam-lock to open the nail guide assembly to easily clear jammed nails. The “tool-less” depth adjustment dial can be set for a wide variety of finish applications, and the cast-and-machined nose piece is engineered for precise contact with the workpiece.

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  • Quick-release cam-lock opens nail guide assembly to easily clear jammed nails; efficient design minimizes downtime
  • Easy to use "tool-less" depth adjustment dial for a wide variety of finish applications
  • Dual nail reload indicator window alert the user when to reload nails to avoid blank drives
  • Multi-directional exhaust port rotates 360° to direct exhaust air away from user
  • Drives a range of 18-gauge brad nails, from 5/8 in. to 2 in., into hard or soft wood applications; magazine capacity is up to 100 nails
  • Non-marring rubber nose and bumpers protect the wood's surface from being scratched or damaged
  • Tool hook can be rotated 180° so tool can remain close by, but never in the way
  • Cast and machined nose piece for precise contact
  • Rubberized soft grip provides more comfort and control
  • 1 year warranty
  • Includes: no-mar tip (HY00000030), air tool oil (181434-7), tool case (HY00000090), safety goggles (192517-8)

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what are the best uses for this type of nailer?

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October 28, 2013
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It's a brad nailer so it's a good tool for anything that doesn't support a lot of weight. Such as putting backing on a cabinet/pantry. Making art for the wall. Joining two pieces of wood....things like that. I used my 18 gauge to build a can rack holder, a wooden family brand, and a huge 14 foot tree.
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I have had good results installing door and window trim and baseboards
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The Makita AF505 2" Brad Nailer is ideal for Cabinet Manufacturers, Furniture Manufacturers, Molding Installation, Finish & Trim Work and More.
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Does it come with a carrying case?

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I purchased mine through Home Depot and had it shipped to my house and it did not come in a case.
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Yes, the AF505 comes with a carrying case (part # HY00000090).
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what leight of brads will this use will it shoot 5/8 brads or what.

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This nailer will hold up to 2 inch nails. You can buy various lengths through Home Depot if you want something shorter.
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The nail size accepted is between 5/8” and 2” (18 gauge).
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Difference between the AF505 and the newer AF505N. Does anyone know?

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The pictures indicate a slightly different rubber nose and bumper, but it may be that the nail guide assy is slightly different. I can't tell from the pics.
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Yes, the Makita 2" Brad Nailer, 18 Ga. (AF505N) has a narrower nose design for easier nailing access in confined areas.
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