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18-Volt ONE+ AirStrike 16-Gauge Cordless Straight Nailer (Tool-Only)

$179.00 /each
  • Cordless power drives up to 800 nails per charge
  • No compressors, hoses or pricey gas cartridges required
  • Highly rated for convenience and performance (see reviews)

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The Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ System introduce the third addition to the AirStrike line-up. This 16-Gauge Straight Finish Nailer features Airstrike Technology, which eliminates the need for noisy compressors, bulky hoses or expensive gas cartridges. This means faster setup and easier maneuvering on the job site. The Ryobi ONE+ AirStrike 16-Gauge Finish Nailer drives 16-Gauge finish nails ranging from 3/4 in. to 2-1/2 in. length. The 18-Volt ONE+ 16-Gauge Cordless Finish Nailer is sold as a bare tool, allowing you to build on your ONE+ collection without spending additional money on batteries and chargers with each tool purchase. Best of all, like every Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ blue or green tool, this AirStrike Finish Nailer works with any 18-Volt ONE+ battery. Upgrade to lithium-ion or LITHIUM+ batteries for lighter weight and better performance.

  • Airstrike technology provides cordless convenience, eliminating the need for a compressor and bulky air hose
  • Selectable drive shift with single sequential or contact actuation
  • Tool less depth-of-drive adjustment helps protect work surface and allows proper setting of finish nails
  • Single sequential mode for precision placement
  • Convenient adjustment dial regulates air pressure for optimum results
  • Dry-fire lockout feature extends tool life
  • Low nail indicator to quickly and easily see when it is time to re-load
  • 2 non-marring pads to keep work surface free of tool marks
  • Battery and charger sold separately
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Does tool only mean no battery or charger with it?

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Barrow County, Georgia
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August 21, 2016
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yes Catfish, that is exactly what it means
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August 19, 2016
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Yes, just the tool.
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Hauppauge, NY, USA
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August 18, 2016
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correct, this is just the tool, instructions, a few nails I think. No battery or charger.
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August 18, 2016
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Hi Catfish. That is correct. Tool only means no battery or charger. Thanks for asking.
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Crescent, PA
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August 18, 2016
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Yes, tool only means just tool, no battery or charger.
The One+ tool is a system and you buy only the tools or batteries you need. If it says One+ on it, that means any One+ Battery will work with any One+ tool. Run time per tool will vary depending on usage. So if you find your battery runs down too quick you may want to consider buying a second or going with a larger capacity. If you use the Read More
Yes, tool only means just tool, no battery or charger.
The One+ tool is a system and you buy only the tools or batteries you need. If it says One+ on it, that means any One+ Battery will work with any One+ tool. Run time per tool will vary depending on usage. So if you find your battery runs down too quick you may want to consider buying a second or going with a larger capacity. If you use the smallest 2.0Ah battery and your tools runs for 4 hours it's safe to say you will get double the run time with a 4.0Ah Battery; roughly. The 4.0Ah tend to last a bit longer as than double the time but it's a good estimate. Of course charging time is also doubled but 30 min to 60 min is not that bad all things considered.
I hope this helps... Read Less
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August 17, 2016
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That's correct
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August 17, 2016
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Correct, the battery and charger are sold separately.
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Yes
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Could this be used to secure 1x4's to 2x4 stud?

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Milwaukee, WI
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June 28, 2016
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Absolutely, as long as you choose the correct gauge and length of nail.
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Yes, and if the 1x4s are pine, the job should be relatively quick and easy. Because so many people are breaking down palettes and putting the old wood on the walls, I find myself doing a lot of this kind of work these days. If the 1x4s are going to be more than decorative - if they're going to support shelves or heavy wall-hangings, don't compromise on the number of nails. If in doubt, shoot 2 fasteners Read More
Yes, and if the 1x4s are pine, the job should be relatively quick and easy. Because so many people are breaking down palettes and putting the old wood on the walls, I find myself doing a lot of this kind of work these days. If the 1x4s are going to be more than decorative - if they're going to support shelves or heavy wall-hangings, don't compromise on the number of nails. If in doubt, shoot 2 fasteners per stud, at every stud. Nails are cheap. Read Less
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Hauppauge, NY, USA
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May 31, 2016
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It will hold a stud in place but it will not meet any structural building code.
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Barrow County, Georgia
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May 31, 2016
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Yes. This nailer would perform that task very well. Two inch length nails should work fine, but there wouldn't be any harm in using longer nails.
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Crescent, PA
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Sure, if my 1 x 4 you mean 3/4 x 3 1/2, no worries as this unit offers nail lengths from 3/4" to 2" in length. I assume you mean to use the 1 x 4 as spacer and not something weight bearing? The 16 Gauge Nail is a finish nail and not designed for weight bearing applications. But if you only need to use it to attach material to act as a spacer no worries. I would suggest using longer screws to attach the Read More
Sure, if my 1 x 4 you mean 3/4 x 3 1/2, no worries as this unit offers nail lengths from 3/4" to 2" in length. I assume you mean to use the 1 x 4 as spacer and not something weight bearing? The 16 Gauge Nail is a finish nail and not designed for weight bearing applications. But if you only need to use it to attach material to act as a spacer no worries. I would suggest using longer screws to attach the Drywall so that you go through to the stud behind the spacer. Longer screws are not that much more and will safe a ton of heart ache if these finish nails pull out. I hope this helps... Read Less
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Yes, provided you stagger the nails, use loads that are sufficiently long and make sure that you nail at angles instead of straight in. It sounds like a lot of caveats, but even with 8-penny driven by hand you can put them in permanently or temporarily.
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May 30, 2016
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Yes, the nailer can be used to secure studs.
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Can this be used for framing nails?

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I am looking for a non pneumatic option for framing. Can I use nails that are "framing quality" on this for framing some walls? If not, do you know of some other options. I am not sure if its worth my investment in an air compressor.
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Appleton, WI
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August 3, 2016
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No. This uses "finish" nails. What you want is something a "Paslode"-type nailer that uses common or construction type nails.
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No, this is a Finish Nailer, very thin nails, not suitable for framing.
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No, this is a finish nailer, not a framing nailer. Non-pneumatic framing nailers are available, but pricey. Some operate on rechargeable batteries only, others operate on pricey 'fuel cells' in addition to rechargeable batteries.
You can likely purchase a decent pneumatic framing nailer, air hose and air compressor for less money. And there is a good chance you'll find so many other uses for the air Read More
No, this is a finish nailer, not a framing nailer. Non-pneumatic framing nailers are available, but pricey. Some operate on rechargeable batteries only, others operate on pricey 'fuel cells' in addition to rechargeable batteries.
You can likely purchase a decent pneumatic framing nailer, air hose and air compressor for less money. And there is a good chance you'll find so many other uses for the air compressor to make you wish that you'd have purchased one long ago. :)
http://www.homedepot.com/s/Cordless%2520Framing%2520Nailer?NCNI-5 Read Less
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November 4, 2015
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Thanks for the question Brandeeno. Sadly, we currently do not have a framing nailer. We would not suggest our brad nailer for this application. We suggest this unit to be used for small finish and trim work.
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Hauppauge, NY, USA
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This is only a 16 gage nailer, I don't think 16 gage nails meet and building code.
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No, 16-gauge nails aren't suitable for framing. You might want to precut all of your lumber, lay it out, and then rent a compressor so that you can use a framing nailer. If the project will span a week or more, you could buy a new compressor for as little as $100 and sell it for half that when the project is completed, if you don't want to keep it. Home Depot has several compressors that are suitable for Read More
No, 16-gauge nails aren't suitable for framing. You might want to precut all of your lumber, lay it out, and then rent a compressor so that you can use a framing nailer. If the project will span a week or more, you could buy a new compressor for as little as $100 and sell it for half that when the project is completed, if you don't want to keep it. Home Depot has several compressors that are suitable for framing nailers, and they're around 100 bucks. Read Less
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No, finishing only.
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Does the Ryobi cordless nailer use special nails, or will any brand of nail work?

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Crescent, PA
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Most any straight 16 gauge nail should work, as long as it fits in the gun, it should fire.
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October 6, 2015
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Any brand works as long as it is within the scope of what the nailer is capable of handling. I own this tool and love it! Just remember that cheap is not always better. ;)
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Can use standard nails, but make sure you buy 16GA straight finish nails. I bought Porter Cable 1 1/2" and they worked great. The product comes with a small supply of 2" nails.
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I have used a few different brand 16 gage nails, different lengths and different materials and have not had any issues.
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April 24, 2015
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Any brand of nails that are meant for straight finish nailers should work as long as they're
* 16 gauge
* glued together straight (not angled)
* between 3/4" and 2-1/2" long (inclusive)
I've used off brand nails with this nailer when I needed a specific size and finish
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April 24, 2015
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Any 16G Straight Finish Nails will work.
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Appleton, WI
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Any brand of straight finish nail will work, I happen to use Pasload nails in mine. I would stick with a quality brand however. The few cents you may save on cheaper nails could wind up costing you big time in the end.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 73 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very happy with this purchase First cordless nailer I have ever bought. Was building some crates for accent furniture and was tired of using my air nailers. This nailer works like a champ! June 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use The Nailer was easy to setup and is easy to operate. For light jobs it sure is nice to not set up a compressor and air hoses. July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Nailer, challenging to set up I've been looking for a airless finish nailer and have used the one+ Brad nailer before. It has worked good once set up. It took a while, the nailer would only shoot a nail every other trigger pull. Adjusting the depth adjust and pressure adjust a number of times finally solved the issue July 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ryobi Airstrike 16 Gauge Cordless I really like the Ryobi Airstrike tools. I now have the (2) Nail guns and the stapler. I have used these now for a few months and am very happy with the results. No more dragging hose reel and compressor around. I don't however use these for a living so I can only attest what my experience is around my home and shop. With that being said, I really like the Ryobi tool line. I would recommend this product for the do it yourselfer and maybe the occasional handy man. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointing Performance I have worked in building in one way or another for the past 20 years. I was excited about this nailer. My wife and I are replacing all our trim and casing throughout the house. My wife is very capable. I saw this gun and decided to get it for 199. I already own a Paslode Finish Nailer. With this product, both of us could run trim at the same time. This nailer is a huge letdown. I am going through trim, drywall and into stud. It does not sink the nails in all the way as it should and every nail needs punched. I have tried different brand nails, tried both 2 and 2.5 lengths, cleaned the plunger and rack... Etc. I am sure I have the gun set correctly. This gun is made for the type of use I am doing. It is not nearly as good as my Paslode. I didn't expect it to be. However, I did expect it to perform my tasks- as claimed. If I am doing something wrong please let me know.. I can't believe it! July 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great nailer for the money! I normally buy Dewalt battery tools but could not see paying the price difference for a tool that I will occasionally use and not heavy use. This nailer has proven itself to be a great tool at a great price. I have other Ryobi 18V tools so I had a couple of batteries already and the tool only price cant be beat. It has functioned flawlessly so far after a few hundred nails of various lengths. the depth adjustment works perfectly and have not had a bad nail depth or failure yet. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent so far I've had it for about 6 months and I've shot about 1500 nails so far. Mostly 2 and 2 1/2". Not a single misfire. Set's fine. Doesn't seem to drain the battery excessively. For the hobbyist this nail gun seems to be a very good choice. So far it's performance pretty much matches my Senco Fusion F-18. Can't see any reason for a non-professional to spend more. It's extremely handy around the shop for all sorts of quick nailing tasks such as making quick jigs and so on. July 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No Cord - No Hose Because I've been pleased with the Ryobi AirStrike brad nailer, that works so well for moldings and small projects, I opted to go for its more powerful companion. June 28, 2016
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