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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ AirStrike 18-Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer (Tool-Only)
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Ryobi

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

  • Cordless power drives up to 1700 nails per charge
  • No compressors, hoses or pricey gas cartridges required
  • Cordless design offers both convenience and superior performance
$129.00 /each

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The Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ System presents the next generation in cordless convenience. This 18-gauge brad 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 P320 AirStrike Brad Nailer drives 18-gauge nails from 5/8 in. to 2 in. length.

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  • Selectable drive shift with single sequential or contact actuation
  • Contact actuated mode for production speed up to 60 nails per minute
  • Tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment helps protect work surface and allows proper setting of nailheads
  • Single sequential mode for precision placement
  • Convenient adjustment dial regulates air pressure for optimum results
  • Dry-fire lockout feature extends tool life
  • Tool-less jam release for easy access to clear nails
  • Low-nail indicator to quickly and easily see when it is time to reload
  • Belt hook mounts to right or left side for added convenience
  • 2 non-marring pads to keep work surface free of tool marks
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Would I be able to build a deck with this gun?

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August 2, 2016
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I think you could use this product but recommend 15 gauge not 18 for deck work 2 1/2" stainless steel nails. I would definitely use deck screw in combination of this to bring more stability.
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May 18, 2016
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Hi MG. We would not suggest this gun because it may not give you the hold you want. Brads are mainly for finish work. We hope this helps in your search.
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May 14, 2016
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No. It's only a BRAD gun.
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May 14, 2016
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I'd have to say not really. While some one could maybe do a glue down type of install, and having the brad nails and nailer to hold deck in place till the glue dries. Keep in mind, its only a brad nailer. Finishing nailer. The brads (nails) have next to no head, and 18 ga, is not made for strength.
Hope this helps. Great nailer though......
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May 13, 2016
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For a "Barbie House", yes.
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May 13, 2016
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No not a nail gun, it is a brad gun.
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Barberton, Ohio
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May 13, 2016
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The short answer is no. This is a finish nailer used mostly for trim work and small projects. I do not recommend cordless nailers for deck building.
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May 13, 2016
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NO - YOU SHOULD USE A SCREW GUN OR NAILS. THE GUN IS NOT STRONG ENOUGH TO DO THE JOB.
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Lakewood, CA
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May 13, 2016
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This is a good nail gun for small jobs. I am not confident that the slim "nails" would be adequate for a deck. The nails can be as long as 2 inches, but they are not thick.
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May 13, 2016
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Absolutely! But I would have a spare battery in the charger so you are not interrupted when you get into a nailing routine.
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I would not try it....this is a finishing gun, does an excellent job when doing trim work, what you are thinking of is a framing gun which uses 3" nails. Besides, you should be using exterior screws when building a deck, I would not make the purchase of a nailing gun just for the few nails you might use when building a deck. As I mentioned, the majority of fasteners you should use will be exterior deck Read More
I would not try it....this is a finishing gun, does an excellent job when doing trim work, what you are thinking of is a framing gun which uses 3" nails. Besides, you should be using exterior screws when building a deck, I would not make the purchase of a nailing gun just for the few nails you might use when building a deck. As I mentioned, the majority of fasteners you should use will be exterior deck screws. Instead of a nailing gun, purchase a cordless screw/ drill gun, minimum 18 volt, this is more practical for your needs. Read Less
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May 12, 2016
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No. It's only an 18 gage brad nailer. It's used for mainly interior trim work or build craft projects. It's not even a finish nailer which uses heavier gage nails. You would need a framing type nailer, I have not used a battery powered framing nailer before so I don't know how well it would do.
I can say for a brad nailer this gun is awesome. It's a little heavy compared to an air brad nailer but a lot
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No. It's only an 18 gage brad nailer. It's used for mainly interior trim work or build craft projects. It's not even a finish nailer which uses heavier gage nails. You would need a framing type nailer, I have not used a battery powered framing nailer before so I don't know how well it would do.
I can say for a brad nailer this gun is awesome. It's a little heavy compared to an air brad nailer but a lot less hassle not having to drag a compressor and hoses around.
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May 12, 2016
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no. you need a framing nailer
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May 12, 2016
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This can be used for that purpose.
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Is this tool good for installing quarter round?

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June 8, 2016
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Hi Buzz! Yes! this unit would be great for quarter round!
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June 6, 2016
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I would use a finish nail gun vs this one. The nails in this might split the wood.
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sure beats hammer and nail
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I have not done it but I have done base board and that worked fine.
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works great for all trims.
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Barberton, Ohio
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June 4, 2016
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Any good 18 gauge finish nailer will hang quarter round. What makes the Ryobi Airstrike a great choice is the cordless advantage. I have installed plenty of quarter round with this exact tool and it fits the bill well. With no hoses or compressor to worry about, it gets the job done faster.
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Toledo, OH, USA
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Excellent tool for the installation of quarter round. what size of brads you should use depends on whether you are installing 3/4" or 1/2" quarter round.
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If you speaking of quarter round like on the base boards. I'd say it has worked for me. If they'd make it an angled nailer it would be perfect. That's the only problem I've had so far, at times, a bit tricky to get it at certain angles.
Great nailer just the same.
Good luck.....
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YES IT IS - I USED IT FOR THAT A MY HOUSE.
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it's great for installing trim! makes the job a breeze.
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It's PERFECT for that. Used it already for that.
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Yes it's perfect for that.
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can this gun handle crown staples?

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YES it will shoot crown staples!
Don't listen to all the people who think it will only shoot brads. Mine shoots staples all day long. I only needed to modify the plunger, upper guide system and nail rack to accept and fire crown staples. I found a good machinist and had the work done for just under $1200.
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YES it will shoot crown staples!
Don't listen to all the people who think it will only shoot brads. Mine shoots staples all day long. I only needed to modify the plunger, upper guide system and nail rack to accept and fire crown staples. I found a good machinist and had the work done for just under $1200.
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Yes i believe it will.I used mine for trim work around my home.
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February 26, 2014
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Yes
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February 18, 2014
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The gun cannot .. the ONE PLUS line has another gun that does Stales
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-18-Volt-Airstrike-Stapler-P360/204646227?keyword=ryobi+stapel
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February 11, 2014
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Nope, it's a brad nailer. There is a separate product that shoots staples.
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There is a separate model that shoots staples. I believe it is slightly more expensive.
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February 4, 2014
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No. This is only a 18 gauge nail gun. I don't think Ryobi has come out with a battery powered crown stapler.
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No. Only 18-gauge finish nails.
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No. this gun is not a stapler. Ryobi just came out with the same type of cordless nailer but for staples for about the same price.
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I don't know for sure. Probably not.
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No. This gun is only designed to use 1-1/4 and 2 inch 18 Gauge nails. However it is very easy to place several nails in a concentrated area where strength is a concern.
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December 31, 2013
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Hello snoshoo53, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
This tool is designed to use 18 gauge brads. It will not accept staples.
I hope this helps,
Chris.
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is there a carry case for the nailer?

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Nope. No carry case for this nailer, nor did I see one offered as an option.
You could just purchase a soft sided tool case to hold it along with the other accessories.
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Mine didn't come with one, but I purchased it as an add on to the ONE + system. Check with your retailer, there may be one available. The tool does have a hook attachment for your tool belt.
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Sorry but I have not seen a carry case for this particular nailer
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No this product does not come with a carrying case.
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Mine did not come with a carrying case and I have not seen a case in the store. Sorry.
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No but it fits into most of the tool bags on the market. It is not fragile
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Unfortunately, no. It would be a great addition to have a zippered/ fitted case.
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Sadly, it comes with no case, that's the only thing I didn't like about it.
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No there is not
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NO
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December 10, 2013
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no carrying case i keep mine in the box. I guess I could keep it inside a tool bad
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December 9, 2013
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, we do not stock a carrying case for this item. However, we do offer alternative models that may suit your needs. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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18-Volt ONE+ AirStrike 18-Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer (Tool-Only) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 736.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best all in 1! Bought this as a "present" for my husband and by far the best purchase I have made for him. Well really us. I had been wanting boxes for collectables and I now have a beautiful collections of boxes and shelves for all of my collectables(AKA Tsum Tsum). He had it running and figured out in just a few minutes and was making me boxes very quickly. So glad we discovered Ryobi and this product. So easy to use I can use it! I just can't clear a jam. Well worth the money!
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent nail gun When borrowing tools becomes burdensome, it's time to get your own. While this gun, along with a separate purchase of the battery and charger, will out you out about much as a Porter and Cable compressor and complete gun set when on sale, it's much easier to use and takes up less storage space when not in use. There is a little more hesitation when firing vs a pneumatic gun but it didn't take long to get past that. It will tend to jam if the pressure isn't high enough, so test the adjustments and practice before using on a real project. Factory settings should be close enough to what you need. I plan on getting the 16 gauge and the stapler as soon as they are needed for a project.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I purchased this brad nailer for a hidden doorway-bookcase project I am working on. This thing i... I purchased this brad nailer for a hidden doorway-bookcase project I am working on. This thing is powerful! You have compression power and nail depth settings so you have quite a bit of control over how far and deep the nail travels. I experimented with this on 2x4's and it will drive a 2" brad nail with no problem. I love the fact there are no air hoses to deal with and dragging around an air compressor is, well a "drag". Especially when working on projects upstairs. This product is very responsive and has that satisfying "thwack" sound and feel. Highly, highly recommend!
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This tool was very heavy compared to other Ryobi 18 vold ONE tools I own and much heavier than I ... This tool was very heavy compared to other Ryobi 18 vold ONE tools I own and much heavier than I expected. I know the literature tells you how heavy it is before you purchase, but until you feel it in your hand it's hard to tell if the weight is too much for you. The grip is also bigger around so my hand does not wrap all the way around it. I am very comfortable with the other tools I own, but not the nailer. I am glad I have it in the collection, but won't use it like I wanted to. Not the fault of the tool, but smaller or older folks wanting to continue to do remodel or hobby work should feel the tool before purchasing....I bought online. My bad.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Minor not major This product was great but it should only be used for small projects not larger ones. I had mine and maybe used it for 13 hours before something went wrong with the firing pin so now I have to dry fire it several times until it makes the noise that it can shoot a nail once again. I also can no longer close the hatch that holds the nails because I can only fire one nail before I have to open it and take it apart again. Been a long time user of Ryobi (15 years) and just felt very unsatisfied with the end results of this nailer. Will not be getting it again. It's also why I didn't bother to take my original back because I don't want it again.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty handy for large jobs. I purchased my brad nailer on sale for $99. I am working on remodeling my entire condo so the convenience is definitely worth the investment. Had I only been looking for something for small sporadic jobs I would have used the mechanical nailer I have. But that one works your hand rather quickly so you need something like this for bigger/longer jobs. I am a female DIYer and find this tool very easy to work with. It can be flipped around and/or upside down for tight corners while still being able to apply adequate pressure and pull the trigger. Of course a few nails from each strip remain in the cartridge and don't ever get used. The only issue we've really had with this, and the reason I removed a star, is that it gets jammed up every once in a while. You clear it and it will do it again a few nails later. We used it upstairs without issue and now that it is broke in, it jams like this every once in a while as we are working on the downstairs baseboard. That is "ok" to me but I would imagine would be an inconvenience for anyone using this as an everyday work tool. I like it and think it has been great!
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought the first version of this years ago when it just came out. I didn't use it much until r... I bought the first version of this years ago when it just came out. I didn't use it much until recently, and it really stands up. I've used this with everything from 3/4" to 2" brads on everything from wallboard to trim to dollhouses. It's very durable (dropped it many times) and doesn't seem to have a big drain on the battery. The only problem is that it gets jammed from time to time and you need to put a couple drops of oil on the striker bar. Not that they tell you that in the manual (typical Ryobi: 73 pages of warnings, 2 sentences on how to use it). The pressure adjustment knob and dial have stopped making a difference for some reason, but the pressure is always adequate without driving right through the piece I'm nailing.
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best tools I've bought. I used it to install about 500 sq ft of Tongue and Groove ceil... One of the best tools I've bought. I used it to install about 500 sq ft of Tongue and Groove ceilings in my house. This thing just wouldn't quit! I was apprehensive about running out of juice so I bought two batteries but a single battery easily would have lasted an entire workday- I wouldn't really know because I never found the bottom of the battery life before quitting time. The tool was consistent, reliable, easy to handle, and best of all way WAY easier to store than your tank and hose setup you would get when going the pneumatic route.
Date published: 2016-12-04
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