Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 24
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Thereap I am pleased with the value this product delivered
Fast shipping and I like the value of this product. Did exactly as I needed.
February 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Derwyn Performs flawlessly. Can't beat the price.
Performs flawlessly. Can't beat the price. The only thing I wish it had is a trigger safety. You can literally shoot nails across the room with this thing. Be careful where/how you sit it down, if something gets inside the trigger guard it could easily discharge!
April 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Richard This product was perfect for my projects.
The NuMax Pneumatic 23-gauge pin nailer was perfect for my project. It is lightweight and easy to handle during its first project of making an over the top dollhouse for my grand-daughter. I cannot wait to use it on other projects.
January 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Mantis I just finished putting the molding up using the nailer, it works great.
On one strip of architectural molding the pins were driven in to deeply and they did not hold, so I angled them with less PSI (60) and they held perfectly. It also worked on 1/4" foam PVC Elegant Tray Ceiling System panels.
January 10, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Woodbutcher Surprisingly Good Performance So Far
My first pneumatic nail gun was a Senco back in the day, and I paid nearly three bills for it; straight magazine, built like a tank, drove 2" brads into oak or maple without hiccuping. I went on to Porter Cable products, rounding out my arsenal of finish carpentry nail guns with other, less-expensive-but-still-big-dollar products. Point is that I've been around the block and paid well for the trip - - I know a little something about nail guns and how to use (and yeah, occasionally abuse) nail guns.
All right, now that I've established what might pass for credibility on the Internet, let's get to the point: For thirty-nine bucks, this is a decent gun with robust construction the ability to drive a nearly-invisible fastener effortlessly. I build with a lot of 6mm Baltic birch plywood, and bought this gun specifically to nail butt joints. It works flawlessly, aligning and temporarily holding parts until I can clamp them, leaving behind holes that require minor filling at most. I like the safety on the trigger, which is easy to operate when not needed, and the gun's magazine is easy to load.
A minor complaint I had at first was the lack of a carrying case, but that turns out to be a non-issue after all. The gun is small enough to slip into a toolbox drawer or cabinet, and I don't need another case to open when I'm using the tool and stash when I'm not. So, no complaints with the tool.
I don't have long-term data on this product, and can't tell you how long it will last. I can tell you this tool feels like it should cost more than it does and I'd buy it again based on what I see so far.
February 25, 2014