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Get Portable Power With Cordless Nail Guns


With a cordless nail gun, you get all the power and accuracy of an electric nailer, without cords or air hoses getting in the way. Use a battery-powered nail gun for everything from craft projects to home renovation jobs.

Types of Cordless Nailers

The type of cordless nail gun you choose will depend on the size and scope of your project.

Cordless brad nailers. For small projects, like installing thin trim or building a child’s toy, a brad nailer is ideal. Brad nailers use thinner gauge nails made for delicate types of wood. Cordless nailers allow you to avoid tangled cords while working with little pieces. They’re also great for outdoor jobs or tight spaces where there isn’t easy access to electricity. 
 
Cordless finishing nailers. Larger jobs, like installing molding or floors, require bigger nails and more power. Finishing nailers shoot thicker nails with wider bases, which makes them ideal for projects that need a firm hold. Cordless finishing nail guns are great for projects located far from a power source, such as putting up exterior trim or deck rails. 

Cordless framing nail gun. For construction-level jobs, like framing walls and building decks and fences, use a framing nailer. A cordless option works well for outdoor projects since you won’t have to worry about extension cords. 

Battery Types 

You have options when it comes to batteries for your nail gun. Choose between 18- or 20-volt NiCad batteries or a lithium-ion battery. Both types are powerful. A lithium-ion battery-powered nail gun is pricier, but it’s a lighter and more eco-conscious choice.

Choose the right portable nail gun, and you can complete your projects with speed and accuracy, without a trail of cords behind you.


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