|Assembled Depth (in.)||5.5 in||Assembled Height (in.)||1.25 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||1.438 in||Crown Size||0|
|Staple Width (in.)||0|
|Fastener Type||Collated Finishing/Casing Nail||Gauge||18|
|Package Quantity||2500||Product Weight (lb.)||2.778 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Staple Leg Length||1|
|Staple Material||Galvanized Steel||Staple Type||BN1810|
A: Yes, up to 2-Inch material
A: Yes indeed
A: If your Senco nailer is made for 18ga. 2in. nails then yes.
A: The nails are not restricted for use with DEWALT products exclusively. However, for the nail compatibility, you would need to contact the manufacturer of the nailer.
A: Most brads fit both type brad guns. they are the same....
A: I would think they would, I used them in several brands of nailers
A: Did they work for it?
A: They work as any Brad mail should.
A: We have a Rigid nailer, but I don't see why they wouldn't fit your Milwaukee. The brad nailer is designed to shoot 18-gauge nails whereas the finish nail guns are either for 16-gauge or 15-gauge nails.
A: Yes they do fit the Milwaukee Brad nailers. Anything 18 gauge should work. These specific brand of nails however I would STRONGLY recommend against for your Milwaukee. Buy Senco nails or Porter Cable even. These Dewalts will jam up your gun over and over.