If it is a Dewalt 20volt grease gun then yes
I would use the 16GA nailer. The 18GA brad nailer works well for light/small boards/molding...but it seems like the pine shiplap may be a bit heavy for the 18GA brad nails.
If it is a 20volt trimmer then yes
I have to admit, this was not clear to me until I tried to put nails into the gun. Yes, it says angled - but to a first-time nail-gun owner like me, it was not clear that you needed special nails for this. Once you order the proper nails - from DeWalt or a compatible set, this guy is awesome.
Well, they are advertised as "Provides up to 33% more capacity than standard 20V MAX batteries" which I dont quite understand as a 2 amp/hour battery should provide 4 amp hours regardless of being XR or not. Whether to buy XR or not depends on your budget and how often you use the batteries. If you are DIY and have a charger and a few 20v batteries, you probably dont need XR. If you are a pro and use the batteries daily and with heavy use, maybe the XR will work better for you.
Those are probably Milwaukee batteries
No. Only 16 gauge will fit. DeWalt makes a 15 gauge nailer as well.
Yes, it comes with a case.
Sounds like yours is faulty cause mine lights all four after full charge
I know this is several months late, however, if you're still considering this item, it only weighs just over 5 lbs.