Internet #305708793

Model #DWFP2350K

Store SKU #1003363549

23-Gauge 2 in. Pin Nailer

  • Fires 23-Gauge headless pin nails from 5/8 in. to 2 in.
  • Oil-free motor helps to keep from staining the work surface
  • Tool-free jam release to quickly and easily clear jammed nails
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Product Overview

DEWALT's new 23GA 2 in. Pin Nailer (DWFP2350K) is equipped with innovative features and power to set nails recessed into Oak. The DWFP2350K meets the needs of professionals and serious woodworkers. This Nailer fastens materials while keeping nail visibility to a minimum and still delivering superior holding power.
  • Uses 23-Gauge headless pin nails from 5/8 in. L to 2 in. L
  • Low nail lockout alerts when to reload
  • Tool-free jam release quickly and easily clear jammed nails
  • Tool-free depth adjustment allows to adjust nail depth for different materials
  • Long-life oil-free motor helps to keep from staining the work surface
  • Power to sink 2 in. nail countersunk into oak
  • Reversible belt hook allows tool to be kept near the user



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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
13.03
Product Height (in.)
13.09
Product Width (in.)
3.74

Details

Air Tool Type
Air Nailer
Compressor/Air Tool Features
Fastener Collation,Fastener Depth Control
Condition
New
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Included
Case
Loading type
Strip
Maximum Fastener Size
2 in
Minimum Fastener Size
5/8 in
Minimum Recommended Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI
1.86
Minimum Recommended Operating Pressure (psi)
70
Nail Gauge
23
Nailgun Angle
0
Power Type
Air
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Air Tool

Questions & Answers

5Questions17Answers

Can this pin nailer be use with a 3/8 dia hose instead of 1/4 dia hose? Thanks

Asked by Bigbob February 16, 2020
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as long as you follow pressure guidelines, and hae correct connectors on the ends

this gun is for fine pinning, and thus should have fine control. I want a THIN air hose, 1/4 inc...

Asked by nick October 2, 2019
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Try using a 1/4” coiled hose. It is light to use Only problem is that the coils can get caught on things.

Is this battery operated?

Asked by Hammer June 20, 2019
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No

I would like the technicals characteristics and pressure to paint with a gun

Asked by DAC January 16, 2019
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It might be difficult to paint large areas with this pin nailer. I'd use a 16 gauge finish nailer at a minimum. When using a finish nailer the pressure should be turned up a little bit to about 120 psi but your pin nailer won't need more than 100. If you want to use a framing nailer like the pros use then you also won't need to go over 100 psi but you would probably need something bigger than a pancake style compressor to keep the pressure up without burning out the motor.

Does it come in case

Asked by Terry November 19, 2018
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yes, nice case. BUT, i believe they could have REDESIGNED this case to hold a lot more nails; lots of blowmolded wasted space. could have had more depressions in it that held boxes of nails/pins

Customer Reviews

  • 107 Customer Reviews
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars overall
88% of customers recommended.
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Great product, hassle free right out of the box. Make...
Great product, hassle free right out of the box. Make sure your compressor tank is full before you fire for the first time to avoid unwanted jambs due to low air pressure.
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This product works just fine in our new Dewalt 23 gauge pin nailer which I would recommend.
This product works just fine in our new Dewalt 23 gauge pin nailer which I would recommend.
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I have been using a husky 23G nailer for years. I had to buy a new nailer to shoot 1 3/4-2 inch p...
I have been using a husky 23G nailer for years. I had to buy a new nailer to shoot 1 3/4-2 inch pins through bamboo quarter round. Not real happy with nailer. It literally jams after every 3rd or 4th nail on a good run. Having a hard time getting pins to recess. I have adjusted depth to the deepest setting. Also using recommended bostich nails at max pressure (100psi). I honestly had better performance with the husky. Went with Dewalt because of name. Sadly disappointed with the nailer.
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Response from DewaltProductExpertFebruary 15, 2019
Hi-
We appreciate your feedback on this pin nailer and are sorry to hear of the issue you are having with your product. This is not the kind of performance we expect from our products and would like to speak to you about this issue so we can assist you with resolving this to your satisfaction. Please email me at wecare@sbdinc.com and reference case # 09159300. I look forward to hearing from you.
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Becca
DEWALT Customer Care
Dallas, TX, United States
Very compact and great tool to have!
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This Dewalt 23 GA Pin Nail Gun include hard case storage, and very handy for projects like molding base, crown, and furniture, my daughter love her new dresser. I would definitely recommend this to someone, no doubt Dewalt has never let me down! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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Dewalt 23 Ga. Pin nailer Mod. No. DWFP 2350K
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I had plans to build a 4' by 8' bookcase that a good nailer would be beneficial in the construction of the bookcase. The top, bottom,sides and shelves were 1/2 inch sanded Birch plywood with 3/4 inch by 1 1/2 inch fir strips to cap the edges of the plywood. The fir strips were intended to provide strength to the plywood to prevent sagging or warping and cover the edges of the plywood. This nailer was carefully engineered to provide the cleanest and finished result of any nailer I have ever used. This Pin Nailer has a secondary trigger that when depressed allows the Primary trigger to dispatch at will. Most brad nailers require placing the tip of of the nailer on the wood and depressing the tip into the wood, which, leaves an indentation in the wood and then wood filler for a smooth finish, but, a blotchy finish. With this pin nailer , lightly set the tip on the wood and pull the primary trigger!!! Due to the small diameter of the pin nail (26Ga.), the result is a tiny hole that to the eye of the beholder,wood filler might be optional. Use some scrap wood to set the countersink depth of the nail. If the nail doesn't countersink into the wood, it maybe a challenge to remove the protruding nail and redo the nail. It will refuse to pull out!!! That is what it is supposed to do!! This Dewalt Pin Nailer is a fine tool and is designed to give a clean and finished product. Not something that has to be repaired when your finished. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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There is a heavy belt or holster clip for ease of freeing your hands when setting up the job. This keeps the tool near you and not sitting on or in the way. There is an extra tip/material guard attached right to the tool. I found the oil free operation a great asset for keeping the wood surfaces clean. I have had oil spray interfere with the staining and finishing of past projects. The dual safety trigger at first I thought it would be a problem but it feels natural and was a non issue to get used to. Overall I really like the weight and quality feel of the tool in my hand [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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This is just what I expected from DEWALT. Works perfectly, smoothly & precisely. Just a gentle ph...
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This is just what I expected from DEWALT. Works perfectly, smoothly & precisely. Just a gentle phisst every time you pull the trigger and NO OIL NEEDED for this little puppy. The one negative I have, and it is minor is the second trigger. It is a little clumsy at first but then you get used to it and it is fine. I really like the protected depth control knob. It takes a little effort to get to it but then you won’t ruin work by hitting it with your finger and not fully seating a pin. That happens often with nailers that have exposed and easy to turn depth adjusters. The depth adjuster is also stiff to turn so it won’t change depth from vibration. I used 1" pins in Ironwood and phisst, not wham and they seated flawlessly. The nailer comes with the male air connector installed and 100, 1" pins and a spare protective tip. Ops, it had the manual also. The case is super heavy duty with plenty of space to add boxes of pins. DEWALT is molded into the TOP of the case only so the up side is easy to tell. If you are like me and have a number of nailers they put stickers on each end identifying the tool when stacked side by side.
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The Dewalt 23 Gauge 2 Inch Pin Nailer is such a well thought out tool. Besides using 23 gauge pin...
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The Dewalt 23 Gauge 2 Inch Pin Nailer is such a well thought out tool. Besides using 23 gauge pins which are hardly noticed in your projects, the nailer has a low pin lock out. Most of your pin jams come when your pins get low. Now you get to reload before that happens. If so some reason you do get a jam, 1st remove the air supply, then all you do is take off the no mar tip and open up the nose cover, easy to clear the jam. The tool also has a pin depth adjustment that is located under the nose tip. Just rotate the wheel for the desired depth! The dual trigger safety also is a smart way to keep the user safe. Just know that once the safety trigger is engaged the other trigger is live! I have used this pin nailer in different types of wood and it works great! I do recommend this pin nailer wholeheartedly.
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As I was reminded in the store there are less expensive pin nailers out there and this is a relat...
As I was reminded in the store there are less expensive pin nailers out there and this is a relative newcomer to the pack. I chose this because of the tool-less design to clear a jam. Pin nailers are notorious for jams and the cheaper the brand the more the jams. I was doing a big project and we chose to use a pin nailer to fix thin wood planks to the wall. The pins are nearly invisible and you really have to look for them. I used over 600 pins on this project and did not have a single jam. The dual trigger is there for safety but be careful because you can still shoot a pin at yourself or the floor if you're not paying attention as I did three times. Oops. One nice feature is that it will stop when the pins get down to the last dozen pins. Why? If you go past that point that's when the cheaper pin nailers jam. This is a brilliant feature. The business end has a clip you can pop up to clear a jam but like I said, that never happened to me. This gun also requires no oil which was a huge plus as the wood I was installing would have been ruined with an oil stain. The gun feels good and well-balanced in the hand and is about the size of an 18 gauge brad nailer. It's also very quiet, barely making a sound. With a lot of home renovations ahead of me I am very glad I spent more $ and got myself the perfect tool for the job. This definitely exceeded my expectations and I'm still shocked it never jammed. I've included a couple pictures so you can see just how small the holes are. When you're close you can see them but take a couple steps back and they're gone. On this project I was using 1.25" pins. Dewalt says this can shoot up to 2" pins. I was shooting through pine into sheetrock. Never had an issue.
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