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5/8 in. 18-Gauge Glue Collated Galvanized Brad Nails (1000-Count)

  • Solid steel construction provides enhanced durability
  • Glue coated nails for reinforced placement
  • Suitable for use on thicker moldings and trim
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Product Overview

Freeman 5/8 in. Brad Nails are an excellent choice for fastening thicker trim, moldings and base boards. These smaller headed brad nails offer excellent strength with minimal visibility. Fits most 18-Gauge pneumatic brad mailers capable of handling a 5/8 in. nail.
  • California residents
  • Solid steel for durability
  • For use on thicker trim and moldings
  • Glue collated
  • 1000-count

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Nail Length (In.)5/8 in.1 1/4 in.2 in.1 1/2 in.
Angle (Degrees)00900
Collation MaterialGlueGlueGlueGlue
Nail Gauge18181818
Fastener/Connector MaterialMetalSteelSteelSteel
Interior/ExteriorInteriorInteriorInteriorInterior
Fastener Length (in.)0.3751.252.001.5
Package Quantity1000100010005000
Fastener TypeCollated Finishing/Casing NailCollated Finishing/Casing NailCollated Finishing/Casing NailCollated Finishing/Casing Nail
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
1.85 in
Assembled Height (in.)
6.69 in
Assembled Width (in.)
7.68 in
Fastener Head Width (in.)
0
Fastener Length (in.)
0.375
Nail Length (In.)
5/8 in.

Details

Angle (Degrees)
0
Collation Material
Glue
Fastener Callout Size
5/8" 18 Gauge
Fastener Type
Collated Finishing/Casing Nail
Fastener/Connector Material
Metal
Features
Galvanized
Finish Family
Metallic
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Nail Coating
None
Nail Gauge
18
Nail Type
Wire/Brad Nail
Package Quantity
1000
Product Weight (lb.)
.29
Returnable
180-Day
Specialty Fastener Type
Finish

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

2Questions1Answers

Can any brad nails come white?

Asked by Guy December 19, 2016
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Answer

Hi Guy, we do not offer the 5/8 in. 18-Gauge Brad Nails in white on Homedepot.com. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!

Are these the right brads to use with the Milwaukee Staple and Nail Gun 48-22-1010?

Asked by DA November 5, 2016
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Good quality. Nails are smooth and had no difficulty in...
Good quality. Nails are smooth and had no difficulty in use
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No variance in the brads. Very good product.
No variance in the brads. Very good product.
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Worked perfect in my Stanley staple gun....
Worked perfect in my Stanley staple gun.
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Need the 5/8 in length for a special project. Dropped...
Need the 5/8 in length for a special project. Dropped right in air nailer. Worked perfectly .
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they are what they said they are, but they don't...
they are what they said they are, but they don't fit a Bostich electric staple/brad nailer. I had to break off about a half and inch or so to get these to fit in the nailer. these brad nails also don't drive into the wood very well. I tried them on some project OAK wood and it was a NO GO. the nails barely went into the wood. I also tried them on some yellow PINE. they went in most of the way but I still had to hammer the brad nails in to get them flush.all in all,,,NOT a good buy.
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They break apart as you put in nail gun ...
They break apart as you put in nail gun
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I loaded them easily in my new Rigid Brad nailer and they worked excellent every time I fired. C...
I loaded them easily in my new Rigid Brad nailer and they worked excellent every time I fired. Clean drives.
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