An angled nail gun can drive nails at a steeper angle for projects that require toenailing or attaching 2 pieces of wood together where one is in a fixed position and the other is not like attaching, nailing a railing baluster to the rail and the stair tread. It can also perform all the nailing jobs that a straight nailer does. In addition, it allows you to drive a nail in tight spaces. I would say if you only have one nail gun it should be an angled nail driver and you will never need a straight one, the opposite is not true.
Hello! Our M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 15-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer (2753-20) is approximately 11.9" x 5.6" x 12.5".
I don't know the answer to this, but I do know this gun is worth full price and then some.As a pro carpenter I use this gun daily, and it's never let me down in the years I've owned it. Greatest 15g battery nailer on the market and I've used them all. Far better than Hitachi and DeWalt to know just a few. If your a pro, get this gun. Otherwise I assume the lesser brands may suite your needs.
yes you need abattery an charger. it uses 15ga angled nails only
It shouldn’t, you take it back to where you purchased it or send it to Milwaukee Tools for repair or replacement. By the you may be using the wrong gage nail/ brads!
Nose gaurd yes, full boot like on a impact no
It would probably shoot the nail through the metal.