Not at all, it will be helpful
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No. They are available in different sizes that you might need at Home Depot
Yes. A 3mm hex is included with the tool for that reason. The wrench is stored on the starboard side of the nail gun.
I do not believe so. I have tried, but the specs do not seem to support the staples.
NO, I'm a customer like you are.
Your asking under the wrong product Q & A. The Porter Cable nailer uses compressed air.
If you mean wood, I'd say yes with some advice. Be aware there aren't heads, even the size of finish nails, on the brads it drives. Which is god for some things but make it difficult to countersink manually. Using it on small1/4 round or other thin wood may cause the material to split.
That is a Porter Cable part. HD does not have them.
I'd suggest a finish nailer for both. However, a brad nailer like the excellent Porter-Cable 18-Gauge model, and using clamps and quality wood glue, could be used for the cabinet. The brads would primarily hold the pieces in position as you glue and clamp the joints until dry. If using MDF board for cabinet sides, pre-drill the holes and use screws instead while also gluing the joints. Pre-drilling the screw holes will help prevent the MDF from splitting out and disintegrating. Search a few online forums for more advice on cabinet construction techniques. Hope this has been somewhat helpful!