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18V Brushless Cordless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer (Tool Only) with 30˚ Extended Capacity Magazine

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  • Framing Nailer Includes: Rafter Hook, Belt Clip and No Mar Tip
  • Includes: 30˚ Extended Capacity Magazine
  • Free Parts and Service for Life with Registration
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RIDGID introduces the 18V Brushless Cordless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer (Tool Only) with 30˚ Extended Capacity Magazine. Paired with any RIDGID 18V battery (not included), this framing nailer provides all the power of a pneumatic nailer, but with the convenience of cordless freedom. With no compressor, no hose and no gas cartridge, this cordless framing nailer enables faster set-up and easier maneuvering on the jobsite. The RIDGID 18V Brushless 30° Framing Nailer drives 3 nails per second with no gas cartridges and zero ramp-up time, meaning that there are no delays once the trigger is pulled. To meet all professional needs, the high-strength brushless motor in this framing nailer delivers enough power to sink 2 in. to 3-1/2 in. clipped head framing nails into engineered lumber. Brushless Motor Technology delivers more runtime, more power and longer motor life and the ability to drive up to 750 nails per charge to keep residential contractors and remodelers focused on the job at hand. Best of all, this tool is 100% compatible with all RIDGID 18V batteries and with registration, is eligible for the Industry Leading Lifetime Service Agreement, providing FREE seals, FREE pistons and FREE driver blades - For LIFE. Battery and charger sold separately. The included 30˚ Extended Capacity Magazine is great for large projects or for on the jobsite and is a consumable item.
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: Brushless Motor Technology delivers more runtime, power and longer motor life
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: Drives 2 in. to 3-1/2 in. full round head framing nails into engineered lumber
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: Drives 3 nails per second with no gas cartridges and zero ramp-up time
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: 750 nails per charge when using a 4.0 Ah battery (not included)
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: Selectable mode switch allows contact actuation or single sequential actuation mode
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: Tool-free depth of drive ensures accurate depth control to protect work surface from overdriving
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: Integrated rafter hook for additional storage options
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: No mar tip included to keep work surface free of tool marks
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: 100% Compatible: Works with all RIDGID 18V Batteries, Tools and Chargers
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: Includes: (1) R09895B Brushless 30° Framing Nailer, Rafter Hook, Belt Clip, Hex Key, No Mar Tip and operator's manual
  • Brushless 30° 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer: Battery and charger sold separately
  • 30˚ Extended Capacity Magazine: Accepts two full strips of nails for increased productivity
  • 30˚ Extended Capacity Magazine: Consumable Item
  • 30˚ Extended Capacity Magazine: Includes: (1) AC102EM30 30˚ Extended Capacity Magazine
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Cord StyleCordlessCordlessCordlessCordless
Nail Gun Angle30 degree21 degree30 degree21 degree
Power TypeElectricElectricElectricElectric
Maximum Fastener Size3-1/2 in3-1/2 in3-1/2 in3-1/2 in
Voltage (v)18v18v18v18v
Nail GaugeNANANANA
Minimum Fastener Size2 in2 in2 in2 in
Nailer FeaturesComfort Grip,Dry Fire Lockout,No-Mar TipComfort Grip,Dry Fire Lockout,Lithium Ion Battery,No-Mar TipNo FeaturesComfort Grip,Dry Fire Lockout,Lithium Ion Battery,No-Mar Tip
Motor TypeBrushlessBrushlessBrushlessBrushless
Loading typeStripStripStripStrip
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Specifications

Dimensions

Battery Charge Time (Hours)0Nail GaugeNA
Nail Gun Angle30 degreeProduct Depth (in.)14.28 in
Product Height (in.)13.25 inProduct Width (in.)4.4 in

Details

Air Tool TypeAir NailerBattery Amp HoursNo Battery
Battery/ChargerTool OnlyCharger IncludedCharger Not Included
ConditionNewCord StyleCordless
Cordless/CordedCordlessFiring ModeSingle Sequential
IncludedMagazineLoading typeStrip
Magazine Capacity2Maximum Fastener Size3-1/2 in
Minimum Fastener Size2 inMotor TypeBrushless
Multi-PurposeSingle PurposeNailer FeaturesComfort Grip,Dry Fire Lockout,No-Mar Tip
Number of Total Batteries Included0Power TypeElectric
Returnable90-DayTool weight (lb.)13.71
Tools Product TypeAir ToolVoltage (v)18v

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  • 4.5
    out of 79 reviews
  • 93%recommend this product
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Great accessory, adds value to the nailer holds 90 nails
This extended magazine worked well, my only issue is now I am no longer able to place my nailer in my organizers( like my Ridgid Organizers,Packout, and Dewalt T Stak) with the extended mag on. The nailer fits my organizers with the standard one on. Attaching this is a simple process, it took less than 5min, just grab the allen wrench on nailer and loosen 3 screws( see the pics). I like that the both magazines( reg and ext) has a tab near the bottom to prevent the nails from falling out. Even though it says clipped head nails, this takes Round Head nails as why, I am not sure why they only market the clipped head nails.
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Great time saver, easy to change
If you have the Ridgid 30-degree framing nailer this is a great buy to save time as you complete your framing, decking, fencing, and other jobs. The capacity of the original Ridgid nailer is around 60 nails, but that is too small to fit two strips of nails. This extended capacity raises it to over 90 nails and two strips will fit. I did find that the shorter strips that come in small boxes will not quite fit 3 so you have to fire a few nails first to get the third strip in, but in most cases I have the standard size strips and two will fit in no problem. Anyone who has framed before knows that this can save a few minutes each day and can help when getting into joists, rafters, or on to of walls where you don't want to run out of nails and have to reload as often. The install of this magazine is really easy as well as you simply remove the included hex key from the nailer or from the new magazine, loosen two screws near the firing mechanism and one screw near the handle. You then slide the old magazine down and pop it off then slide the new one in and tighten everything down. I like that it includes a second hex key because its always possible one goes missing while working so a back up is great. My only gripe is why don't this just automatically have this magazine installed to begin with as it is far more convenient.
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30° Extended Magazine Rack for Ridgid
Ridgids extended magazine racks offer the advantage of just how many nails you can load at one time. This particular extendable Magazine Rack is for the Ridgid 30° framing nailer model R09895.. When you buy this product and go to replace the stock magazine you will only need to loosen 3 screws to remove the original rack.. The capacity of the stock magazine rack holds nails totalling 60 nails.. The extended magazine will allow you to load 94 nails.. This alone is a major time saver when it comes to work.efficiency.
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easy to add capactiy
This 30 degree extended capacity magazine lets you add another nail strip, a real time saver without adding much in overall length – see photo. The extended magazine only weights 2 lbs. It has its own on-board hex wrench, you loosen 3 hex head cap screws, remove the standard magazine slide on this extended magazine, tighten the 3 screws and your good to go (remove the battery first of-course). A small detail, but they have a magnet to help keep the hex wrench in place (see photo).
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Lifetime warranty
This is TOOL ONLY will cost another 150 dollars for battery and charger unless you already have another RIDGID 18V battery powered tool. This framing nailer uses 30-34degree clipped head nails holding 60-70 nails. You can shoot roughly 750 nails per charge. This gun has a lifetime service agreement. It weighs a little over nine pounds without the battery so it isn't that lightweight.
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Great Features in Hoseless Compressed Air Nailer
On-board air tank powers this nailer so do not have compressed air hose. The instructions state that the on-board tank pressure can be up to 125 psi. This nailer uses 30 degree nail packs (the ones with paper and 1/2 heads) so no plastic waste pieces are produced. 30 degrees allows tighter access than 20 degree nailers that have full-size heads. A hard elastomeric cover fits over the metal framing claw tip to allow use where do not want marks from metal claw tip. I have a remodel project planned where I expect to use both of these to good advantage for both rough framing and then inside. The hex key for the nailer has a secure on-board storage location that includes going around the key rather then relying on just snapping in. The handle has a switch that presses in naturally when the handle is gripped that also needs to be pressed along with the trigger to reduce the possibility of accidental firing. The nail sizes to use are described both on a label and also molded into the product so do not need to dig through the instruction manual. This device weighs more than compressed air nail guns but the hand weight is going to be the same when consider that do not need to horse around a compressed air hose. When I handed it to one of my sons who has worked in construction he commented that its weight felt good to him. I feels fine to me, too, and the balance is very comfortable.
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Good job
This gun is a little heavier than my air operated one without the hose attached, so you're not saving any weight, but you are getting rid of the hose anchor. It does seem to be well made even though it is made in an Asian country. I haven't used it on a large project yet, but will be soon. There is a couple things to note. It is a 30-degree gun and at our local Home Depot there was a limited supply of nails. I wanted to try 3-1/2" nails, but they didn't even stock them. The angle will make it nice to get into some places. It has nail depth adjustment that works well and is pretty straightforward in how it works. There is a lockout when you're down to your last couple nails so you don't dry fire it. It has a rubber nose piece that you can remove and then use the jaw nose if needed. You can set it so you shoot single nails or set it for sequential nailing, and the feature is done with a slide switch and can't be any easier to use. I used 3" nails to do some nailing and it worked good. For some reason, it didn't seem to kick back as hard as my air operated one and I was nailing two 2x4" together. The 3" nails did go through with just the tip protruding and the head just under the surface. Perfect for what I was doing.
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This is a good nailer. Lost 2 stars due to the weight and confusing marketing
This is a good nailer. I have the cordless nailers from Dewalt, Milwaukee and Hitachi and in terms of speed this up there with the Milwaukee and Hitachi and will fire instantly. No ramp up time. Having the cordless nailer on site worked well for me as it reduces the noise of the generator and the compressor and creates less of a hazard as far as not having to trip over any hoses. This nailer has several labels and markings that says that it is for clipped nails but it accepts Round Head Nails as well so I am not sure why it is marketed as Clipped Head Nails only. I feel that will scare people away. If you are already invested in the Ridgid line I would definitely recommend it, due to the weight you may want to use the smaller batteries and have a few extra on hand. I was able to sink nails with no problems, although the direction is not marked on the depth adjuster, if you adjust it to the left you will sink the nails deeper and if you want them proud or not as deep adjust it to the right. This does not have a dedicated power button, so to operate insert the battery and press the lower button under the trigger, a green light will come on. I noticed that after approx 10 seconds of inactivity the light will go off just press this button again to wake it up. Personally I would prefer an actual on/off button. The single fire and bump fire mode works well. You have to press the nozzle all the way in and press the trigger to fire , just like any other nozzle. Overall this is a good nailer, it is a little on the heavy side and I would like to see the weight reduced for a Gen 2 model
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Nice gun
This completes my battery operated nail gun collection. It is a nice gun. It weighs in at about 10 pounds without the battery. That's about average for a framing nailer. It can take 2 inch to 3 1/2 inch nails. It comes with a rafter hook and a belt hook. Apparently it has a small air tank inside which you are supposed to fill up sometimes. The directions are kind of vague on this. It is supposed to shoot up to 700 nails per battery charge. Which is pretty good. Back to the air tank inside the whole point of a battery nailer is to lose the compressor. I'm not a framer but I occasionally have some wood repair on my paint jobs. I guess I'll se how long it lasts. Other than that I like it very much.
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RIDGID 18V Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 30-Degree 3-1/2 in. Framing Nailer (Tool Only)
This is a very fine tool with a lot of power. With winter coming I am curious to see how it acts in cold weather especially nailing into frozen LVL and LSL beams. With air framing nailguns and my Paslode gas gun the nails don’t set deep enough in these beams and need to be followed with a hammer to drive them in. Otherwise in warm weather and nailing in framing lumber this gun does great and with the adjustment nails can be set perfectly. Of course, the benefits are obvious; no compressor or hoses needed and, in fact, with fully charged and extra batteries, no on-site power is required. Also, unlike gas powered nailguns, the RIDGID cordless doesn’t need to be disassembled, cleaned and lubed once or twice a year. Two negatives are the weight of the gun and the limited number of nails held in the magazine. At nearly 11 pounds with battery and nails it is more than twice that of an air powered nailgun and about 50% more than a gas gun. Eleven pounds doesn’t seem like much, but hold it over your head nailing bracing, blocking or wall sheathing. Constant reloading is an inconvenience. Building walls, installing bracing, nailing down floor, wall and roof sheathing uses a lot of nails and having to stop and reload is annoying. Gas guns have the same issue.
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