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Reviews of Pneumatic Woodworking Tools

Reviews of pneumatic woodworking tools, from air compressors to finish and brad nailers. Check out features and compare prices to find the right pneumatic nailers for your wood shop.

Paslode Cordless 16-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer Review
The Paslode Cordless 16-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer is a lightweight, portable, cordless finish nailer that frees you from the need for an air hose and air compressor. This Paslode Cordless Finish Nailer uses a battery and a fuel canister to drive 16-gauge finish nails of up to 2-1/2 inches in length. Learn the advantages of this cordless finish...

Bosch BNS200-18 Brad Nailer Review
The Bosch BNS200-18 Brad Nailer is a well-balanced 18-gauge finish nailer that is loaded with features such as sequential and bump firing modes, an adjustable exhaust deflector and a nail indicator to show when the magazine is almost empty. The Bosch BNS200-18 Brad Nailer is sturdy and well-designed, a great choice for anyone seeking an 18-gauge...

Duofast DF350S Framing Nailer
The Duofast DF350S Framing Nailer is a lightweight, durable framing nailer with a powerful motor and features that set it apart from other framing nailers. For instance, the Duofast DF350S Framing Nailer includes thoughtful features such as a switchable trigger, a metal exhaust cap and a lockout feature that eliminates blank firing.

Ridgid MobilAir Tri-Stack Air Compressor Review
The Ridgid MobilAir Tri-Stack Air Compressor (Model OF50150TS) is an interesting concept in air compressors. The triple-tank compressor can be used as a single unit for a full five-gallon capacity, or the compressor head and tank can be removed from the main tank for easier transport and flexibility at the job site. Learn the benefits and...

Review of the Grip Rite GR152CM Air Compressor
The Grip Rite GR152CM Air Compressor is a small, dual-tank air compressor ideal for woodshops that use small air-powered finish nailers, narrow-crown staplers and brad nailers.

Grip-Rite 23-Gauge Headless Pinner Review
Grip-Rite's 23-Gauge Headless Pinner is a pneumatic nailer that drives headless pins. This pneumatic pinner will accept pins from 1/2" to 1-3/16" in length, so you can tack parts in even the most delicate woodworking projects. Learn the features of the Grip-Rite Model #GRTPIN23 23-Gauge Headless Pinner in this woodworking tool review.

Review of Grip-Rite 16-Ga. Finish Nailer
Grip-Rite has been a well-known manufacturer of woodworking fasteners for years, and now they've entered the pneumatic tool market in impressive fashion, with their line of pneumatic nailers and compressors. In this woodworking tool review, read about the Grip-Rite GRTFN250 Finish Nailer, a straight-collated, 16-gauge finish nailer and discover...

Paslode 16-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer Review
The Paslode T250A-F16 16-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer is an interesting entry into the pneumatic finish nailer market. This lightweight but durable finish nailer uses 16-gauge angled finish nails (rather than standard 15-gauge nails) to help avoid splitting. Learn the other advantages of this pneumatic finish nailer in our woodworking tool review...

Grip-Rite GRTBN200 Brad Nailer Review
The Grip-Rite GRTBN200 Brad Nailer is a well-designed 18 gauge pneumatic brad nailer that is a pleasure to use. This brad nailer is well-balanced, lightweight and the nose is easy to clear in the event that it does jam. In this woodworking tool review, learn the results of the testing of the Grip-Rite GRTBN200 Brad Nailer, and plus discover its...

Duo-Fast FloorMaster 250BN Finish Nailer Review
The Duo-Fast FloorMaster 250BN Finish Nailer is a hardwood flooring finish nailer with a special feature: detachable 45-degree no-mar tips for precision blind nailing into hardwood flooring. This 16-gauge angled finish nailer can be used as a regular finish nailer as well, by simply switching out the no-mar tip. Learn the advantages and...

Ryobi 18-Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer Review
The Ryobi 18-Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer with AirStrike Technology uses a 18-volt battery to power the nailer - no cartridges or air compressor needed. Learn more in this woodworking review.

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