|Depth of Drive:||Tool-Less|
|Dry Fire Lockout:||Yes|
|Fastener Collation:||Adhesive Collated|
|Fastener Length:||5/8-in - 2-in|
|Fastener Type:||Brad Nails|
|Firing Mode:||Contact or Sequential Actuation|
|Fitting Type:||1/4-in NPT|
|Magazine Type:||Side Loading|
|Operating Range:||60 - 120 PSI|
|Shipping Weight:||7.3 lbs.|
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Reviewed by 14 customers
I was excited about the possibilities of these new nailers so I bought both the 18 and 16 gauge nailers. Neither is capable of sinking nails completely. I tried increasing the air pressure to nearly 120 psi, tried different compressors and even switched hoses. Thanks goodness I tested them before using them on finished work! I am so disappointed with both purchases and can't believe unproven and unreliable technology is being released. Frustrated to have to send both back. Buy another brand.
Once again Bosh doesn't let me down on quality. I am a homeowner that repairs and make my own wood products. I stay with buying Bosch products because I have yet to turn one in for repairs. I have a lot of Bosch tools too. I hope too never have to replace them.
used to mount molding
Love Bosch tools to work with they beed belt sander
Very well designed for finish work.
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Q:I am just starting out so bear with me. What type of bosch nailer should I get to install 4" crown molding?
A:There are two nailers recommended for use on crown molding. Models: FNS250-16-16gauge 2-1/2" straight finish nailer, or FNA250-15 - 15gauge angled finish nailer.
|Includes:||18 Gauge 2-in Brad Nailer - BNS200-18,
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|18 Gauge 2-in Brad Nailer - BNS200-18-RT,
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|Warranty:||1 Year Limited||1 Year Limited|
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