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[Home Depot] YMMV - Dewalt 6 Gal Compressor Kit With 18G Brad Nailer $249 at Home Depot Calgary

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[Home Depot] YMMV - Dewalt 6 Gal Compressor Kit With 18G Brad Nailer $249 at Home Depot Calgary

Just saw this special buy at homedepot. Not sure it's a good deal? You may want to check out.
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ironman21 wrote: Just saw this special buy at homedepot. Not sure it's a good deal? You may want to check out.
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Seen it at Amazon.ca for 189 $ last month
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With cell phone not sure how to edit the post. Location is Calgary. Price 249.
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ironman21 wrote: With cell phone not sure how to edit the post. Location is Calgary. Price 249.
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just picked up Hyundai 4 Gal. Portable Electric Air Compressor With Air Hose And Kit from walmart for $98.50 its no Dewalt but not bad for under 100 the one at walmart also has a 18G Brad Nailer

http://www.hyundaipower.ca/hhc4gnk.php
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goes regularly on sale at amazon for $199
at least it did last year.
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tatung wrote: Is that good or bad?
Depends on ur use. If you plan to use it to for light tools then ur fine. I try to look for 4.0 at 90 for better coverage of tools useage(i.e removing stubborn lug nuts) just my opinion though, I don't own one yet so others may speak better to it.
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Superman_2099 wrote: I’m looking for a nail gun but I’m so new to this I’m not sure 16 vs 18.

I picked up a ridgid hyperdrive R09892K. It’s a 18V battery powered 16 gauge kit.
Got it at Hd for $250 plus tax.
Here is link. https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.hype ... 28865.html

Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated
I don't know much but what are you looking to do? If it were me I would spend that money on an aircompressor and an air nail gun. Then you can at least use it to fill tires, and do other things.
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tatung wrote: I don't know much but what are you looking to do? If it were me I would spend that money on an aircompressor and an air nail gun. Then you can at least use it to fill tires, and do other things.
It was an impulse buy. Family has a dewalt air compressor with gun, but it is massive. I was going to use it for trim, baseboard and crown molding. At least that is all I can think of now. It was the size of the tool and ability to put it in a bag vs lug around a huge compressor.
But you’re right, Multi purpose may be a good idea. In that case I may just borrow the families
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Dealchaser007 wrote: FYI it's 2.6 SCFM delivered at 90 PSI
tatung wrote: Is that good or bad?
IMO, not great. As someone else said, also look for at least 4.0 cfm @ 90. For trim nailing, like the gun included it'll be fine. If you want to use other tools, you may find that you are using your air up pretty quickly with less than stellar power.

Just to give you an idea of typical requirements.
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Yeah these 2cfm are fine unless you do your own car work but honestly why bother buying this air set when you need a torque wrench anyways and have a 12v air compressor that plugs in.

If i were in the market for a nailer I would just buy those battery powered ones instead.

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