• (1) 20 Degree Framing Nailer
• Power to Nail Engineered Lumbers
• Fires 3 Nails Per Second
• No Consumable Gas Cartridge Required - M18 Battery Only
• REDLITHIUM battery technology: superior pack construction, electronics and performance deliver more work per charge and more work over pack life than any battery on the market
• REDLINK PLUS intelligence: provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger
• POWERSTATE Brushless Motor delivers longer life and higher performance
• Pivoting Rafter Hook
• Belt Hook
• Tool Free Drive Depth Adjustment
• On Board Hex Key Storage
• No-Mar Tip Cover
• On/Off Power Button
• Sequential and Contact Actuation Firing Modes
• Accessory Extended Capacity Available Separately
• Product Length: 14.1"
• Product Height: 15.2"
• Product Width: 4.7"
• Product Weight: 9.6 lbs
The MILWAUKEE® M18 FUEL™ 21 Degree Framing Nailer sets the new standard for cordless framing nailers. The nitrogen spring mechanism, POWERSTATE™ brushless motor, and REDLINK™ Intelligence delivers pneumatic performance and cordless convenience. The framing nailer can sink full round head nails into dense engineered lumber to tackle the most demanding framing applications. To increase productivity and efficiency, the framing nailer fires 3 nails per second with zero ramp-up time, firing a nail as soon as the trigger is pulled. The cordless framing nailer uses only Milwaukee's REDLITHIUM™ Batteries (not included) and sealed compressed nitrogen to drive each nail, eliminating the cost of gas cartridges and associated maintenance. The M18 FUEL™ 21 Degree Framing Nailer delivers pneumatic performance and durability that professional carpenters and remodelers expect, without the hassle of a compressor and hose or gas cartridge.
I think this is so much better than an air tool. It works just as good with no compressor or air hose to drag around. The only issue is the weight of it, I recommend using a 2.0 or 3.0 battery with it.
Love it great toll better then I figured but milwaukee always is,,, craftsman and dewalt and all others suck lately so there ya go milwaukee all the way
Fast, smooth. Battery lasts well, well balanced but fairly heavy.
Great tool all around, just as fast as the paslode and you don�t have the expensive unreliable fuel tubes to put in the tool. I was going through a minimal of 2 tubes a day while framing at $14 a tube. Now I can run all day with a battery and still have charge compared to the other 2-3 battery changes a day for the paslode.
I use nail guns on a daily basis in the carpenters union and i really like the Milwaukee a few this i dis liked were the clip size it can only hold 1 rack of nails and the clip to hang off my belt it seem to be in a spot where the gun wants to fall