Bostitch U/BT200K-2 Industrial 2", 18-Gauge Oil-Free Brad Nailer Kit (Reconditioned)

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Bostitch U/BT200K-2 Industrial 2", 18-Gauge Oil-Free Brad Nailer Kit (Reconditioned)
Price $47.00

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Condition: A
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N New
New tools have never been opened and have never been used. These are brand new tools.
A Reconditioned Grade A
Grade A Tools are restored or rebuilt to factory specifications then fully tested and inspected to make sure they operate properly and safely.  Grade A tools have a cosmetic condition of very good to excellent, having no more than light scratches or other minor blemishes.
C Reconditioned Grade C
Grade C Tools are restored or rebuilt to factory specifications then fully tested and inspected to make sure they operate properly and safely.  Grade C tools will have pronounced cosmetic imperfections.

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A-U/BT200K-2
Manufacturer Part Number: U/BT200K-2

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Offering the industry’s highest power-to-weight ratio, this Bostitch brad nailer kit is easy on the arm but full of user-friendly features to simplify projects from trim work to paneling, staircase installation to crafts. While most pneumatic tools require several drops of oil daily for lubrication, this tool’s oil-free design means less downtime, no more post-job cleanup or nasty messes on stain-grade trim.
Lightweight magnesium housing for jobsite durability Ultra-quiet rear exhaust Oil-free operation prevents stains on workpiece Open nose design for easy jam clearing Over molded rubber comfort grip designed for longer life Includes 1000 fasteners and carrying case Adjustable depth control for quick countersinking adjustments Drives 5/8" - 2" 18-gauge brads
Height: 9-1/2" Length: 10" Width: 2" Weight: 2.1 lbs. Driving Power: 170 inch lbs. Power to Weight Ratio: 81
Brad Nailer Carrying Case Hex Wrench
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Customer Reviews
  1. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    So far, it works great. But the project continues... I do like that it has enough guts to power 2" finishing nails through the baseboards, & into the underlying plaster / brick wall. Ka-Powza, indeed! I think it's a good deal!

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    I was not the air nailer I wanted. It was a cheap tool and I'm not using the tool.

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  3. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Easy to use, saved a ton of time! Thank you

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    great tool for the price

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  5. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Quick delivery in great condition, works properly, no problems at all

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  6. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Excellant kit, the brad nailer performs great and the case keeps it safe and clean. I couldn,t find a better deal anywhere else.

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  7. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    I have used the Brad nailer installing base boards in a room addition. I am extremely pleased with all aspects of the nailer and would recommend it and your business to anyone looking for like merchandise.

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  8. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    sorry, but nails get jammed frequently.

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  9. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Inconsistent nail setting.

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  10. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Excellent tool at a great price. Does exactly what I wanted. Bill Smith

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  11. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Was recieved in excellent condition, for my use it is ideal since it uses several brad lenghts, eliminating the need to carry around more than one nailer. Has worked without fail since recieved, as all the tools I have from you.

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  12. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    works great, good job on the recondition

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  13. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    One nail gun skips ever other nail. The other gun has not been used much. I do not want to waste the postage to send it back since it was so inexpensive in the first place. Sometimes you get what you pay for.

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