Hitachi NT50GS 2" Gas Powered 18-Gauge Straight Finish Nailer (Reconditioned)

Hitachi NT50GS 2" Gas Powered 18-Gauge Straight Finish Nailer (Reconditioned)

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Condition: Grade A
Our Price $219.00
UPC Code: 717709014428

Availability: In stock

Hitachi NT50GS 2" Gas Powered 18-Gauge Straight Finish Nailer (Reconditioned)
Description

Description

This nailer gives you freedom from cumbersome air hoses and compressors, whic saves time in setup and cleanup. It's powered by a gas fuel rod and Lithium Ion battery for complete portability.
Features

Features

Powered by a gas fuel rod and Lithium Ion battery for complete portability Freedom from cumbersome air hose and compressor saves time in setup, during applications and in jobsite clean up Lightweight at only 4 lbs for balance, maneuverability and minimal user fatigue and ideal for overhead and extended use applications Fuel rods can be replenished immediately upon depletion instead of waiting for a compressor cycle Quick clear nose with tool-less jam release for easy maintenance and reduced downtime Double lock fuel compartment latches securely and keeps the fuel rod seated firmly Hitachi's 3.6V Lithium Ion batteries drive up to 2,000 fasteners per charge Finish nailer fuel rods power 1,200 drives each Low battery indicator light alerts the user of battery status to prevent unexpected downtime Patented elastomer handle provides comfort and ensures a secure grip Tool-less depth of drive adjustment for flush drives into various materials 1-Hour AC/DC charger with adapters for charging in standard wall outlets or in the car Detachable no-mar nose cap protects work surfaces from scratches or indentations Variable position hook accommodates either left or right handed users Straight magazine holds 100 18-gauge fasteners in 5/8" to 2" lengths Reload indicator for easy visual recognition of low nail quantities to avoid dry firing
Specifications

Specifications

Fasteners: 16-gauge
Nail Length: 1 - 2-1/2 Inches
Magazine Capacity: 100 (2 strip)
Magazine Type: Rear Loading
Battery Type: Lithium Ion
Voltage: 3.6V
Amp Hours: 1.5Ah
Battery Life: 2,000 drives
Charge Time: 1 hour
Fuel Cell Part Number: 728981
Fuel Cell Life: 1,200 drives
Feeder: Double-actioned
Firing Mode: Single action
Hook: Variable position
Jam Release: Tool-less
Depth of Drive: Tool-less
Dry Fire Lockout: Yes
No Mar Nose Cap: Yes
Charger w/ Wall & Car Adapters: Yes
Length: 10-1/4 Inches
Width: 3-11/32 Inches
Height: 10-15/16 Inches
Weight: 4 Pounds
Includes

Includes

(2) 3.6V HXP Lithium Ion Batteries (326263) AC/DC Charger (UC3SML) Carrying Case (886348) Safety Glasses (875769) No-Mar Tip (886349) 4mm Hex Bar Wrench (944458) 3mm Hex Bar Wrench (943277)
Manuals

Manuals

View FileParts Manual (PDF)    Size: (409.78 KB)Parts Manual (PDF) View FileOwners Manual (PDF)    Size: (7.75 MB)Owners Manual (PDF)
Videos

Product Video

Reviews

Customer Reviews 6 item(s)

Big Sky Tool Reviews
I use these to install trim professionally, and have found them to be the best tool currently available. The performance is similar to a pneumatic tool with the benefit of no compressor or air hose. Unfortunately, they seem to overheat and stop working so it is necessary to have two of these for one person to keep up with another crew member making cuts. I have ordered a different brand that relies solely on lithium-ion battery power instead of the combination of battery and CO2 cartridge offered here. If you order this tool, also get some replacement rubber tips. They are less than $2 each and are easy to lose.
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Review by Steve LeVasseur / (Posted on 6/4/2012)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
Great nailer. Plenty of power. I used it with hard wood and had to turn it down from mas with a 2 " nail. Yet I was able to adjust power down enough to use with foam trim boards. Highly recommended if you want a nailer with no cords.
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Review by Bruce FedewaBruceF / (Posted on 4/23/2011)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
Love it.
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Review by bill cader / (Posted on 4/3/2011)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
nailer failed on first shot,firing pin stays in down position.not very happy.
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Review by doug jamieson / (Posted on 9/22/2010)
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great!
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Review by Ian Fung / (Posted on 6/25/2010)