Husky HBR50 18g 2" Brad Nailer (Reconditioned)

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Husky HBR50 18g 2" Brad Nailer (Reconditioned)
Price $48.30

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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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Big Sky SKU
A-HBR50
Manufacturer Part Number: HBR50
This Husky Pneumatic 18-Gauge Strip Brad Nailer accepts 3/8 - 2 in. brads and is great for working on trim, finish, furniture, cabinetry and crafts. This nailer is made of die-cast aluminum and features a 1-piece steel drive blade. The oil-free operation eliminates the risk of staining a project while a dust cap and internal air filter keep the tool free of debris. A padded grip ensures comfortable operation. The anodized aluminum cylinder and magazine provides extra durability.
  • 360-degree adjustable exhaust 
  • Anodized aluminum cylinder and magazine 
  • Air filter/anti-dust cap from clean internal operation 
  • One piece driver blade Reversible belt hook 
  • Teflon O-rings Double spring magazine 
  • Oil, goggles and wrenches included
  • Air Tool Type - Air Nailer 
  • Assembled Depth - 2.1 in 
  • Assembled Height - 9.6 in 
  • Assembled Width - 9.4 in 
  • Compressor/Air Tool Features - Adjustable Exhaust Port,Fastener Depth Control 
  • Cordless/Corded - Cordless 
  • Energy Type - Pneumatic 
  • Loading type - Strip 
  • Maximum Fastener Size - 3/8 in 
  • Maximum fastener size - .375 in 
  • Minimum Fastener Size - 2 in 
  • Minimum fastener size - 2 
  • Nail Gauge - 18 
  • Nailgun Angle - 0
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Customer Reviews
  1. Very easy to like Brad nailer.
    Easy to load, easy to use, very handy and maneuverable, it has been a great addition to the stable.

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  2. Great nailer
    Nice nailer. Like it much better than my porter cable which didn't set nails about half the time.

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  3. Quality product Outstanding customer care
    Excellent 18G nailer, works perfectly no hang up and the price is about the best in the business. Service is outstanding. FEDEX lost my shipment and BigSky sent me another tool while FEDEX evaluated the loss.

    Outstanding company

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  4. Good performer, good value
    This nailer is replacing an older one that has a leak and has begun to regularly jam. The Husky looked great right out of the box. It also worked perfectly the first time even with shorter nails which always jammed in my older nailer. I also like having an adjustable (no tool) depth selector.The husky nailer just has a good feel and balance. So Far very happy with this nailer.

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  5. Real nice nailer for the money. Does the job. No problems
    Great 18 guage nailer. Arrived in perfect condition, looks like it was never used. No wear marks at all. Have only used it one day doing trim work. No jams, easy to use.

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  6. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    What a great little tool this one is. Just what I was looking for. Compact, lightweight and powerful. Plus, the price was right. Not a single misfire yet, after 5 racks of brads. Expected more cosmetic dings, but this is a good looking tool. Wouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger on this one again. Love the Husky tool line!

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  7. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Works great. I also have a Hitachi 18g brad nailer to compare this to. Unlike the Hitachi, this Husky model has not jammed on me at all and has no problem driving the brads all the way in.

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