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  • #31
    Originally posted by ridgidnj View Post
    Where did you hear this? What gauge nailer?
    15 Gauge angled 18v with ryobi tech, someone told me they have already seen it!

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    • #32
      Originally posted by pesciwasp View Post

      15 Gauge angled 18v with ryobi tech, someone told me they have already seen it!

      16ga brushless finish nailer and 18ga brushless brad nailer. Finish nailer is straight at least from what I saw.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by mdm View Post


        16ga brushless finish nailer and 18ga brushless brad nailer. Finish nailer is straight at least from what I saw.
        so your saying you saw the new RIDGID 18v nailers? confused why ryobi trumps RIDGID all the time. Ryobi has the 15 gauge angled 18v nailer coming out soon
        Ryobi 18V One+ Airstrike Angled Finish Nailer

        [LIST][*]Model: P330[*]Nail Gauge: 15 gauge finish nails[*]Capacity: 105 finish nails[*]Nail Length Range: 1″

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        • #34
          I saw a picture of the finish nailer. No pic of the brad nailer though. I'm guessing it's a rebodied Ryobi With a new motor.

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          • #35
            New nailers are on Home Depot's website.

            http://m.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-16-G...92B/205929974/

            http://m.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-18-G...90B/205929956/

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            • #36
              Yikes, $269, and $229 bare tools, i guess brushless is expensive!!

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              • #37
                Cordless band saw is a good idea bigscore, I like it. A small one like the Milwaukee would
                be great. This is another tool for a dual power option.

                An AC/DC band saw would be great, AC when you are working on one spot and making a
                number of cuts, then the option to switch to battery power when you have to make a couple
                cuts in place. Safer too because no cord dragging behind you or up on the ladder to get tangled
                up on something or wrapped around your leg or whatever.
                "It's a table saw, do you know where your fingers are?" Bob D. 2006

                https://www.youtube.com/user/PowerToolInstitute

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                1/20/2017 - The Beginning of a new Error

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                • #38
                  3/8 impact wrenches have Milwaukee in those 12v and 18v, 3/8 ratchet also Milwaukee, 1/2 compact 12v drill also Milwaukee space constraints have a 3/8 ridgid but some specialty bits are 1/2, a large led light to cover large areas ryobi, a fan ryobi, stick light Milwaukee, higher torque 1/2 impact for truck wheels Milwaukee that's pretty much what everyone in my shop has so the customers are there just missing the tools for the job

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