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Craftsman C3 19.2V Brad Nailer

Item# 00942980000P | Model# FS2000 | Added on November 24, 2013 |
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Simplify DIY Projects Finish up projects and get precise nailing with this Craftsman C3 19.2V brad nailer. Powered by a battery, this cordless nail gun eliminates the need for loud compressors and hoses, while letting you get into tighter spaces easily. This powerful tool can drive 5/8"-2" nails on a single fire with accurate placement and bump fire for fast speed.

  • Single sequential mode and contact mode
  • No need for compressors or hoses
  • Drives 5/8"-2" nails
  • Tool-less jam release
  • 2 LED lights helps illuminate the work surface
  • Tool-less depth-of-drive adjustment for proper setting of nails
  • Low-nail indicator to quickly see when you need to reload
  • 1 belt hook included
  • Battery and charger sold separately
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By CraftsmanC3Fan
March 9th, 2014
Great power, Doesn't Jam

I have been searching for a decent brad nailer for some time. I have had a collection of corded nailers from various companies all with the same core issues: Constant jamming, not powerful enough to sink the nail, or won't last (some less than a year). However, this brad nailer has power. I don't have any issues flush sinking nails, through anything. It doesn't jam, but if it does, I don't have to get out a screw driver, and a bunch of special tools to fix it. The front un-clips with a heavy duty clip allowing you to clear a potential jam quickly and efficiently. This nailer is built to last. From the moment you pick it up, you can tell it is built sturdy. Especially compared to my past nailers, Plus the added features like the dual LED lights, and two separate adjustments really make it a great buy. I bought several of the $60 to $80 nailers and they didn't work. I'm so glad spent the extra money and got this one instead. It is definitely worth it.

17 found this review helpful
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By PaulLustig
June 16th, 2016
Brad nailer just goes pfffft

Bought one 18 months ago and it worked great for about 3 months and then just went pfffft when firing. Returned it for another one. It, too worked great for a month and it started going pfffft all too often to be dependable. Never jammed - just wouldn't shoot. Warranty was used and now am considering maybe another brand.

8 found this review helpful
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Not a review because I have been trying to get this braid nailer for some time now. I have tried to order in different ways , but for some reason know one can seem to be able to ship it ..

May 28th via sears.com
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MikeWeber1988
have it

just what i needed

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works perfect for trim and other projects

March 20th via sears.com
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