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08/12/2018 10:57 PM
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DEVILBISS AIR POWERED BRAD NAILER (NEW IN CASE

Age. Less than 10 years old
Composition. Metal
Size. 18 gauge
Rating: 10
Comments. This brad-nailer was made in Taiwan for the DeVibiss Air Power Company and is a model number SHBN4 S1. It has a contact trip safety for rapid delivery, lightweight, rugged all metal body, self – adjusting, easy load hardened aluminum magazine, inside safety increases visibility for exact brad placement, a very fast cycle time even with low-pressure and an exhaustive deflector. The magazine capacity is 100 brads, it has an easy open top for fast servicing and drives 18 – gauge brads into all woods including oak as well as maple. Included is a box of 5/8”, ¾", 1” as well as 1 ¼" brads which appear full or with only a single strip missing. This gun is in good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some minor finish wear, soiling. This lot includes the plastic carry case as well as the manual. Give it a light cleaning and this one’s ready to go to work. A handy addition to your woodshop to help you nail all of those delicate pieces.

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