One day, I needed a brad nailer stapler and buy a Airy because it is less expensive and I heard it would be ‘good enough’. I’m sure the sticker on this one said AMT-6232S though a Google search to see the nailer with different numbers as ATA 0232S. I can shoot 18 gauge brads or staples and do often enough flexibility with this Airy pneumatic nailer.
Airy 18 Gauge Brad Nailer Stapler
- 18 Gauge Nail / Staple Kit (2-in-1)
- Staple: Crown (5.7mm) Length (16-28mm)
- Nail: Length (16-28mm)
- Max 95 PSI / 7BAR
I have owned and used the Airy nailer for more than 10 years and it still works fine. I have used it extensively. Install pieces cut thin, mesh stapled to the frame, stapling 1/4 “backing out of cabinets and more. It is a versatile tool that accepts either staples or brads. I bring a case to box of staples in 5/8 “and 1” and brads in 16mm, 3/4 “and 1”. More often than not, this is cool brad nailer in the toolbox and my truck in lot years as a carpenter subcontractors I put this nailer test day after day and it has not failed yet.
Overall Review About Best Brad Nailer Stapler
I pinched my finger in the double trigger enough but my Airy Brad Nailer has been a good tool with just a few drops of oil no maintenance for more than ten years. From freezing to scorching hot, it never failed to shoot brads and staples. I can not even recall ever jamming nail guns that seemed special. If I could read through the reviews I came across so far, I want to buy nailers together again. I’m sure this is a storage engine. I expect my Airy 18-gauge brad nailer to keep shooting for a better time.