Our Top Choice
Hitachi Gas Strip Nailer
Hitachi is committed to providing the world with technologically advanced tools to make work easier. The Hitachi NR90GR2 is very fast as it operates at an incredible 2 nails per second!
Extremely lightweight, yet very powerful. Easy to use and control. Comfortable grip.
A bit noisy. Short battery lifespan.
32 – 35 nails
Porter-Cable 20V MAX Nail Gun
Porter-Cable is no stranger to the world of nail guns. The 20V MAX Brad Nail Gun features a lightweight design, user comfort, and immense power.
Lightweight and ergonomic design. Longer battery runtime.
Cannot handle intricate jobs.
DeWalt 20V MAX Nailer
DeWalt is known for making tools with usability and maneuverability in mind. Their 20V Nailer is ready to fasten baseboards or crown molding.
Lightweight. Long battery life. Multi-functional lights.
A bit pricey because of the quality.
Bostitch Coil Roofing Nailer
Bostitch is a global brand whose power tools have been used for decades. The Bostitch Coil Roofing Nailer is made with an aluminum housing for durability and portability.
Easy to use. Lightweight. Powerful.
Can sometimes fire doubles if not held firmly.
Wen Flooring Nail Gun
Wen’s goal is to help woodworkers across the globe complete their jobs fantastically. The Wen 3-in-1 Flooring Nailer can drive L and T cleats, including staples.
Drives three types of fasteners. Affordable. Comfortable grip.
Not a lot of operating pressure (up to 100 psi).
100 L or T-cleats; 120 staples