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Tacwise 50mm Brad Nailer - Air Nail Gun DGN50V

by Tacwise
4.7 out of 5 stars 100 customer reviews
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  • Nail Gun high durability driver blade system
  • Slender nailer with non marking nose
  • Brad nailer incorporating quick release nose plate
  • Use Tacwise 18G Brads, also available in stainless steel Type 180
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Technical Details
Part Number DGN50V
Item Weight2.1 Kg
Product Dimensions32 x 28 x 75 cm
Item model numberDGN50V
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Weight2.1 Kilograms
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Best Sellers Rank 29,786 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.3 Kg
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Date First Available14 Jan. 2012

Product Description

Product Description

Comfortable, fast and lightweight at just 1.2 kg this tool fires type 180/18G nails in sizes 20-50 mm. Incorporates user friendly features such as an ultra quick reloading system, 360 degree adjustable exhaust port, quick release nose plate. The tool also benefits from a depth control adjustment system for precise countersinking. Operates between 60-100 PSI so only a small compressor needed.

Manufacturer's Description

Specified by trade professionals throughout Europe this all Professional Tacwise best seller. Reliable and offering tremendous value. Compact and versatile, it can be bump fired with its contact trip valve. Tacwise is one of the leading worldwide suppliers of air stapling and nailing products with the widest quality range worldwide. This air gun is loaded with features including depth control adjustment for precise countersinking, and a non-marking nose. Perfect for use on beading, display/shop fittings, and door framing. The tool is supplied in a carry case for easy when storing and transporting. Uses 60 – 100 PSI air pressure and will run on a small compressor.

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From the Manufacturer

Tacwise 18G 50mm Electric Nailer Tacwise 18G 32mm Air Nailer Tacwise 18G 50mm Air Nailer Tacwise 16G 64mm Finish Nailer
Fires 18G 20-50mm 18G 10-32mm 18G 20-50mm 16G 20-64mm
Magazine Capacity 100 nails 100 nails 100 nails 100 nails
Tool Weight 2.3 Kg 1.1 Kg 1.2 Kg 1.7 Kg
Supplied in carry case
Might suit you if: You need a professional and powerful dedicated nailing tool You need the comfort and precession of an air tool but only need to fire shorter nails (up to 32mm) You need to perform high speed/volume nailing tasks and have an air compressor You need to use the thicker 16G nail to a longer leg length (64mm)

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The Tacwise DGN50V Brad Air Nailer is a mid-priced compressor-powered nail gun that's a handy tool to have for general DIY projects such as for beading, skirting boards, furniture build and restoration, and for putting together solid wood units and the like.

The nail gun comes in a sturdy hard-plastic carrycase which has been purposefully moulded to carry the nail gun along with a few strips of nails and some lubricating oil.

Loading the nail gun is an absolute doddle. The short instruction manual details how to load the nail strips into the nail gun through a few simple steps. Once loaded and connected to a compressor, the nail gun is basically good to go.

If you've not used a nail gun before it's a good idea to test it out on some scrap wood first so you can familiarise yourself with how to use it. However, in a nutshell it's a simple case of holding the nail gun up against the wood you plan to nail down, apply a light amount of pressure to the topside of the gun to ensure it's firmly against the wood, and then just pull the trigger.

The nail gun can take nails between 20 - 50mm in length, allowing a good flexibility in jobs. It comes with a stack of the 40mm length nails, which are a good length for really securing wood.

After testing the nail gun out on a number of different surfaces it should be noted that it has enough power behind it, even when using a very small 80 PSI compressor, to penetrate (quite old) brick work (I reattached some solid wooden facia that was blown loose from our garage front), hard plaster, and all wood types. With this in mind, the nail gun would be handy for laying skirting board, putting up panelling, or building solid wood structures.
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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
What we have here is a relatively cheap plastic-heavy nailgun, of the compressed-air variety. You will need to provide a compressor of course, you get just the gun. The product description and features are on the Amazon page, so instead of listing them to you, I will tell you how good it has been in use.

You get a set of hex / Allen keys and a small bottle of lubricant inside the plastic blown-molded case. First-time setup was easy, and even a complete novice should be ready to go in a couple of minutes. Instructions were adequate. The trigger was slightly sticky at first, but after a dozen clicks it was fine and you know when it's going to fire. Loading is quick and simple. This is a light unit due to the plastics, and although described as 'pro' it's really at the low-end of air nailguns. You could pay hundreds of pounds for a real Pro unit which would include extra safety and usability improvements which most people would never notice or use.

So with that in mind, how did it handle my rabbit hutches? Softwood is not a great test, but it's what I have to hand. I was able to use it quickly and confidently, the hand-feel was comfortable and stable, and there was little bounce. There was also a nice THUNK from my compressor when firing, it made it sound more potent. (Your well-maintained system may not make such a noise, however.) It was a far quicker job using this gun than the usual mechanical hand-nailer (like a big stapler). I had a jam after 50 nails but that was a compressor problem.

Compared to a 'pro' unit, this is pretty good, certainly usable in 90%+ of situations the DIY will find himself in.

Recommend, fours stars of goodness.
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By Paul VINE VOICE on 5 Jan. 2015
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I've been using the nail gun in a variety of materials and have found it to be very versatile and easy to use. The gun is rated at 60-100 psi and I've found that the pressure only needs to be used at the higher end when nailing into particularly hard woods. The brads/nails that I've used are Tacwise and these provide a very clean finish.

I nailed through 6mm MDPE plastic into soft wood effortlessly - and most importantly the results were consecutive. The grip of the gun is very ergonomic and overall easy & light to hold even after extended periods of use. The gun is equipped with some great features like depth control of the finished nail head, this can be set to fire the nail below the surface by around 1mm, or above the surface by around 1mm (and anywhere in between). If for any reason you need the nail to only tack the materials together temporarily and leave a large amount of nail protruding, allowing it to be removed easily, then the air pressure can be decreased to allow this to happen.

Loading the gun is simple and also allows me to see when the nail cartridge starts to run low via a viewing window, and finally displays red indicators when it becomes empty. I didn't suffer any jammed nails while using the gun, but I found that the nose plate is fitted with a quick release to aid in the unjamming of any caught-up nails should the situation arise. I also found the exhaust could be orientated to blow in any direction making user comfort easy.

While in use, the gun gives very little vibration and remains accurate with no 'bounce'. I also found it can be fired in two different modes as per the user directions.

Overall this gun gave me really good results, firing the brads from 20mm-50mm, and is easy and accurate to use.
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