- Battery: 18V
- Nail Gauge: 18 Gauge
- Magazine Capacity: 105 Brand Nails
- Nail Range: 5/8" to 2"
- Nails per Charge using P108 Battery: 1700
- Fastener Collation: Glue Strip
- Tool Weight: 5.0 lbs
18V ONE+™ AirStrike™ 18GA Brad Nailer
Model: #P320 | Home Depot Sku #: 632013
The 18V ONE+™ System introduces the next generation in cordless convenience. This 18 gauge brad nailer features AirStrike™ Technology, which eliminates the need for noisy compressors, bulky hoses or expensive gas cartridges. This means faster setup and easier maneuvering on the job site. Tackle virtually any trim job with the capacity to drive up to 1,700 nails per charge using the new and improved P108 4Ah High Capacity LITHIUM+™ battery (sold separately).
The 18V ONE+™ 18GA Cordless Brad Nailer is sold as a bare tool, allowing you to build on your ONE+™ collection without spending additional money on batteries and chargers with each tool purchase. Best of all, like every RYOBI® 18V ONE+™ blue or green tool, this AirStrike Brad Nailer works with any 18V ONE+™ battery. Upgrade to lithium-ion or LITHIUM+™ batteries for lighter weight and better performance.
AirStrike™ Technology provides cordless convenience, eliminating the need for a compressor and bulky air hose
Selectable drive switch with single sequential or contact actuation mode; Single sequential actuation mode is used for precision placement and contact actuated mode
Tool-less depth-of-drive adjustment helps protect work surface and allows proper setting of nail heads, and convenient adjustment dial regulates air pressure for optimum results
Belt hook mounts to right or left side for added convenience
- Grip-Light technology engages LED by grasping the tool handle
- Toolless jam release for easy access to clear nails
- Low nail indicator to quickly and easily see when it is time to re-load
- 2 non-marring pads to keep work surface free of tool marks
All RYOBI 18V ONE+ tools work with all RYOBI 18V ONE+ batteries.
- P320 Brad Nailer
- (500) 1-1/4” 18 Gauge Brad Nails
- Belt Clip
- Operator's Manual
My tool sounds like it is cycling, but it is not actually delivering a nail. What is the problem?
Most likely the air adjustment dial has been turned up too far. Turn the dial back and cycle the tool a few times into scrap material and it should reset.