The RYOBI® 18V ONE+™ System introduces the newest addition to the RYOBI AirStrike™ family of tools – the 18V ONE+™ Angled Finish Nailer. This 15 gauge Angled Finish 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 or at home. Common applications for this tool include installing crown molding, hanging doors, stair treads and exterior trim. Tackle virtually any Finish Job with the capacity to drive up to 750 nails per charge using the P108 4Ah High Capacity LITHIUM+™ battery (sold separately). The AirStrike™ Angled Finish Nailer works with any RYOBI 18V ONE+™ battery (sold separately). The AirStrike™ lineup includes the 18V ONE+™ Brad Nailer (P320), the 18V ONE+™ Narrow Crown Stapler (P360) and 18V ONE+™ Straight Finish Nailer.
- Battery: 18V
- Nail Gauge: 15 Gauge Finish Nails
- Magazine Capacity: 105 Finish Nails
- Nail Length: 1 in. to 2-1/2 in.
- Nails per Charge using P108 Battery: 750
- Fastener Collation: Glue Strip
- Tool Weight: 6.8 lbs.
- P330 Angled Finish Nailer
- (500) 2 in. 15ga Angled Finish Nails
- Belt Clip
- Operator’s Manual
18V ONE+™ AirStrike™ 15GA Angled Finish Nailer
18V ONE+™ AirStrike™ 15GA Angled Finish Nailer is rated out of 5 by 82.
Rated 5 out of 5 by davidjmcclelland from I based my entire cordless buy on Airstrike Many start with a drill/driver or a tool bundle to establish an 18V system to build on. I started with nailers. I needed a finish and brad nailer and was pleasantly surprised to find 18V ones up to 15ga. I am very happy with all the nailers in the Ryobi range and they are consistently rated better than the Yellow and Red brands. I like the fact that it is still pneumatic, light, no kickback. The angled mag allows reach into tight spaces. As for the rest of their system, they are good homeowner level tools priced lower than most other name brand tools.
Date published: 2020-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dave C from Very handy finishing nailer I really like the convenience and power of this nail gun. It's much easier than pulling out my pneumatic gun and compressor. The built in compressor in the gun is very clever and it works great. This is actually my third gun. The first gun jammed often right after I got it so I returned it to the store. The second gun worked fine for a while then the striking pin would stick and I had to drive it back into the gun. The striking pin finally broke. I called Ryobi customer service to explain the problem and they sent out a new one right away. So far this gun is working fine.
Date published: 2019-06-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dave the carpenter from First failing tool from Ryobi, for me! Today I attempted to use this product and it is just not firing. I use the P330 maybe 1x a month if that! the battery is fully charged and all it does is sound like it has the hiccups. The frustrating thing about this is this is the 4th one i have bough in less than 3 years! thats insane! they seem to last for a few months and then just have issues. I just cant call this nailer a good product based on the amount of times I have had issues with it.
Date published: 2019-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ryanorhino from Great nailer! I was given this nailer for my birthday so I could finish putting up trim work with our home remodel. What an awesome tool! I am very impressed with its power and the features it has. I did notice a difference in power with different batteries. For example with a 4ah battery I had to have different settings than if I was using a 9ah battery. The only con I can think of is the weight of it. If you were doing crown moulding, you would run into some hand fatigue quickly holding it up. That con is very outweighed by the pros of this tool.
Date published: 2019-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lady Bee from Gets the Job Done I decided to remove the carpet in my master bedroom and put down laminate flooring. I completed a small closet so figured I would try the room. Upon completing the floor I had to install the quarter round. After reading the reviews and several videos, I chose the ryobi finish nailer and I'm so glad that I did. It's kind of bulky for a woman but I man handled it and my floor looks fantastic. I didn't have a need for a hammer with this mailer. It put the nails just where they need to be. Awesome Finish Nailer!!
Date published: 2020-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Philco from Awesome tool Great finish nailer ,versitile, very easy to handle ,beats dragging air hose ,well built, can take a 6ft drop lol, 4aH battery drives about 800 nails, im currently putting in 2600 ft of 6 & 8 inch V match pine so all of my Ryobi woodworking are being gainfully employed on this project
Date published: 2019-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by IowaRon from Performed Well in Several Projects So Far This is my first cordless nailer and it has been a great experience. My first project was relatively small, a wooden base for a gas fire pit. I used it to trim out and it performed remarkably. I appreciate how quiet the tool is without the overbearing air compressor running. It offered plenty of power and was easy to control the nail depth with the onboard adjustment. I used a 2 AH battery, and albeit my projects have been smaller, the tool never wavered in power. I did have one jam in like 200+ nails, but the mechanism to clear jams was simple. To Ryobi's defense, I did use the cheapest finish nails possible from a discount competitor (HF), so maybe I would not have had this issue with a better quality nail. But still, it performed exceptionally and I am happy with my purchase.
Date published: 2020-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Eriq from Convenient and very handy A few weeks ago I was starting a project where I needed a nailer. I decided to purchase the Ryobi finish nailer, and used it extensively. It is convenient to not have to be attached to an air tank and not have to deal with the noise either. The nailer is very easy to adjust the depth and has enough power to get the job done. A huge bonus is it runs off the batteries that most of my power tools run off of, the Ryobi One system.
Date published: 2019-06-13