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The Porter-Cable PIN138 pin nailer uses 23 gal. Headless and slight head pin nails from 5/8 In. to 1-3/8 In. length. It has a long life, maintenance free motor to keep from staining the work surface. It has consistent power and penetration to sink 1-3/8 In. nail sub-flush into oak. It has a rear exhaust to keep contaminates away from work surfaces. It also incorporates a dry-fire lock-out that alerts user to re-load nails and eliminates empty nail holes. It has a narrow nose design with a removable non-marring nose tip with on tool storage space. The tool automatically adjusts for different fastener lengths for easier loading and less problems with pins out of spec. It has a convenient side-load magazine that holds 130 micro pin nails, and a reversible belt clip to keep tool close to user. It also has an integrated rubber grip for improved comfort. Includes: nailer, 2000 pin nails of 3/4
Product Title: PORTER CABLE 23 Gauge, 1-3/8 in. Pin Nailer
Manufacturer: PORTER CABLE
Power Score: 4.9 | 10 Reviews
Parent Retsku: B0049ZBOUM
Product Reviews (10)
This pin nailer is powerful and easy to use. The double trigger safety is much better than my old unit's (not a P-C) contact feeler that always got in the way. The P-C's nose gets into the tightest places and it easily countersinks 1 3/8" slight head and straight pins.
By Bubblehog on Home Depot - May 4, 2013
so far so good
Used it to install some molding. If the molding is thick enough it holds it pretty well. Should make it easy to take off in the future without damage. Holes are so small I think I will be able to prime and paint with no filler.
By artco on Home Depot - Apr 11, 2013
PORTER CABLE pin138 NAILER
Great performance from a small nailer. Nailer was able to drive pins through 3/4" thick hard maple without a problem.
By DEZign on Home Depot - Mar 29, 2013
Perfect for finish carpentry!
Light weight and easy to use. Super small holes make for easy fill and staining!
By RaeRaeRand on Home Depot - Mar 19, 2013
Met my expectations
I make a lot of picture frames for my own artwork and for the last ten years have used a PC brad nailer and wood glue to hold them together. I wanted to try the pin nailer since it makes a smaller hole in the wood. So far I am pleased with this nailer though I have not yet used the 1 3/8-inch pins yet. I've used the shorter pins on both poplar and red oak and they recess well. One of the things I...
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I make a lot of picture frames for my own artwork and for the last ten years have used a PC brad nailer and wood glue to hold them together. I wanted to try the pin nailer since it makes a smaller hole in the wood. So far I am pleased with this nailer though I have not yet used the 1 3/8-inch pins yet. I've used the shorter pins on both poplar and red oak and they recess well. One of the things I am pleased about is not having to use oil with this nailer. And I think it's a great value when compared to other name brands. There are cheaper pin nailers out there but I wanted one I could depend on and could get parts for.
By gkstlmo on Home Depot - Jan 29, 2013