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Item 849249
Model 1850GB

GREX - 18ga 2in Nailer Green Buddy


Estimated Ship Date June 17, 2021 check in-store availability
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The 18-gauge brad nailer is the most “go-to” nailer on your bench, in your toolbox or hanging on your wall. But it’s hard to find a decent one these days. Presenting the Green Buddy™, a real game...

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The 18-gauge brad nailer is the most “go-to” nailer on your bench, in your toolbox or hanging on your wall. But it’s hard to find a decent one these days. Presenting the Green Buddy™, a real game changer! From trim carpentry to cabinetmaking, Green Buddy™ will be a differentiator in every field. It’s the solution if you’re looking for control, precision, performance and dependability. Superior internal construction ensures smooth, accurate operation. The one-piece hardened steel driver design is precision machined and works in conjunction with the precision machined, anodized internal cylinder and piston valves for robust performance. This brad nailer also gives the user the options to select between sequential or contact trigger applications.The rear exhaust directs unwanted air away from you and the workpiece. All of these features combine for optimal balance, performance and durability. Applications: Trim and moldings, cabinet assembly, furniture and cabinet finish work, jig fixtures, light wood assembly, planar boxes, paneling, window beading, scribe molding, door and window casings, and picture frame assembly.


• Size 9- 1/2"L x 9- 1/4"H x 2"W

• Weight 2.9 lbs.

• Operating Pressure 70 - 120 PSI

• Fastener Type 18-Gauge Brad Nails; Fastener Range 1/2" - 2"

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Sweet nailer!!

    The absolute best thing about this nailer is the fact that the driver doesn't make a big obnoxious divot in your work piece. Only hole is the size of the nail head! Great power. A little on the expensive side but worth it.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Quality written all over it!

    Love the fact that the driver does not mark the wood! The hole is just as big as the nail head.

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    I found the perfect 18 gauge nailer

    I was looking for an 18 gauge mailer that I could shoot the nail in a precise location I set up some + on a board to begin the test to see I close I could get it to the intersection. In the test I was able to either hit the intersection or just barely off the mark by a 1/16" of an inch. I own another brand that the end of the gun is larger so you can't see where the nail is going to end up. The holes are very small in the wood using Grex 1850 GB vs. the other cheaper 18 gauge brand.

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