Product Description:

DeWalt XRP DC618K use compact and portable framing nailer, you can drive a nail to nail every second year. Unlike other pneumatic framing nailer reviews, you will not need to buy a compressor to drive a nail gun, and you will not have trouble of lugging around and gas pipes. It’s a good framework for carpenters nail decorations, cabinets, hardwood floors and light wood so it. To suit the limited space it has an arrow tip and an angled magazine. It has an integrated LED lights to avoid problems in a dark place. It has two types o The system works –

* Sequential: it is for a nailed-by-one.

* Bump fire: it gives you high-speed continuous crucifixion for your work faster.

This framing nailer provides 18 volt rechargeable battery compartment and finish nails 16 languages easily.

Weight and size

This framing nailer is not too much weighs just 8.5 pounds of it, and the size is 12.5 × 4.8 inch nails are good for small spaces.

Depth adjustment

Its precision electronic depth adjustment. A 6 position dial option allows you to select a predetermined depth and switch between projects, except for the need to manually adjust how the nail drive faster. 1-6 Strip, clearing jammed a swing nosepieces.

Energy source

  • It comes with a 18-volt rechargeable battery, with battery fully charged in an hour.
  • You can drive 5,000 nails in a time full charge.


This framing nailer comes with a 20 degree angled magazine. rear load magazine will allow you to download the style provides the flexibility to compromise with the end-user preferences. The magazine can hold up to 120 nails and will accept DEWALT and PASLODE 20 degrees nails.


Dewalt DC618K comes with a charger included cases, straps can be reversed, safety glass.


  • Lightweight and easy to use in small spaces.
  • Nailer 16 languages with 6 position dial to quickly select a predetermined set depth.
  • LED system for your project exactly in the dark.
  • 90 day money back guarantee, 2 years free service and warranty battery 1 year free service contract for 3 years.
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