Specifications & Dimensions
|Weight - Battery Installed (lbs):||6.5|
|Weight - Excluding Battery (lbs):||5.5|
|Adjustable Depth Control:||Yes|
|Package Contents:||Nailer, (500) Nails, Belt Clip, and operators manual|
|Number of Batteries Included:||None|
|Number of Batteries Required:||1|
|Included with Item:|
|Battery Included:||Battery Not Included|
|Fastener Length:||5/8 in., 3/4 in., 1-3/4 in., 1-1/4 in., 2 in.|
|Tool Gauge Capacity:||18 ga.|
|Battery Type:||Lithium ion|
|Charge Time (Hrs.):||1|
Ratings & Reviews
The Craftsman C3 Brad Nailer is the latest addition to the C3 platform. This cordless nail gun eliminates the need for loud compressors and hoses. It can drive a 5/8" - 2" nail on single fire for accurate placement and bump fire for fast production speed. Battery and charger sold separately
- Two Modes: Single sequential or contact mode
- Tool-less jam release
- 2 LED lights helps illuminate the work surface
- Tool less depth-of-drive adjustment for proper setting of nails
- Low nail indicator to quickly see when you need to reload
- One belt hook included. it can be placed on the left or right side of the tool
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on November 22, 2013
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Most Helpful Reviews
I purchased this for installing baseboards in my wall. It works with my existing battery. Performs awesome if used correctly. very small nail hole - no other marks left on the wood. I love it.
I own four 18 gauge pneumatic nailers and they all work well but dragging out the compressor to drive a few nails is a pain in the ****. There are a few battery operated nailers on the market and while deciding which one to buy I stumbled across this Craftsman C3 nailer. I've been using C3 tools for over five years and love them so buying this nailer was a no brainer. It works great!
So far works well, little heavy will the larger battery, use the smaller Craftsman C3 19.2 volt lithium and that is easier on over the head nailing
This tool has truly changed my whole view of a nail gun and where I just it. Until now, my world was typical with a compressor gun: - Is this task worth all the work to setup the air gun? It had better be big or it's not worth it! - If yes, then, close the air valve on my compressor tank - turn on the compressor - unravel the hose and attach it to the compressor tank - unpack the air gun and attach it to the hose - wait 5 minutes for the tank to get up to pressure - use the gun for 5 minutes to 5 hours - when finished, turn off the compressor - open the air release valve (get the moisture out to avoid rusting) - coil up the hose and put it and the compressor away - put the gun away In my new world, I just it for any nailing task (that can use 18 gauge nails). My simple steps are: - throw a C3 19.2v battery into the gun - use the gun (hey, I really like the LED light on my work!) - take the battery off the gun that's it! Obviously, you need a job that will work with 18 gauge nails - the gun won't take 16 gauge nails or larger, but there a ton of things I can use this gun with! Two improvement needs: - it needs some sort of additional safety lock: with a battery in it, it's always hot to shoot (yes, you have to press the gun into the surface, just like you always had to do) - it just seems unsafe with kids around. Call me nervous (have you met my grandkids???) My simple solution - I store the gun way above a kid's reach and I never leave a battery in the gun. Now I can sleep at night! - a 16 gauge gun would be nice (yes, I'm greedy!) I've literally put in hundreds of nails on one lithium charge... At Christmas, they've had awesome sales on this! The safety lock thing I talked about is the only thing keeping this from 5 stars in my mind.