Tired of handling multiple tools of nailing? Getting injured while using primitive tools? Bothered by the cord of the nailer machine in this wireless era? Not getting the right combination of air pressure and nail depth?
Say no more. Ryobi P320 Airstrike 18 Volt One+ can be the package solution you have been so badly looking for. Here is a Ryobi P320 review that might come handy in making your choice. Keep reading to get a general overview of everything you need to know about this fairly priced product.
Ryobi P320 Review
Loading the Gun
Ryobi P320 Brad Nailer is for using 18-gauge nails. Simply open the magazine to load nails and close it back until you hear the ‘click.’ Regulate air pressure and nail depth by moving the dials to get the perfect optimization for getting your job done.
If you need to shoot one nail at a time, just use the switch to set single-nail mode. Press the trigger once for each nail. In case of heavy amount work within a short period of time, activate the multiple-nail mode with the same switch. Keep the trigger pressed and fire a nail every time you press the gun against the brad.
Let There be Light
What about the pair of shiny LED lights? They indicate whether the gun is being used or not and turns off after 10 seconds of non-use. That’s not all. The best part is that they function as a low-nail indicator so that you know easily and quickly when it is time to reload.
The gun is highly expected to function without any major issue of getting jammed. However, culminated debris may cause it to jam after a certain amount of work. In that case, remove the battery, open the back part of the barrel, clear the debris, close it back, and you are ready to go again!
Charge and Battery
Ryobi P320 cordless brad nailer relieves you of the bulky compressor, tangling hoses, and pricey gas cartridges. We think it outweighs the minor inconvenience of buying the battery separately. Moreover, a huge round of 1500-1700 nails per charge is something you don’t want to trade for anything.
Handling Ryobi P320 is so easy not only because of its all-in-one functionality but also because of its smooth design. Unless you put the metal belt facing down, the gun lies flat on the surface as only its main body touches the ground. Place it easily in your toolbox and close the lid. Or, hide it anywhere else without the risk of it being found out by your kid.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the number to Ryobi helpline in case of queries?
To file complaints, ask for queries, and order replacement parts, call RYOBI Customer Service.
Which brand of battery fits it?
The only battery that will fit is the 18V Ryobi battery.
Will this work for nailing Mahogany baseboard?
Yes, definitely. It also works excellently on hardwoods like oak and maple.
Will it work with 16D framing nails?
No, it will not. It only works with 18-gauge straight brads.
Which brand of nails does it use?
The brand of nails does not matter.
Will this work with exterior wood shingles?
No. Shingles need more holding power across the shingle than what a brad would provide.
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Hope the Ryobi P320 review helps you next time when you are pushing carts through the aisles of your local market or browsing pages of online shops to buy a brad nailer.