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Ryobi ONE+ 16 G AirStrike Nailer, 18V (Body Only) £159.98 @ Amazon
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Ryobi ONE+ 16 G AirStrike Nailer, 18V (Body Only) £159.98 @ Amazon

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Posted 7th Mar

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Usually around 200 - 230 GBP , recently the price went down all over the market . Solid piece of kit especially for garden & outdoor woodworking
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lollypoplee07/03/2020 12:21

Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper …Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper pipe on my landing and flooded downstairs. 2 weeks later i put 3 nails through my sisters pipes and had to rip her kitchen ceiling down to access the pipes as she had paid a fortune for fitted wardrobes in the bedroom above !Needless to say i sold the nail gun shortly afterwards Just thought i would share that little story with the HUKD's community


So you fired nails straight through floors straight into pipes without checking locations. 10 times in 2 properties.
I'm not sure it's the tool that's dangerous.
morrig07/03/2020 18:25

Nearly anything can be dangerous in the wrong hands.So when a tool uses a … Nearly anything can be dangerous in the wrong hands.So when a tool uses a tool, it's a dead cert!


Theres always someone who has to go over the top and start trying to be clever and personal.
Ive been having a laugh with everyone on here at my expense, but now you are taking it to another level.
Im now a fully qualified 18th edition electrician so wouldn't class myself as a tool.
It was 17 years ago.
No hard feelings mate but try to think before you post.
Cheers
fireman107/03/2020 12:41

So you fired nails straight through floors straight into pipes without …So you fired nails straight through floors straight into pipes without checking locations. 10 times in 2 properties. I'm not sure it's the tool that's dangerous.


Completely agree 100% mate
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Good price for the 16g.
Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper pipe on my landing and flooded downstairs.
2 weeks later i put 3 nails through my sisters pipes and had to rip her kitchen ceiling down to access the pipes as she had paid a fortune for fitted wardrobes in the bedroom above !
Needless to say i sold the nail gun shortly afterwards

Just thought i would share that little story with the HUKD's community
lollypoplee07/03/2020 12:21

Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper …Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper pipe on my landing and flooded downstairs. 2 weeks later i put 3 nails through my sisters pipes and had to rip her kitchen ceiling down to access the pipes as she had paid a fortune for fitted wardrobes in the bedroom above !Needless to say i sold the nail gun shortly afterwards Just thought i would share that little story with the HUKD's community


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lollypoplee07/03/2020 12:21

Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper …Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper pipe on my landing and flooded downstairs. 2 weeks later i put 3 nails through my sisters pipes and had to rip her kitchen ceiling down to access the pipes as she had paid a fortune for fitted wardrobes in the bedroom above !Needless to say i sold the nail gun shortly afterwards Just thought i would share that little story with the HUKD's community


In all fairness if you don't know where you were firing the nails you should've probably used a pipe finder to be sure. It seems like you were firing blind which in all fairness sounds like you were lucky you didn't hit live wires.
lollypoplee07/03/2020 12:21

Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper …Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper pipe on my landing and flooded downstairs. 2 weeks later i put 3 nails through my sisters pipes and had to rip her kitchen ceiling down to access the pipes as she had paid a fortune for fitted wardrobes in the bedroom above !Needless to say i sold the nail gun shortly afterwards Just thought i would share that little story with the HUKD's community


So you fired nails straight through floors straight into pipes without checking locations. 10 times in 2 properties.
I'm not sure it's the tool that's dangerous.
Planter107/03/2020 12:37

In all fairness if you don't know where you were firing the nails you …In all fairness if you don't know where you were firing the nails you should've probably used a pipe finder to be sure. It seems like you were firing blind which in all fairness sounds like you were lucky you didn't hit live wires.


In my home where i put 7 nails through 1 pipe it was a brand new house at the time and the plumber hadn't chopped anough out of the joist below the floorboards to allow the pipe to fit into, resulting in the floorboards resting on the pipe and shoving the floorboards up slightly !
I should have known better but in my defence there were no radiators anywhere close
fireman107/03/2020 12:41

So you fired nails straight through floors straight into pipes without …So you fired nails straight through floors straight into pipes without checking locations. 10 times in 2 properties. I'm not sure it's the tool that's dangerous.


Completely agree 100% mate
Obviously you have to do some sort of due diligence on where water pipes and electrical cables are in the area. But even then I have access to three different brands of wall detectors and I use at the very least two of them when planing where to drill. Can’t be too careful
I recently purchased the 18g as I needed a bit slimmer nails. Got it for 129 on a recent eBay code. Really impressed with it so far.
I have a few Makita 18v tools and chanced my arm with a battery adapter off of Amazon. So far, so good. All in all much cheaper than the Makita offering and more than enough for me. Cheers Si
These are brilliant. They were 142 on eBay a few weeks back
Edited by: "gluebicep" 7th Mar
Would appreciate a bit of advice on 16ga vs 18ga since I've never used one - will be using it for garden fencing/trellising, some floorboard replacement work (22mm Victorian) plus some architrave work around the house. Will the 18ga be too heavy duty for this? Cheers
d8smt07/03/2020 14:29

Would appreciate a bit of advice on 16ga vs 18ga since I've never used one …Would appreciate a bit of advice on 16ga vs 18ga since I've never used one - will be using it for garden fencing/trellising, some floorboard replacement work (22mm Victorian) plus some architrave work around the house. Will the 18ga be too heavy duty for this? Cheers


The gauge number is nails per inch. You can fit more 18 g in per inch therefore they are slimmer than 16g. You will need a more substantial nail for your usage. 16g might not be enough, you might need a finish nail gun. Or a hammer and nails!
Had one of these since May 2019, great while it worked, then it stopped, and now I have a heavy bright green paperweight. Be warned, these are cheap for a reason.
That’s a good point. What sort of ryobi warranty do you get on this tool?
lollypoplee07/03/2020 12:21

Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper …Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper pipe on my landing and flooded downstairs. 2 weeks later i put 3 nails through my sisters pipes and had to rip her kitchen ceiling down to access the pipes as she had paid a fortune for fitted wardrobes in the bedroom above !Needless to say i sold the nail gun shortly afterwards Just thought i would share that little story with the HUKD's community



Nearly anything can be dangerous in the wrong hands.So when a tool uses a tool, it's a dead cert!
morrig07/03/2020 18:25

Nearly anything can be dangerous in the wrong hands.So when a tool uses a … Nearly anything can be dangerous in the wrong hands.So when a tool uses a tool, it's a dead cert!


Theres always someone who has to go over the top and start trying to be clever and personal.
Ive been having a laugh with everyone on here at my expense, but now you are taking it to another level.
Im now a fully qualified 18th edition electrician so wouldn't class myself as a tool.
It was 17 years ago.
No hard feelings mate but try to think before you post.
Cheers
MR_ESS07/03/2020 16:23

Had one of these since May 2019, great while it worked, then it stopped, …Had one of these since May 2019, great while it worked, then it stopped, and now I have a heavy bright green paperweight. Be warned, these are cheap for a reason.


Warranty? 2 years as standard and normally 3 years if you register your Ryobi tool on their website.
lollypoplee07/03/2020 12:21

Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper …Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper pipe on my landing and flooded downstairs. 2 weeks later i put 3 nails through my sisters pipes and had to rip her kitchen ceiling down to access the pipes as she had paid a fortune for fitted wardrobes in the bedroom above !Needless to say i sold the nail gun shortly afterwards Just thought i would share that little story with the HUKD's community


Man that was incredibly stupid of you (needlessly so) how did you not learn from your first debacle to do the same sort of thing twice, ...& how was your relationship with your sister? ..who paid for that utter fubar!? 😳 ..why did you not lift & check / mark board pinning locations, ..y'know houses built to code are never the same across an estate, so no chances ever taken (naff sheets of board don't help compared to proper planking, for locating & laying, however... ) was it just keen news to play with the new you overrode every screaming fibre of common sense in your body in that one / two instances dumb stuff happened?

Nb, list these are great I've had a paslode im250 for 16 years!? ..but they need regular servicing & strict maintenance which you need to make time for, much like maintai ing a chainsaw ..or it ain't worth ____!
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 8th Mar
MR_ESS07/03/2020 16:23

Had one of these since May 2019, great while it worked, then it stopped, …Had one of these since May 2019, great while it worked, then it stopped, and now I have a heavy bright green paperweight. Be warned, these are cheap for a reason.


So still in warranty then. So the reason you haven't simply had it replaced is?
morrig07/03/2020 18:25

Nearly anything can be dangerous in the wrong hands.So when a tool uses a … Nearly anything can be dangerous in the wrong hands.So when a tool uses a tool, it's a dead cert!


No need for that...
Mr_Gus08/03/2020 08:31

Man that was incredibly stupid of you (needlessly so) how did you not …Man that was incredibly stupid of you (needlessly so) how did you not learn from your first debacle to do the same sort of thing twice, ...& how was your relationship with your sister? ..who paid for that utter fubar!? 😳 ..why did you not lift & check / mark board pinning locations, ..y'know houses built to code are never the same across an estate, so no chances ever taken (naff sheets of board don't help compared to proper planking, for locating & laying, however... ) was it just keen news to play with the new you overrode every screaming fibre of common sense in your body in that one / two instances dumb stuff happened? Nb, list these are great I've had a paslode im250 for 16 years!? ..but they need regular servicing & strict maintenance which you need to make time for, much like maintai ing a chainsaw ..or it ain't worth ____!


Lee was sharing for a laugh and a giggle at his expense and as a cautionary tale. In was in another life time. He is now in the trade.

I realise when skim reading through a lot of posts it’s easy to not pick up on everything though
Edited by: "androidavis" 8th Mar
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androidavis08/03/2020 09:11

Lee was sharing for a laugh and a giggle at his expense and as a …Lee was sharing for a laugh and a giggle at his expense and as a cautionary tale. In was in another life time. He is now in the trade. I realise when skim reading through a lot of posts when one has spare time it’s easy to not pick up on everything though


if I was meaning to be thoroughly rude to him then I'd have slammed him, (of which there was no need) as was I then asked another question or two, ..but maybe you couldn't read into that, ..ah well, like you say "skim reading".

Note especially the line I wrote about ignoring every screaming fibre (when wanting to try out a new toy) ...over riding urges that tempt us to ignore *everything*

& I hope that he has since invested in a cheapo Chinese snake camera & maybe a second hand flir, that'd put a few similar scenarios to bed.
Mr_Gus08/03/2020 11:27

If if I was meaning to be thoroughly rude to him then I'd have slammed …If if I was meaning to be thoroughly rude to him then I'd have slammed him, (of which there was no need) as was I then asked another question or two, ..but maybe you couldn't read into that, ..ah well, like you say "skim reading".Note especially the line I wrote about ignoring every screaming fibre (when wanting to try out a new toy) ...over riding urges that tempt us to ignore *everything*& I hope that he has since invested in a cheapo Chinese snake camera & maybe a second hand flir, that'd put a few similar scenarios to bed.


Ok
lollypoplee07/03/2020 12:21

Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper …Very dangerous things..... years ago i put 7 nails through 1 15mm copper pipe on my landing and flooded downstairs. 2 weeks later i put 3 nails through my sisters pipes and had to rip her kitchen ceiling down to access the pipes as she had paid a fortune for fitted wardrobes in the bedroom above !Needless to say i sold the nail gun shortly afterwards Just thought i would share that little story with the HUKD's community



I hear ya, i can relate to this

It's the reason i no longer have hammers in the house, i was swinging one around like a braindead idiot once and destroyed everything i owned.

So, i threw them all in the bin. lesson learned i think.
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 8th Mar
essexsi07/03/2020 13:00

I recently purchased the 18g as I needed a bit slimmer nails. Got it for …I recently purchased the 18g as I needed a bit slimmer nails. Got it for 129 on a recent eBay code. Really impressed with it so far. I have a few Makita 18v tools and chanced my arm with a battery adapter off of Amazon. So far, so good. All in all much cheaper than the Makita offering and more than enough for me. Cheers Si


can i ask how the makita adapter is working for you after some time?
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