DeWalt Designed to provide speed, power, and maximum run-time, DeWalt's heavy-duty XRP 16-gauge cordless finish nailer comes in four multi-volt 12/14.4-volt models and four 18-volt models. The tool's flywheel engine allows it to fire up to four to five nails per second, and users can select either sequential-fire mode or bump-fire mode. The 12-volt battery pack drives up to 300 nails per charge; the 14.4-volt battery pack drives up to 400; and the 18-volt battery pack drives up to 800 nails per charge, the maker says. The XRP 16-gauge cordless finish nailer is available with a straight or angled magazine to accommodate working in tight spaces as well as production jobs. An LED headlight illuminates the work surface and increases visibility in low-light applications. 800.433.9258. www.dewalt.com..