Ask The Builder: Working Safely With A Nail Gun

This machine needed fuel and required regular maintenance so it would start. It also was noisy. Many carpenters use much quieter electric compressors, but mine could be used where there was no electric. Some years later, I switched to an impulse gas nail gun made by Paslode, which became my favorite. To be free of the heavy compressor, the hoses, the noise – that was really liberating. I could have 50 nails shot with that gun long before you would have my old Senco up and running. The impulse gun just needed its battery charged each night.
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Introducing the New EBN320R.E.D.™ Professional Electric Brad Nail Gun from Arrow Fastener, Capable of Firing 2” 18 Gauge Straight Brad Nails

Introducing the New EBN320R.E.D.(TM) Professional Electric Brad Nail Gun from Arrow Fastener, Capabl ...

This product includes a hi/low power feature that allows you to tailor the output force to the material you are stapling into. The anti-jam feature prevents staples from being jammed. The 8 Ft.
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Stanley Hand Tools TRE550 Electric Staple/Brad Nail Gun

Founded in 1929, Arrow Fastener was acquired by Masco Corporation ( NYSE: MAS ) in 1999. For more than five decades, the T50 staple gun has been the industry standard, as the worlds best selling staple gun. Today, Arrow Fastener is a trusted supplier of reliable, innovative and affordable products for the building trade professional and do-it-yourselfer.
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