Colorado Ceo Commits Suicide With Nail Gun

Cordless Electric Palm Nailer works in tight areas.

Earlier this week, Talley killed himself in his home by firing seven or eight shots into his torso and head with a nail gun. Talley’s company American Title Services was being investigated by state insurance regulators for reasons that have not yet been revealed publicly. Talley was married for 25 years and was the father of two children.
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ColdHeat Freestyle Cordless Glue Gun

The LED will glow Red when the battery is nearly discharged, and will blink when it is fully discharged. To use the gun, you just push a glue stick into the glue stick feeder orifice and squeeze the trigger. As you squeeze, the stick will travel down the barrel till it reaches the heating element, where the glue will melt and flow out of the nozzle. I had to feed at least 2 sticks into the chamber before melted glue started flowing. The gun only takes about 45-60 seconds to reach a temperature hot enough to melt the glue sticks.
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DeWALT Cordless Nail Gun Recall

of Towson, Maryland, have issued a nail gun recall for the DeWALT DC608 Cordless Brad Nailers . A product defect could allow the nail gun to operate even when the lock-off safety is in the locked position. The DeWALT recall was issued after the company received at least two reports of problems with the safety features of the Brad Nailer. The DeWALT Nailers contain a lock-off safety, which is designed to protect users from a potential risk of serious injury caused by the machine driving nails when the user is not expecting it. It has been discovered that the DeWALT DC608 Brad Nailers could eject nails even when the lock-off is in the locked position, and the nailler can operate when the trigger is not pulled and the contact trip is depressed. The nail gun recall involves about 14,000 of the DeWALT DC608 18 Volt Cordless 2 18 Gauge Straight Brad Nailers, with date codes ranging from 200728 through 200821.
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“Not only is this tool capable of driving a 16D 3-1/2″ nail in under 2 seconds, it will also deliver impressive run time at up to 100 of these nails per charge. At only 3.4lbs and 6.5” from palm to tip, the M12(TM) Palm Nailer easily operates in tight spaces, providing a unique solution in places that are unreachable by a traditional nail gun. The palm nailer also features a 6D-16D industrial magnetic collet to securely hold framing nails for one-handed use and all metal gear housing for jobsite durability. Though the new tool is the ideal solution for a professional framer or remodeler, the cordless palm nailer can be used in applications far beyond what is commonly associated with a compressor and hose. Electricians, plumbers and HVAC technicians now have a close quarter nailing solution for canned lighting, electrical boxes, half nail clamps and more. Among the first products powered by REDLITHIUM(TM) battery technology, the new palm nailer will deliver unmatched run-time, performance and durability for the professional tradesman.
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