Colorado Ceo Commits Suicide With Nail Gun

He also said he was a member of the U.S.A. swim team at the 1980 Olympics, though that claim is currently in dispute. He was 56 at the time of his death.
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The DeWalt-16 Nail Gun

The DeWalt-16 Nail Gun

Comes complete with a hundred-round magazine no less. No, this is no nail gun. This is a nail machine-gun.
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Nail Guns Pose Unexpected Injury Risk

Tool manufacturer Dewalt is recalling thousands of framing nail guns that could unexpectedly eject nails, putting users and bystanders at risk of serious injury. Dewalt Industrial Tool Co. and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission are recalling about 9,000 DEWALT D51825 and D51850 Framing Nailers after the company discovered that the bump action trigger on the nailers may have been assembled incorrectly during production. In addition, the trigger lock-off meant to disable the trigger when its not in use may not work at all, the CPSC says.
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NailGun Mod Has Emphasis On The Gun Part

He didnt think twice about it after having just picked up a new M16 (as you do). Apparently is can drive a nail through a 2 x 4 at 200 yards. Not that youd want to try that, of course.
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DeWALT Cordless Nail Gun Recall

The recall does not apply to DeWALT Nailers that have the letter M stamped next to the date code. The potentially defective DeWALT Brad Nailers were manufactured in Mexico and sold throughout the United States between October 2007 through May 2008 for approximately $280 each. The DeWALT nail gun can used in a variety of construction and home building applications. The manufacturer designed the nail gun to consistently penetrate nails into both hard and soft joints. It can be used in a sequential operating mode for precise placements or in the bump operating mode to drive nails at a higher rate of speed.
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