Cordless Nail Gun Comparison Test

New Nail Gun to Hit the Market?

Or, rather, they come with 3/8-inch pneumatic hoses attachedworking with a finish gun usually means lugging around a cumbersome compressor tethered to a tube. But finish guns are changing. There are now a variety of cordless options available, each with a different fuel source. So how do they measure up to the traditional air-powered gun?
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Nail Guns Pose Unexpected Injury Risk

Its ideal for fixing up the house if you dont mind everyone inside ending up dead as a doornail. It can send a 6-D nail through a 2 x 4 at 200 yards, and as its creator David Wiggins points out, you could literally sit in your lawn chair while building a fence. Comes complete with a hundred-round magazine no less. No, this is no nail gun. This is a nail machine-gun. And I dont ever want to work on a home improvement project with David Wiggins.
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Print Alright, I’ll be honestI had absolutely no idea what to make of this photograph when I first saw it. Created by one “David Wiggins,” this DeWalt-themed nail gun is said to be able to “drive a 6d nail through a 2×4 at 200 yards.” For those of you interested in “long distance building,” however, this isn’t what it seems. It’s apparently nothing more than a cosmetic touch-up to a real firearm. Some folks simply have too much time on their hands. It raises a questionregarding construction nomenclature, however.
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The DeWalt-16 Nail Gun

The DeWalt-16 Nail Gun

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.
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