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Pneumatic Palm Nailers | ToolBarn.com – Power Tools, Air Tools …

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Original Source: http://www.toolbarn.com/air-tools/nailers/palm-nailers.html

Amazon.com: Corded Electric – Nailers & Staplers / Power Tools …

Online shopping for Nailers & Staplers from a great selection of Power & Hand Tools; Power Tools, Power & Hand Tools, Nailers, Staplers, Air-Powered Nailers & more at …

Original Source: http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=n%3A552838%2Cp_n_power_source_browse-bin%3A2380555011

Husky 2-Piece Framing and Palm Nailer Combo Kit-DISCONTINUED …

Visit the Home Depot to buy Husky 2-Piece Framing and Palm Nailer Combo Kit 2PFRPNCKat The Home Depot

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Pneumatic Palm Nailers | ToolBarn.com – Power Tools, Air Tools …

Power Tools. Air Compressors; Auto-Feed Screw Guns; Cordless Tools; Electric Power Tools; Flooring Tools; Gas Charged Tools; Gas Powered Tools; Lawn and Garden Tools

Original Source: http://www.toolbarn.com/air-tools/nailers/palm-nailers.html

Husky 2-Piece Framing and Palm Nailer Combo Kit-DISCONTINUED …

Visit the Home Depot to buy Husky 2-Piece Framing and Palm Nailer Combo Kit 2PFRPNCKat The Home Depot

Original Source: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-2-Piece-Framing-and-Palm-Nailer-Combo-Kit-DISCONTINUED-2PFRPNCK/202601173


Milwaukee® Introduces Industry's First M12™ Cordless Palm Nailer – C12 PN

Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation continues to expand their M12™ LITHIUM-ION system with the introduction of the industry's first cordless palm nailer. Thi…


ziggy asked I am looking for tools (screwdrivers, hammers etc) for someone who has one arm.?

My dad has had a stroke and can only use one arm. He loves DIY projects around the home but cannot even hold a nail and hammer it into the wall. Does anyone know of any company that sells equipment that would help him? I can find all sorts of household aids etc, and even gardening aids, but nothing for DIY (do it yourself)

And got the following answer:

Look for tools with large handles. That will make them easier to grip and use. “T” handles on allen wrenches, large diameter handles on screwdrivers, etc – will make them easier to use.

Pneumatic tools are handy – nailers, staple guns, even palm hammers. There are electric models of staple guns, and Sears now has a cordless ‘hammer’ which drives nails in by holding a trigger, instead of swinging a hammer.

Magnetic tips with sleeves are handy for screw-guns, and don’t cost a lot. You can also get ‘quick connect’ fittings for cordless drivers.

Here are some links for you to check out –
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00911818000P
http://www.factoryauthorizedoutlet.com/dewalt/accessories/qcs.asp
http://www.bing.com/shopping/search?q=Pneumatic%20Nailers&p1=%5bCommerceService+scenario%3d%22f%22%5d&wf=Commerce&FORM=Z8RE

Good Luck

ziggy asked I am looking for tools (screwdrivers, hammers etc) for someone who has one arm.?

My dad has had a stroke and can only use one arm. He loves DIY projects around the home but cannot even hold a nail and hammer it into the wall. Does anyone know of any company that sells equipment that would help him? I can find all sorts of household aids etc, and even gardening aids, but nothing for DIY (do it yourself)

And got the following answer:

Look for tools with large handles. That will make them easier to grip and use. “T” handles on allen wrenches, large diameter handles on screwdrivers, etc – will make them easier to use.

Pneumatic tools are handy – nailers, staple guns, even palm hammers. There are electric models of staple guns, and Sears now has a cordless ‘hammer’ which drives nails in by holding a trigger, instead of swinging a hammer.

Magnetic tips with sleeves are handy for screw-guns, and don’t cost a lot. You can also get ‘quick connect’ fittings for cordless drivers.

Here are some links for you to check out –
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00911818000P
http://www.factoryauthorizedoutlet.com/dewalt/accessories/qcs.asp
http://www.bing.com/shopping/search?q=Pneumatic%20Nailers&p1=%5bCommerceService+scenario%3d%22f%22%5d&wf=Commerce&FORM=Z8RE

Good Luck

ziggy asked I am looking for tools (screwdrivers, hammers etc) for someone who has one arm.?

My dad has had a stroke and can only use one arm. He loves DIY projects around the home but cannot even hold a nail and hammer it into the wall. Does anyone know of any company that sells equipment that would help him? I can find all sorts of household aids etc, and even gardening aids, but nothing for DIY (do it yourself)

And got the following answer:

Look for tools with large handles. That will make them easier to grip and use. “T” handles on allen wrenches, large diameter handles on screwdrivers, etc – will make them easier to use.

Pneumatic tools are handy – nailers, staple guns, even palm hammers. There are electric models of staple guns, and Sears now has a cordless ‘hammer’ which drives nails in by holding a trigger, instead of swinging a hammer.

Magnetic tips with sleeves are handy for screw-guns, and don’t cost a lot. You can also get ‘quick connect’ fittings for cordless drivers.

Here are some links for you to check out –
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00911818000P
http://www.factoryauthorizedoutlet.com/dewalt/accessories/qcs.asp
http://www.bing.com/shopping/search?q=Pneumatic%20Nailers&p1=%5bCommerceService+scenario%3d%22f%22%5d&wf=Commerce&FORM=Z8RE

Good Luck

ziggy asked I am looking for tools (screwdrivers, hammers etc) for someone who has one arm.?

My dad has had a stroke and can only use one arm. He loves DIY projects around the home but cannot even hold a nail and hammer it into the wall. Does anyone know of any company that sells equipment that would help him? I can find all sorts of household aids etc, and even gardening aids, but nothing for DIY (do it yourself)

And got the following answer:

Look for tools with large handles. That will make them easier to grip and use. “T” handles on allen wrenches, large diameter handles on screwdrivers, etc – will make them easier to use.

Pneumatic tools are handy – nailers, staple guns, even palm hammers. There are electric models of staple guns, and Sears now has a cordless ‘hammer’ which drives nails in by holding a trigger, instead of swinging a hammer.

Magnetic tips with sleeves are handy for screw-guns, and don’t cost a lot. You can also get ‘quick connect’ fittings for cordless drivers.

Here are some links for you to check out –
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00911818000P
http://www.factoryauthorizedoutlet.com/dewalt/accessories/qcs.asp
http://www.bing.com/shopping/search?q=Pneumatic%20Nailers&p1=%5bCommerceService+scenario%3d%22f%22%5d&wf=Commerce&FORM=Z8RE

Good Luck

ziggy asked I am looking for tools (screwdrivers, hammers etc) for someone who has one arm.?

My dad has had a stroke and can only use one arm. He loves DIY projects around the home but cannot even hold a nail and hammer it into the wall. Does anyone know of any company that sells equipment that would help him? I can find all sorts of household aids etc, and even gardening aids, but nothing for DIY (do it yourself)

And got the following answer:

Look for tools with large handles. That will make them easier to grip and use. “T” handles on allen wrenches, large diameter handles on screwdrivers, etc – will make them easier to use.

Pneumatic tools are handy – nailers, staple guns, even palm hammers. There are electric models of staple guns, and Sears now has a cordless ‘hammer’ which drives nails in by holding a trigger, instead of swinging a hammer.

Magnetic tips with sleeves are handy for screw-guns, and don’t cost a lot. You can also get ‘quick connect’ fittings for cordless drivers.

Here are some links for you to check out –
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00911818000P
http://www.factoryauthorizedoutlet.com/dewalt/accessories/qcs.asp
http://www.bing.com/shopping/search?q=Pneumatic%20Nailers&p1=%5bCommerceService+scenario%3d%22f%22%5d&wf=Commerce&FORM=Z8RE

Good Luck

ziggy asked I am looking for tools (screwdrivers, hammers etc) for someone who has one arm.?

My dad has had a stroke and can only use one arm. He loves DIY projects around the home but cannot even hold a nail and hammer it into the wall. Does anyone know of any company that sells equipment that would help him? I can find all sorts of household aids etc, and even gardening aids, but nothing for DIY (do it yourself)

And got the following answer:

Look for tools with large handles. That will make them easier to grip and use. “T” handles on allen wrenches, large diameter handles on screwdrivers, etc – will make them easier to use.

Pneumatic tools are handy – nailers, staple guns, even palm hammers. There are electric models of staple guns, and Sears now has a cordless ‘hammer’ which drives nails in by holding a trigger, instead of swinging a hammer.

Magnetic tips with sleeves are handy for screw-guns, and don’t cost a lot. You can also get ‘quick connect’ fittings for cordless drivers.

Here are some links for you to check out –
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00911818000P
http://www.factoryauthorizedoutlet.com/dewalt/accessories/qcs.asp
http://www.bing.com/shopping/search?q=Pneumatic%20Nailers&p1=%5bCommerceService+scenario%3d%22f%22%5d&wf=Commerce&FORM=Z8RE

Good Luck

ziggy asked I am looking for tools (screwdrivers, hammers etc) for someone who has one arm.?

My dad has had a stroke and can only use one arm. He loves DIY projects around the home but cannot even hold a nail and hammer it into the wall. Does anyone know of any company that sells equipment that would help him? I can find all sorts of household aids etc, and even gardening aids, but nothing for DIY (do it yourself)

And got the following answer:

Look for tools with large handles. That will make them easier to grip and use. “T” handles on allen wrenches, large diameter handles on screwdrivers, etc – will make them easier to use.

Pneumatic tools are handy – nailers, staple guns, even palm hammers. There are electric models of staple guns, and Sears now has a cordless ‘hammer’ which drives nails in by holding a trigger, instead of swinging a hammer.

Magnetic tips with sleeves are handy for screw-guns, and don’t cost a lot. You can also get ‘quick connect’ fittings for cordless drivers.

Here are some links for you to check out –
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00911818000P
http://www.factoryauthorizedoutlet.com/dewalt/accessories/qcs.asp
http://www.bing.com/shopping/search?q=Pneumatic%20Nailers&p1=%5bCommerceService+scenario%3d%22f%22%5d&wf=Commerce&FORM=Z8RE

Good Luck

ziggy asked I am looking for tools (screwdrivers, hammers etc) for someone who has one arm.?

My dad has had a stroke and can only use one arm. He loves DIY projects around the home but cannot even hold a nail and hammer it into the wall. Does anyone know of any company that sells equipment that would help him? I can find all sorts of household aids etc, and even gardening aids, but nothing for DIY (do it yourself)

And got the following answer:

Look for tools with large handles. That will make them easier to grip and use. “T” handles on allen wrenches, large diameter handles on screwdrivers, etc – will make them easier to use.

Pneumatic tools are handy – nailers, staple guns, even palm hammers. There are electric models of staple guns, and Sears now has a cordless ‘hammer’ which drives nails in by holding a trigger, instead of swinging a hammer.

Magnetic tips with sleeves are handy for screw-guns, and don’t cost a lot. You can also get ‘quick connect’ fittings for cordless drivers.

Here are some links for you to check out –
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00911818000P
http://www.factoryauthorizedoutlet.com/dewalt/accessories/qcs.asp
http://www.bing.com/shopping/search?q=Pneumatic%20Nailers&p1=%5bCommerceService+scenario%3d%22f%22%5d&wf=Commerce&FORM=Z8RE

Good Luck