Nail Gun Attack Caught On Camera

Nail Guns in the Wrong Hands Lead to Nail Gun Injury, Even Death

Nail Guns in the Wrong Hands Lead to Nail Gun Injury, Even Death

Drunks turned into human billboards In the footage Jeff Halliday is seen knocking loudly on unlicensed builder Dean Geason’s door when he is greeted with the nasty surprise a loaded nail gun. “I heard the door open. I turned around and I just saw him standing there,” Mr Halliday told A Current Affair, explaining he was at Mr Geason’s Gold Coast home to deliver a summons. Kerry O’Reagon, who filmed the alleged incident on her phone, claimed Mr Geason turned the deadly power tool on her as she tried to run away. “It sounded like a gunshotI started running down those stairs,” Ms O’Reagon said. “I heard three more shots and they were in the wall beside me.” Mr Geason was arrested over the incident and charged with common assault. But that won’t bring back the $120,000 Mr Halliday claims is owed to him by Mr Geason for damage to his home, as the unlicensed builder continues to ignore his summons.
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Corey Slovis, professor and chair of the department of emergency medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. “Often, a person is on the opposite side of the wall, and their partner or coworker misses the stud, and the nail goes straight through the wall into their head,” he said in the 2007 ABC report. “Some of the people who use these nail guns get rid of the safety so it can be fired rapidly. Occasionally, people sit on them.
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Nail Gun Depot Breaks Ground Announcing the Ultimate Construction Kit Contest – PR.com

Entrants can sign up by visiting http://www.nailgundepot.com/lead.asp and filling out a contest entry form. One gift certificate winner will be drawn on the 15th of each month, leading up to the grand prize drawing on September 2. After nearly 15 years of service to the construction and manufacturing industries, were excited to reward our loyal customers while also generating interest among contractors and DIYers that might not be familiar with our services. We anticipate positive feedback from the giveaway, and hope to do similar promotions in the future, commented Phil Burkhart, Chief Operating Officer at Nail Gun Depot. The company will promote its giveaway via onsite advertising, blogger outreach, social media and email marketing efforts. Additional promotional details can be found at www.NailGunDepot.com. About Nail Gun Depot Nail Gun Depot was launched in 2000, in response to a growing demand for e-commerce tool and fastener distribution within the construction, renovation and manufacturing trades.
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