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Nail Gun Buying Guide

Applications for Nail Guns. Nail guns can be used in virtually any type of construction. Some models are designed for use in tight spaces, while others are large and …

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roman asked How can i make a stock for a paintball gun?

I want to make a stock for my paintball gun that wouldnt cost much and is made of household stuff, live pvc…..any ideas?

And got the following answer:

PVC would be a great idea. I would go to Home Depot, Lowes, or Osh and get pipes and pipe fittings (1/2″ size). The fittings will help you get the correct shape and size without having to glue, tape, nail, etc. Make sure you draw out a blueprint first so that you know what and how much of it you need. I’m not sure what type of gun you have so I don’t know how you could attach the stock. If the gun has holes for screws then you should have no problem, however, if it doesn’t I would recommend making a bracket that could fit around the back of the gun that you could attach the stock to. Good luck!

brittanique asked What kind of gun nailer I should check-out?

My husband’s birthday is coming and he’s been always wanting a gun nailer. We already have a compressor so a gun-nailer compressor compatible will be ok.

Can you tell me what brand I should pick?
What are the things I need to check before buying one?

And got the following answer:

You need to understand what kind of nailing he will be doing. Will it be framing, finish work or small wood projects?

I build furniture and odd jobs around the house. I have a brad nailer and a finish nailer. I started with the brad nailer and added the finish nailer later.

For the average wood worker, a brad nailer is a good place to start. I’d buy that and if he wants to exchange it, Lowes or Home Depot will do that.

Brand wise, I have a Senco brad nailer and a Porter Cable finish nailer. Both have given excellent service.

paul67337 asked How long would it take to shingle a 24 x 60 roof?

Single story, no vent caps or anything special. Just a 24 x 60 roof with an average or less than average slope. Just one person (me) with a nail gun. There is one layer of old shingles already on the roof, and they are 38 years old. Would it be alright to put the new shingles over the old?

Also, what would be a good nail gun to use? I would buy something from Lowe’s, and I can borrow an air compressor.

And got the following answer:

For starters I would remove the old shingles. My experience is that the new roof seems to wear out faster if laid over the top of other shingles. If this is the only roof you plan on doing then buy whatever cheap off brand nailer you can, it will do the job just fine. If working alone you should be able to re-roof w/tear-off in 3-5 days depending on how many hours per day you put in.

cblack6540 asked what size air compressor to use with air roof nail gun?

all roof nail guns say i need 7cfm @90psi . i looked at lowes home depot and harbor frieght and i do not see any compressors that rate near that high. i prefer an answer from someone that does this work . thanks
i have a 2 hp 20 gal tank and it will not handle it. the only tanks i saw that would were very small twin tanks.

And got the following answer:

I own two Bostitch RN46-1 roof guns.

My compressor is a 110 volt 2 hp 4.4 CFM. I can run two guns at the same time and always have enough air.

I use 115 lb working pressure setting.

Why you can’t run one gun I don’t know.

If your roofing for a living. Go with a 110 volt other wise it’s going to be hard to plug in at any work site with 220 volt.

Have you gun checked out.
I’m a builder 30 years I do it all day every day more than i want to.

What the he_ls up with the thumbs down. Piss on them.

Airsoft Joe asked How can I attach wires together without soldering?

I need to re-attach a broken wire, and I dont have a soldering gun. i need it done by tomorrow, and tape doesn’t hold it together well. The wires are too small to weave together. Its for a battery, and it works properly when the wires are touching. How can I seal the wires together quickly?

And got the following answer:

You can make a small soldering iron by drilling a hole in the end of a dowel or similar, and jamming a finish nail in backward. Heat it over a gas flame, and away you go. If you solder, use rosin core, not acid core plumber’s solder — rosin core melts at lower temp and is better elec conductor. If too much trouble to do it this way, twist the wires together, and tape tightly. If wire is any size, use a wire nut from Lowe’s, but it sounds as though you have 9v stranded, which is pretty flimsy

brittanique asked What kind of gun nailer I should check-out?

My husband’s birthday is coming and he’s been always wanting a gun nailer. We already have a compressor so a gun-nailer compressor compatible will be ok.

Can you tell me what brand I should pick?
What are the things I need to check before buying one?

And got the following answer:

You need to understand what kind of nailing he will be doing. Will it be framing, finish work or small wood projects?

I build furniture and odd jobs around the house. I have a brad nailer and a finish nailer. I started with the brad nailer and added the finish nailer later.

For the average wood worker, a brad nailer is a good place to start. I’d buy that and if he wants to exchange it, Lowes or Home Depot will do that.

Brand wise, I have a Senco brad nailer and a Porter Cable finish nailer. Both have given excellent service.

Rob asked I want to buy a finish nailer gun, what should I get?

…for installing pre-hung doors(needs to fire 2 1/2 finish nails and 1 1/4 finish nails) and for installing moulding(crown moulding and baseboards). What is 16-guage, 18-gauge, etc…? Also, should I get a nailer that uses a compressor or DC current(cordless)?

And got the following answer:

http://www.bostitch.com
I’ve been using bostitch products for 30 years without a problem.Look at different sellers for a deal,I just bought a new pancake compressor and got a 2 in. nailer free at Lowes.Go with compressed air,air tools last forever with simple care,plus you can use the compressor for other things as well.

roman asked How can i make a stock for a paintball gun?

I want to make a stock for my paintball gun that wouldnt cost much and is made of household stuff, live pvc…..any ideas?

And got the following answer:

PVC would be a great idea. I would go to Home Depot, Lowes, or Osh and get pipes and pipe fittings (1/2″ size). The fittings will help you get the correct shape and size without having to glue, tape, nail, etc. Make sure you draw out a blueprint first so that you know what and how much of it you need. I’m not sure what type of gun you have so I don’t know how you could attach the stock. If the gun has holes for screws then you should have no problem, however, if it doesn’t I would recommend making a bracket that could fit around the back of the gun that you could attach the stock to. Good luck!