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Paslode 16 oz. Pneumatic Nail Gun Oil-403720 at The Home Depot

Enjoy the Paslode 16 oz. Pneumatic Nail Gun Oil 403720, synthetic oil works best in above-freezing temperatures and helps to lengthen tool service life and provide …

Original Source: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Paslode-16-oz-Pneumatic-Nail-Gun-Oil-403720/100351699

Nail Gun Oil

NAIL GUN OIL MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS No: Product Name: Manufacturers Code: Date: NAIL GUN OIL NGO250, NGO500, NGO1, CO5, CO20 April 2011

Original Source: http://msds.qsmart.net.au/NailGunOil.pdf

Experts: West Africa piracy takes root in Nigeria

The piracy targeting the coast of West Africa takes root in the oil-slicked creeks of Nigeria's southern delta, where militants steal millions of dollars of crude with the apparent help of security agencies, experts said…

Original Source: http://www.cbs8.com/story/22030379/experts-west-africa-piracy-takes-root-in-nigeria

Attorney: Scant evidence in Mississippi ricin case

Federal authorities have produced scant evidence linking a Mississippi man to the mailing of ricin-laced letters to the president and a senator, his attorney says. Christi McCoy said after a court hearing Friday that the government has offered no evidence to prove her client, Paul Kevin Curtis, had possession of any ricin or the seed from which it is extracted — castor beans. An FBI agent …

Original Source: http://www.ktvu.com/news/news/crime-law/attorney-scant-evidence-mississippi-ricin-case/nXRyG/

Nail Gun Oil

NAIL GUN OIL MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS No: Product Name: Manufacturers Code: Date: NAIL GUN OIL NGO250, NGO500, NGO1, CO5, CO20 April 2011

Original Source: http://msds.qsmart.net.au/NailGunOil.pdf


PORTER-CABLE Pneumatic Nailers & Staplers

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sailor asked What is the best pneumatic framing nail gun?

I was just at Home Depot searching for a framing nail gun. It will be used for home use, not a business. I like the Paslode, gas cartridge/battery operated but it is spendy and I’ve heard the #1 nailer that is returned with problems, mainly not being cleaned as instructions say to do. I looked at Bostitch, Porter Cable, and several others but just not sure what is the best middle of the road nailer and that will work reliably.

And got the following answer:

i own a Hitachi (full headed nail model), metal body framing gun and love it. i also own the Hitachi roofing nail gun. i do home improvement for a living, and guys that i have worked with have switched to Hitachi after working with me and my guns. one guy used to use bostich, but switched, the other used senco guns. also, the Hitachi’s continue to fire and set nails when the others don’t, when the air pressure runs low. as far as the paslode, nails cost more for those, and then you need the fuel cells, too, if you have a compressor, i’d go for an air nailer. if Hitachi’s are too pricey for your budget, i’d suggest that you look at the new Milwaukee guns, i know that they are priced affordably, and if they are anything like their power tools, will be well built. another thing to consider is repairs, check your local yellow pages for air tool repair shops, and see what brands they fix, just in case. squirt the tool with a few drops of air tool oil before you start to use them for the day, and again after lunch if it’s humid and you shouldn’t have any trouble whichever tool you buy. good luck, hope this helps.

The Tramp turns 28 on 3/20/13 asked Why do you have to be 18 to purchase certain items?

When I scan certain items at the register, the message “IS CUSTOMER 18” 3/9/91 appears. The “18” question appears whenever I scan the following items:

Automotive chemicals (oil, treatments, and sealers)
Hardware (power tools, nail guns, electric sanders, box cutters, paint)
Household cleaners
Electric knives, mower blades, gas mixtures
Delsym, Sudafed, Tylenol

What happens if I ignore the message and continue?
Will I be arrested?

And got the following answer:

For many reasons. Some items can be used as a weapon. Some can be used for vandalism. And some can be used as an intoxicant.

What could happen if you ignore those messages? You can be disciplined up to and including termination of employment. Will you be arrested? Depends on the item. Some over the counter medicines can only be purchased by someone over 18. Tobacco can only be purchased by someone over 18. But some of it is just company policy. Check the laws where you live. Most of these laws will not get you arrested, but you could be fined for it.

JohnPaulus Arcangel asked How would you describe the smell of metal?

Know a mechanic, or an engineer, or someone who works with a lot of machines?
They have this certain smell to them, and the only way I can describe it is that person smells like metal

Ever handle coins, bullets, nails, guns, tools for too long?, Yeah THAT smell, how would you describe it?

And got the following answer:

I know what you mean. The smell of a machine shop probably comes mostly from oil and cutting fluid. Coins have a smell of their own. It can’t be the actual metal because it is not volatile and it probably doesn’t have a smell anyway. It could be some compound that is released by a reaction between the metal and sweat.

Bobby asked Would that plaster falling off prevention work?

Scenario: small cracks in plaster of the wall. Plaster not yet fallen off, just cracks.

Repair: drilling small holes on the right and the left of the crack and using liquid nails gun and then a layer plaster over it, then regular painting.

You think that would work?

And got the following answer:

Sadly not, its cracking because its fretting, it means that when it was done originally, not enough of the bonding agent was mixed into the plaster and now its degrading. The good news is you fix it by overcoating it with Surface Conditioner, an oil that seeps into the surface and rebinds the surface together, you then roll a block filler over the top and re-coat with acrylic paint in the desired color!

Toni A asked How to use nail gun bostitch?

I bought a Bostitch nail gun BT200K-2 – 2″ 18-Gauge Oil-Free and wanted to put up moldings but i seem to need some kind of air connected, where can i get it and how much is it and what type of extra stuff do i need for it to work.. they didnt tell me in store

And got the following answer:

You need an air compressor. You can get a cheap one from Wal-Mart for about $100. Other than that all you need are the nails. You may have to buy a different connector to fit the compressor you are using. Those are affordable.

mccabekm asked Should I oil my nail gun even if the instructions say not to?

Normally, I’d say you always follow the manual. For my Porter Cable 16 and 18 gauge nail guns though, the manual says NOT to oil the guns.

I have a builder buddy who says you have to oil these guns after every use. When I Google it, there are countless of examples of people oiling their guns. The manual says not to because they “tend to attract debris”.

What do you think – should I oil it or not?

And got the following answer:

I have 2 Porter Cable nail guns. Both say 2 drops of oil per daily usage. I always oil before use.

rag_top_grl asked How to get silicone culk off of wood trim?

I made a mistake and accidentally used silicone bathroom culk to fill the gaps of my ceiling trim and the nail gun holes… now we want to paint the trim but we can’t paint over the sections where the culk got on the wood. Is there any way to get rid of the culk or any kind of paint that might paint over it? With out having to sand every plane of the trim??? Help :/

And got the following answer:

I would test and oil or alkyd type primer first.
A stain blocking oil primer will stick to most anything.

The Tramp turns 28 on 3/20/13 asked Why do you have to be 18 to purchase certain items?

When I scan certain items at the register, the message “IS CUSTOMER 18” 3/9/91 appears. The “18” question appears whenever I scan the following items:

Automotive chemicals (oil, treatments, and sealers)
Hardware (power tools, nail guns, electric sanders, box cutters, paint)
Household cleaners
Electric knives, mower blades, gas mixtures
Delsym, Sudafed, Tylenol

What happens if I ignore the message and continue?
Will I be arrested?

And got the following answer:

For many reasons. Some items can be used as a weapon. Some can be used for vandalism. And some can be used as an intoxicant.

What could happen if you ignore those messages? You can be disciplined up to and including termination of employment. Will you be arrested? Depends on the item. Some over the counter medicines can only be purchased by someone over 18. Tobacco can only be purchased by someone over 18. But some of it is just company policy. Check the laws where you live. Most of these laws will not get you arrested, but you could be fined for it.