Nailgun Mod Has Emphasis On The Gun Part

New Nail Gun, made by Dewalt

He may even have shot that sidekick of his, Al, for minutes worth of canned laughter. Tool and machine gun fan David Wiggins created the mod in response to another machine-nail-gun he saw online. He didnt think twice about it after having just picked up a new M16 (as you do).
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There have been no injuries reported. Similar problems led to an August 2008 DeWALT nail gun recall for about 14,000 DC608 Cordless Brad Nailers. The nail guns also had a defect that allowed the gun to eject nails even when the lock-off was in the locked position. The lock-off safeties are designed to protect the users from potential serious injury caused by the nailers ejecting nails when the user is not expecting it. Owners of the DeWALT D51825 and D51850 Framing Nailers have been advised to contact DeWALT for instructions on receiving a free replacement bump action trigger.
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DeWALT Framing Nailer Recall: Risk of Injury to Users and Bystanders

It can drive a 16-D nail through a 2 X 4 at 200 yards. This makes construction a breeze, you can sit in your lawn chair and build a fence. Just get the wife and kids to hold the fence boards in place while you sit back, relax with a cold drink, when they have the board in the right place just fire away. With the hundred round magazine, you can build the fence with a minimum of reloading. After a day of fence building with the new Dewalt Rapid fire nail gun, the wife will not ask you fix or build anything else. TAGS:
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New Nail Gun to Hit the Market?

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. “Nail gun” or “pneumatic nailer?” The term “pneumatic nailer” hasas far as I can recallnever come out of my mouth. That said, it was recently pointed out to me that times are changing, and thepneumatic term is gaining in popularity.So, whichdo you prefer?Take the poll. For more information on real nail guns, have a look at our Tool Guide.
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