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Paslode 18-Gauge Cordless Brad Finishing Nailer-901000 at The Home …

Enjoy the Paslode Cordless 18-Gauge Brad Finishing Nailer 901000, with fastener depth control is compatible with 5/8 – 2 in. 18-gauge brad nails and includes a tip …

Original Source: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Paslode-18-Gauge-Cordless-Brad-Finishing-Nailer-DISCONTINUED-901000/100178300

Paslode Cordless Brad Nailer From Canadian Tire – YouTube

Paslode Cordless Brad Nailer From Canadian Tire See Price: http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/browse… For fine trim work, you’ll want to use an 18-gauge brad …

Original Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GacSZy66e2A

Paslode 18-Gauge Cordless Brad Finishing Nailer-901000 at The Home …

Enjoy the Paslode Cordless 18-Gauge Brad Finishing Nailer 901000, with fastener depth control is compatible with 5/8 – 2 in. 18-gauge brad nails and includes a tip …

Original Source: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Paslode-18-Gauge-Cordless-Brad-Finishing-Nailer-DISCONTINUED-901000/100178300

Paslode Cordless Brad Nailer From Canadian Tire – YouTube

Paslode Cordless Brad Nailer From Canadian Tire See Price: http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/browse… For fine trim work, you’ll want to use an 18-gauge brad …

Original Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GacSZy66e2A


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emale2 asked Have you ever used the airless framing or finish nailing guns and if so how did you like them?

thinking about buying one the pros’s and cons,would you recommend one yes or no ,why or why not.any answer welcome thank you for your answers.

And got the following answer:

I have 3 Paslode guns(battery power with butane cartridge). The angled finish and brad finish guns are great and I wouldn’t go back to a compressor and hose for anything. I highly recommend them.

The Paslode framer is nice for small projects, but is a bit particular when toe-nailing. Can’t rapid-fire with it either. I use my Hitachi for larger framing projects. I would say ask at a home center to play with this one before purchasing.

You do have to buy Paslodes nails for framer and angled trim. Brad nailer will take Porter-cable nails. Cartridges last quite a while. Batteries take a couple hours to charge. I looked at DeWalt’s guns and they were heavier than these. I’m happy with all of them. Hope that helps.

Jeremy asked Is there a cordless, airless nailgun?

I just need something small for base shoe and such. Any suggestions?

And got the following answer:

Senco, dewalt and some others all now make cordless modems for 18 gauge and I think Paslode has one for framing nails.

This is the 18 gauge

http://www.shopping.com/xPO-Senco-Senco-Cordless-25-18-Gauge-Brad-Nailer

There is also an 15 gauge called the finishpro 41.

mike8213 asked What kind of nailgun do I need?

My wife always has trouble buying me gifts because there are not many things I want. I am a practical person, and enjoy practical gifts. Being as much, I have started a list of things I would enjoy having, most of which are to start filling up my tool shed. I want to put a nailer on the list, but I am unsure as to which kind I need. I do eventually plan on putting up a 6 foot wood fence. There is currently a need for a doghouse and corn-hole boards. I would also like to do shelving. I’m sure most of my plans will be gluing and nailing mostly 3/4 inch plywood, so I am wondering what I need. Is it required that I connect the 2×4 frame with screws or can I use a nailgun. I would really like to have it battery powered because I don’t have, nor do I currently need a air compressor. Thank you!

Also, what are the specific jobs for these nailers. Whats the difference between a brad nailer, a finish nailer, and framing nailer. Take me through building a dog house I guess, which parts would you use on which stage and why would you?

And got the following answer:

you should look into Paslode Nailer’s. they run on their own Rechargeable battery system and a small aerosol fuel cell. the stick nail framer, which uses a straight clip of framing nails of different lengths, would be perfect for both your fence and doghouse. you can get galvanized nails that wont rust and do most any project that will be outside and getting wet. As for the indoor shelves and any smaller project the paslode trim nailer is commonly used tool up here in the northeast. very reliable, i own two myself. they have a couple other style guns but those i don’t know much about those, sorry. Good luck with your projects, i hope this helps!

zuse1000us asked angled nail finisher vs straight nail finisher?

whats the difference and why would i want one over the other? here are the 2 i am looking at: Straight:http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?jspStoreDir=hdus&catalogId=10053&productId=100039803&navFlow=3&keyword=paslode%2Bcordless%2Bstraighnt%2Bfinish%2Bnailer&langId=-1&searchRedirect=paslode+cordless+straighnt+finish+nailer&storeId=10051&endecaDataBean=com.homedepot.sa.el.wc.catalog.beans.EndecaDataBean%4017ef7047&ddkey=Search
angled:http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10051&langId=-1&catalogId=10053&productId=100088397

the angled is more expensive for some reason?
looks like the straight runs on batteries and the angled runs on some type of fuel that cost $15

which would you get?

And got the following answer:

I have used both straight and angled brad nailers, and the angled ones are great if you are doing tight areas. If you are building a staircase, or doing tricky crown moulding up around cupboards, then you can need a better angle. But the brads are more expensive and harder to find, because 16g brads on the straight are the norm.
Really the issue is if you have an application that you just HAVE to have the angled unit to do the job. Most people definitely do not have that need. I’ve been doing house renovations for years and I don’t have the need. I would recommend the straight unit.