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R.I.P.Randy14 asked My nail gun keeps jamming.?

My brand new brad nailer jams after every 4-6 nails. It is a central pnewmatic 18 gauge brad nailer.
I’m using the right nails, I oil it in the hose connector I have the correct color code for nails and the pressure is perfect.
I’m 13 I need something that isn’t too expensive or else I would go with a cordless or my favorite brand Rigid.
Different nails are worse.

And got the following answer:

I agree with Ernie. Central Pneumatic is not known for their quality. They’re considered throwaways. Spend the money for a Porter-Cable or a Senco. It will pay for itself quickly. Hope this helps.

Pilgrim Traveler asked What gauge nailer would work best for ship lap log siding?

I’m looking to buy a pneumatic nailer and can’t decide whether to get a 15 or 16 Gage. I will also be using it to install door and window trim, build bookcases, etc. The siding project is white pine nailed through the edge at the top and through about 1″ thickness at the bottom. Also, any recommendations on brands? thanks.

And got the following answer:

You will want a 16 ga. straight finish nailer. This will shoot nails from 3/4″ to 2-1/2″, which should handle most of your needs. Do you already have a compressor? Porter-Cable makes several different kits which include a compressor, nailer(s), hose, and all fittings you need. You will find that you will need more than one nailer. When installing casing around windows and doors, I use a brad nailer to attach the casing to the jamb, then I use the 16 ga. nailer to attach the casing to the wall. I have a 15 ga. angle nailer, but I seldom use it. If you already have the compressor, and just need the nailer, go with Porter-Cable or Senco. They are the best out there. Hope this helps.

http://www.amazon.com/Porter-CFFN251N-Nailer-Finish-Compressor/dp/B002JASUQA/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&s=hi&qid=1249043423&sr=1-10

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.

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.