While This Might Look Like A Nail Gun, Trust Me: It Isn’t

The DeWalt-16 Nail Gun

The DeWalt-16 Nail Gun

No, this is an M16 assault rifle that’s decked out to look like a DeWalt nail gun. Of course! Id just picked up a new (to me) M-16 and was in the process of fixing it up a little. It needed new furniture anyway, so I sourced the safety yellow stock, guard, and grip. Then, I went down to the DeWalt factory service place a few miles from the house to get a sticker.
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Or, rather, they come with 3/8-inch pneumatic hoses attachedworking with a finish gun usually means lugging around a cumbersome compressor tethered to a tube. But finish guns are changing. There are now a variety of cordless options available, each with a different fuel source. So how do they measure up to the traditional air-powered gun? By Doug Mahoney
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Cordless Nail Gun Comparison Test

Its ideal for fixing up the house if you dont mind everyone inside ending up dead as a doornail. It can send a 6-D nail through a 2 x 4 at 200 yards, and as its creator David Wiggins points out, you could literally sit in your lawn chair while building a fence. Comes complete with a hundred-round magazine no less. No, this is no nail gun. This is a nail machine-gun. And I dont ever want to work on a home improvement project with David Wiggins.
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