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Who's got two thumbs and loves to staple?

Who's got two thumbs and loves to staple?

2366 days ago by gizmodyne | 10 comments »

This guy. This stapler shoots 1/2” to 1 1/2” narrow crown staples. Have you ever had to remove a freakin’ narrow crown staple. It is not coming out. Staples resist racking. I use this for reinforcing cabinets and attaching their backs. Very strong. Also it is awesome for building lattice. Brads and finish nails will pull out. Staples hold strong. (Use galvanized for outdoor.) I would definitely buy another P.C. gun. No jams. No problemo. 4 stars because how...

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Review: Porter Cable Pin Nailer

Review: Porter Cable Pin Nailer

2366 days ago by Peter Oxley | 11 comments »

Features (from Porter Cable Website): Uses 23 Ga. micro pin nails similar to Senco┬« models Drives nails from 1/2” to 1” long Tool automatically adjusts for different fastener lengths. Easier loading and less problems with pins out of spec Bottom load magazine holds 170 pin micro nails Dual trigger feature Nail reload indicator Rubber comfort grip on tool handle Rear exhaust port channels air and tool oil/condensation away from user Standard Equipment: Nailer, bo...

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Great little nailer

Great little nailer

2376 days ago by Roger Strautman | 5 comments »

This was a micro nailer that I bought in hopes of fastening trim on the very end of the piece without splitting and not just any trim but oak and it worked great. This 23 gauge nailer is very light weight and can shoot 1/2”- 1” headless pins so small that if you stain the piece you have to look very hard to even see the small spot of the head. The pins are sold in packets of 2600 form $7-$12. The only downfall that I have found with this gun is that it has no safety so one has to ...

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Grex Pin Nailer Review P635

Grex Pin Nailer Review P635

2380 days ago by StevePWL | 21 comments »

I purchased this gun in late Dec 07. I do a lot of trim on furniture and was sick of filling brad nail holes and not getting a good stain match. I had tried and returned a few other less expensive nailers so I wasn’t sure what to expect with the Grex. For the money ($199), I hoped it would be a good tool. After using it over the past few weeks, I am extremely pleased. I use the full 1 3/8” pin and they sink cleanly into the pine and poplar I generally use. The pin holes are very...

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