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Reviews: Porter-Cable PIN100 1/2-Inch to 1-Inch 23-Gauge Pin Nailer

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Maybe I got a bad one, but I'm getting a Grex.  This P-C is a loser

Maybe I got a bad one, but I'm getting a Grex. This P-C is a loser

1940 days ago by RalphB | 34 comments »

I bought one of these and have been thoroughly disappointed with it. No matter what the air pressure or length of the pin it only sinks them to flush at best. And of course you can’t adjust the depth. If I sand one bit you get a nice shiny (until it rusts later) little 23 gauge nailhead looking at you. I also do not like the fact that it lacks a soft nose. So if you try and hold it a little tight to get the pin sunk as far as possible you get a dent in the wood that is a lot worse ...

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Review: Porter Cable Pin Nailer

Review: Porter Cable Pin Nailer

2365 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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