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Old 01-01-2020, 10:40 PM
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My son is interested in getting a framing nailer. He is not a tool guy and wants me to pick one for him. I have not used this nailer. Was hoping someone here has some first hand experience with this nailer. Reviews look good.
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Old 01-01-2020, 10:57 PM
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I hired a couple of folks to put siding on my shop. They bought that nailer, and it worked perfectly. Made the job much easier. Nails loaded easily, depth adjustment was easy. Not very heavy, so it could be used all day.

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Old 01-01-2020, 11:15 PM
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I hired a couple of folks to put siding on my shop. They bought that nailer, and it worked perfectly. Made the job much easier. Nails loaded easily, depth adjustment was easy. Not very heavy, so it could be used all day.

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Sounds good. Thanks.
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I have Central Pneumatic roofing and framing . If Banks are better it would be a great buy.with the framing they go in well in dry Oak . I use the roofing on Hardy siding .
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Old 01-02-2020, 09:52 AM
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Thanks Brian. I always seem to forget to do this. Senility at 70 I guess.
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Thanks Brian. I always seem to forget to do this. Senility at 70 I guess.


Your welcome. It is sometimes more easy for me probably to take a screen shot with my phone and insert it anyways vs using a computer, like you probably do.
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It is nice that SFT really polices our picture policy. It really is frustrating when you look up an old thread for info, and find no pictures, or the link is dead now. There are several dead links in the info thread.
Maybe we should talk about putting you in charge of continuing that practice?
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Excellent choice!!!
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