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Old 05-02-2016, 05:09 PM   #1
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Does anyone make or sell these anymore? I am looking online and seeing nothing.
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I could not imagine using a cordless nailer for roofing?I don't even use them for trim.
Ump:: pus;; shoo. Could have had a door or window trimmed.Have not tried them in a couple years but you won't find any in my trailer.I can see where they may come in handy for setting one window or a little trim but ,leave me out.
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I could not imagine using a cordless nailer for roofing?I don't even use them for trim.
Ump:: pus;; shoo. Could have had a door or window trimmed.Have not tried them in a couple years but you won't find any in my trailer.I can see where they may come in handy for setting one window or a little trim but ,leave me out.
We do a couple small 2 square pavilions where I would rather not have to drag out a compressor and gun and cordless makes more sense.
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I understand but even for two square I would like to just go pow -pow -pow for three nails than shoo-wum-po for one.Just my opinion .Lat me know how it works out?Really I have not tried them in a couple years and everything is getting better depending on how you look at it.Still very interested in your opinion once you try them for roofing.

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