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Old Yesterday, 05:57 AM   #1
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Milwaukee 18 Volt Framing Gun


Anyone try this out yet? looks good in the vid... https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Produc...E5THIifQ%3D%3D
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We've been chatting about it off and on for months.

I am considering it but also don't know anyone who's tried one.

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Catch 22. Won't buy it until someone tries it and they won't buy it until someone tries it.
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Joe Canning (former member here) has one, been using it for a short while.... Pick his brain on it

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We've been chatting about it off and on for months.

I am considering it but also don't know anyone who's tried one.

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If you already have the batteries, I would go for it. I looked at the video and it seems like it is heavy and loud, but seems to work well. Not sure what the warranty is, but the defects usually show up early on tools like that.

If they had one of these years ago, my truck would be all red instead of all yellow. No regrets, as the Dewalt guns have proven durable and handy, and the addition of the 60v line had been life changing.
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