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If price is at the top of your list for your deciding factors then you will be disappointed most of the time. When I am ready to buy a certain tool price is one of the last things (within reason) I look at. If the price is high then so be it. I know what I need to save to purchase that tool. Like the other guys said .... what do you need it for? Do you do tons of flooring but need a roofing nailer for a couple jobs or are you a roofer who needs a tile saw for 1 or 2 jobs. It is all relative to what you do. The last nail gun I bought was a micro pin nailer. I paid 100 bucks for it. I wish I did a ton of cabinetry but sadly I don't. So it is not the best on the market but it gets the job done for me when I need it. Also each brand has its strengths and weaknesses. I love my milwuakee sawzall. Would not ever buy a different brand for that tool. As for a worm drive saw I am not buff enough to pick a milwuakee worm drive up everyday. Also this is just my oppinion so you would need to see what works for you best. Read all the reviews you can and even try to test them out before you buy if you have to. Lots of things to think about before you just start buying up tons of tools.
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