cool, we have a bostich, works well except when getting trigger happy and forgetting to reload
Brand?I have 3 of the RN49s (i think that's correct?) and really like all but one. One seems to "kick" or actuates a little hard.
But real smooth, fast, and light guns.
What features are different on the new model that would improve it?
Though I'm doing less and less shingles it seems. By the time the shingling starts, I'm setting up the next job.
ya, I'm really impressed by the RN46, it's really fast to reload, I like that it does not fire when it's empty too.The best!
I have a Dewalt D55146 that crapped out on me with less than 100 hours on it.ya, I'm really impressed by the RN46, it's really fast to reload, I like that it does not fire when it's empty too.
I'm ruff on my gun too, I tend to oil it about 2-3 times a season when I think of it and that's about it.
I've had to rebuild one after 2 good seasons of abuse.
I've used Paslode, Porter Cable and Hitatchi nailers and I like my RN46's the best of any I've used. Fairly priced too, I generally get them under $200 when they are on sale.
Compressors seem to be the thing I find that drive me nuts. I can't seem to find any that work more than a season.
I normally run 3 guns max on a roof, and normally just run the twin tank compressors. I just bought a 17 gallon instead to see if that works any better, so I'm crossing my fingers.