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I've never had a fitting break off my nailers before and now that I have these 2 max nailers they both broke off inside the threads within a month of having them. To be fair the one I did today I can understand I don't think I could have dropped a joist more perfectly but the other one fell like 4' and broke off. I think that one was a cheaper fitting though.
 

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I've never had a fitting break off my nailers before and now that I have these 2 max nailers they both broke off inside the threads within a month of having them. To be fair the one I did today I can understand I don't think I could have dropped a joist more perfectly but the other one fell like 4' and broke off. I think that one was a cheaper fitting though.
should think about getting a better gun next time. Duur
 

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Goto a hydraulic supply shop and get some good steel fittings. The brass ones are junk. I never thought I'd admit the amount of money I spend on air fittings. But the expensive 20$ each quick couples are worth the money. Depressing when you have 15 hoses at most times.
 

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frankpgosteli said:
it's the **** product you bought. Never in my life have I heard of your issue. It happened to you twice. Wtf buy better plugs
Look genius, as I stated it's not the gun. It's the fitting. I have no problem admitting that the fittings I bought were cheap. But to say it's the guns fault cause the fitting broke is dumb.
 
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