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It is a better, safer practice for new guys to learn bottom to top so can remember to remove there hand. Over time if they wanna switch it up then by all means. You just don't want a new kid learning how to respect to nailer the hard way. I would side with your instructor on this.
 

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I knew it hit me.. but didn't realize it stuck.. went to reach for the next stud and "hey wtf" :laughing:
Maybe you would be best not tontuen your air pressure up :)
@TimUhler with the high pressure system have you guys ever had a poopsie? I'd think that bad boy would put it right through.

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no. we give a labor price on the whole job based on square footage. the GCs source and supply the material. standard practice here. I guess framers supply material in Canada? weird.
We supply nails, and depending on contract for anything else. I have done supply and install on some jobs.

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