you are. If you can't infer the real question which is : What is the best hardwood nailer for the money please do not reply!
Riiiight...........*nutjob*:whistlingA well trained professional can use the cheap tools and get better results than an amateur with the most expensive tools. Like a good hair dresser, call one.
I'm at work. Getting paid to argue with you. Feel better now? Buy chinese if you so desire but when was the last time you did any work for the chinese? I buy American because Americans are my customers.:thumbsup:so you are saying a 2000 dollar table saw is better than a 200 dollar table saw with the same blade on it? As far as the flooring industry goes, no it isn't. (thats a metaphor)
I have a pni 3/8 flooring stapler, I saw they cost like 500 for the 3/4 inch pneumatic nailer, stanley and duo-fast is cheaper still, then there are some lesser known brands. it's the lesser known brands that i am curious about.
If you guys are so good why are you sitting at home?
Hey cheapass tool guy,Dear Smart Ass,
I'm sorry to hear that your wife is in the hospital. Maybe that is a good enough excuse for your irritable and annoying behavior. I asked a simple question. I am a small business owner who is trying to support my family. I don't have a lot of extra money to spend on sweet ass tools. I just wanted to know if someone knew of a good tool that doesn't cost a fortune. Now you have inundated my day with this conversation and I am no closer to a solution. Do you have any ideas or are you just blowing hot air?
Well there ya go, problem solved. If you sign up with Lowes moving you get a 10% coupon too.I am going with the bostitch from lowes because i get 10% off with the corp acct.