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if your referring to the one with flames on it.....

I'd say it works alright, a buddy of mine got one and let me nail some joists up when I visited his site one day.

I'll let you know any negative feedback that he gives me...:cool:
 

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"the green hornet" has been performing well for us for almost 6 months... just keep it clean and oiled.
I bought it on sale thinking it would end up being a backup pistol.
I was wrong.
My guys like it.

Why dont framing guns come with a storage box!
 

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i was wondering the same thing as to why they don't come in a case.any other tool usually has a case.i ended up building my own.the other thing i wonder is why the angle of the nails are not all the same degrees.
 

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wdwrkr75 said:
what is the purpose of the cliped head nail as opposed to the regular framing nails in a regular framing gun
I believe they're just so you can fit more nails on a clip, - - and at a lesser angle.

Some areas don't allow them anymore, - - as they don't have as much pull-out resistance.
 

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Mike Finley said:
My Porter Cable F350 came with a case, I thought they all did?
I'm seeing more and more tools coming without a hard case. Most combo kits come in bags now. My assumption is that the tool companies are just cutting back on costs. I hate the bag my combo kit came in - they never seem to all fit back in properly!
 
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