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Decks, it's just positive thinking, It had the best reviews of all the Siding/Fencing coil nailers, comes with a case, single fire or bump fire, not bad on the weight, carries more nails than my Paslode PMP's, so I don't have to reload as often. The nails are cheaper! I don't have anymore wood fences scheduled for this year so it will be after the New Year before it gets a real test. But everybody says it's the best in it's class so I think it'll be my new favorite Nail gun and if it is I'll buy 3 more this spring. 2 per crew!:thumbup:
 

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Decks, it's just positive thinking, It had the best reviews of all the Siding/Fencing coil nailers, comes with a case, single fire or bump fire, not bad on the weight, carries more nails than my Paslode PMP's, so I don't have to reload as often. The nails are cheaper! I don't have anymore wood fences scheduled for this year so it will be after the New Year before it gets a real test. But everybody says it's the best in it's class so I think it'll be my new favorite Nail gun and if it is I'll buy 3 more this spring. 2 per crew!:thumbup:
Well sounds like you did your homework, I don't think you can go wrong with Makita. :thumbsup:
 
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