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#1 posted 01-27-2018 02:39 AM


Jbay, what I find amusing about his statement is it really doesn t matter whether you use the gun or a nail set. The nail gun will do a much better job of hiding the nail than a nail set. You don t have to worry that the nail set slips off the nail and makes a larger mess…......

Some people have good things to offer, and some don t…...... Jerry (in Tucson)

- Nubsnstubs


Thanks Jerry,
I get much cleaner result using the gun.
Too many times the punch slides off the brad and ends up putting a punch hole next to the brad doubling the mess.

Perhaps I will try that method next time. It would keep me from trying to swing a hammer in confined spaces, or risking missing the nail and hitting the workpiece.

- IantheTinker


Takes a little getting used to knowing where the pin will hit, but after you get the hang of it it makes it pretty easy.


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