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Posted on Brad and pin nailer, battery or air?

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controlfreak

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#1 posted 10-10-2019 12:46 PM

I think air is the way to go for me. I really like the reviews on the California air especially the noise level.

Next question is what size do I need? I don’t use any automotive tools. I have framing nailer on down to finish and plan on adding brad & pin. Now that I have permanent shop power I don’t have to worry about the load of a compressor so I plan on finding a space for it and adding a reel maybe. There may be times that I will need to move it out (like when my wife goes out of town and I expand my shop). The only unknown is I plan on getting a small spray cup gun in the future but have no idea what size tank is needed. I only see myself using one tool at a time.


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