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Posted on Brad and pin nailer, battery or air?

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DRWard

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#1 posted 10-10-2019 06:21 PM

If I were a trim carpenter, I would probably go with battery powered nailers, but since I am a hobbiest woodworker and only work out of my shop, I like the pneumatic nailers. Years ago, I purchased a corded electric brad nailer, which I found to be very underpowered for some woods, I have never experience a similar problem with my pneumatic tools. I know there have been major improvements in the technology associate with battery powered tools (and I own quite a few), but since I have a very nice compressor, some reliable pneumatic tools, and I don’t have to transport any of them to a job site, I’ll stay with air-power.

-- Donn, North Carolina


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