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Old March 21st, 2013, 12:34 PM
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Question Nail Gun Opinions Wanted

I need a air operated nail gun, and I'm not sure which of the many styles (not brand names) to get; I'm not interested in the self contained 'Paslode' gas nailer, or using screws for a deck

I will use it for framing, and for deck boards; basically build a pressure treated deck

I have seen offerings of different degree angle, 34*, 24*, 21*

in all my years I have always used a hammer, so this is a new tool I know nothing about

I want to do straight nailing for the deck boards but will also need to toenail joist

I would appreciate any recommendations, the angle is what really has me stumped


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I bought a Ridgid Framing Nailer, this one uses full round head nails as opposed to the clip point head

the guy at Home Depot gave me $30 off as it had been opened and the packing material was missing, leading me to believe it had been returned
It worked fine yesterday and it will be used all day today
one thing I like about HD, even if theres noting wrong with it they will still take it back and Ridgid gives a 90 return if unsatisfied and also a lifetime warranty



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