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Freeman 9-Piece Complete Nail Gun Combo Kit with 21° Framing Nailer and Finish Nailer Assortment $279.88

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Would this be overkill for me? I need to put new baseboards throughout the entire house. I'm assuming I'd also need some type of air compressor? I've never owned any air tools or pneumatics I guess is what they are called
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Would this be overkill for me? I need to put new baseboards throughout the entire house.
Yes.

Instead of nailing in new baseboard, use some liquid nails paneling adhesive or the like.

No nail holes, and will likely hold better than nails into drywall.
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Yes.

Instead of nailing in new baseboard, use some liquid nails paneling adhesive or the like.

No nail holes, and will likely hold better than nails into drywall.
Someone at some point will have to remove those baseboards. If you're planning on keeping the house for the long run, do yourself a favor and don't resort to glue.
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Yes.

Instead of nailing in new baseboard, use some liquid nails paneling adhesive or the like.

No nail holes, and will likely hold better than nails into drywall.
Baseboards are not meant to be permanent. If you sell your house, the next owner will hire a witch doctor to put a curse on your family after he destroys the drywall trying to remove them.
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Someone at some point will have to remove those baseboards. If you're planning on keeping the house for the long run, do yourself a favor and don't resort to glue.
I have plaster walls and old so removing the baseboards did some damage to the plaster already.... should i fill those gaps or just finish nail into somewhere else
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Great tools. I have this set, and some Dewalt. I've actually had zero trouble out of these so far.
My Dewalt are kind of finicky on which brand fastener I use in them
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I had issues with my Freeman pin nailer. Not quality tools.
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