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Husky Framing Nailer - Home Depot In store & online $88

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Husky 21 Degree Framing Nailer in Home Depot Gift Center AND online (FREE SHIPPING) for $88, usually $159. Savings of $71 and GREAT reviews!
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can anyone explain the different kind of nailers and why one is better than the other. or a website will do
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can anyone explain the different kind of nailers and why one is better than the other. or a website will do
https://www.lowes.com/projects/wo...de/project
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can anyone explain the different kind of nailers and why one is better than the other. or a website will do
you probably need just a brad nailer Smilie
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can anyone explain the different kind of nailers and why one is better than the other. or a website will do
They shoot different sizes of nails. Some are smoother or fit in smaller spaces
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Typically brad nailers are more useful but framing nailers are nice when building a deck or a shed or something with a lot of lumber
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It's a "framing" nailer. You use this while doing actual framing, generally with 2x material. Brad nails are for finish work and smaller material
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I have this nailer it's a beast and durable. I used it to put a deck roof together, made raise garden beds and a trellis and countless other projects. One thing you need to know is that if you have 4 to 5 nails in the chamber it won't fire so to remedy that issue load another magazine in and pull the slider loader back and let go so that it'll pushes the remaining left over nails up. That way you won't waste nails.

Btw it is heavy! So building anything vertical from 6ft up be prepare for a work out. It is a decent gun that will do 99% of your home project.
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I have this nailer it's a beast and durable. I used it to put a deck roof together, made raise garden beds and a trellis and countless other projects. One thing you need to know is that if you have 4 to 5 nails in the chamber it won't fire so to remedy that issue load another magazine in and pull the slider loader back and let go so that it'll pushes the remaining left over nails up. That way you won't waste nails.

Btw it is heavy! So building anything vertical from 6ft up be prepare for a work out. It is a decent gun that will do 99% of your home project.
The problem you're describing is actually a feature of the nailer called the "dry fire protection", i.e., it will not fire when it detects that it has a few nails left to let you know that you need to reload.
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