I am only on my second job with a Paslode (250 and a 350) and am
truing to secure the 38mm softwood boards to the top of a deck.
Exerything is softwood pressure treated etc. As the boards are 38mm
and the supports are 150mm deep I plumbed for 90mm mails to ensure no
lifting... however the gun appears to leave the nail proud by about
20mm (average) - so I tried the 72mm nails (same problem). I am
holding the dun at the correct angle (perpendicular) and in firm
contact with the surface. The gun has only fired about 500 nails so
far (3 months ago).
Any ideas what I am doing wrong as I thaught the paslode had more
Going from memory, my paslode nailers are at home in the workshop -
there is a slider mechanism that adjusts with the provided allen key
that adjusts to either sink the nails or leave it proud, mind you 20mm
seems a bit much for that. Also try you holding the gun down as with
put one hand on the top by the fan as you fire.
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