Question one is what is a good power tool for doing the job? I have used a remington tool where you load it up with a nail and shell and hit it with a hammer and it shoots the nail into the wood. This was secure the bottom board to the cement floor and the nails had collars on them. I am looking for something to get the nails flush with the wood strip so that the drywall will be flat against the strip.
Other question is should I consider using construction adhesive for attaching the drywall to the furring strips? A lot of adhesive's claim to be the latest technology and an alternative to nailing or screwing drywall. What do you think?