Anybody have experience with Harbor Freight air framing nailers, either the
round head or clipped head? What would be the advantage of one over the
other (I'm not sure I know exactly what the clipped head looks like). I
wouldn't be using the nailer on a day-in/day-out basis but for fix-up,
remolding, etc. projects on my old bungalow.
I'd appreciate any advise.
Some municipalities don't allow clipped head nails. If you're going to
be doing work that requires a permit, check with the building department
to find out if they allow clipped head nails before you make your
Not personal - but there were two guys in line to return them when I popped
in the local HF outlet. I have *no* idea whether that's two returns out'a
200; whether they wanted their money back; whether they were contractors,
Just thinking you might want to consider how you'd return it, if necessary.
I recently bought a reconditioned Porter Cable nailer for $189 from Amazon.
It has been perfect so far and I've used the heck out of it. Since clipped
heads are more common here, that's what I bought. We don't have the seismic
or hurricane troubles that other parts of the country experience.
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