That is what caused my first comment. It looked like both nails went
in about the same distance which might have been the thickness of the
foam. You have to expect if it hit very the metal very hard it might
have bounced back a bit.
Ok, I went out and checked on the outside of the door.... which, yes, is
some sort of flimsy metal. There are two dimples with tip sized pinholes
on the out side, one from the nailgun and one from my pitching arm. :-)
I will try to take some more video of the outside of the door... and
I'll set up another firing into some 1" flight case foam I have for my
In the mean time, I need to run some 10/2 w/ground over to where my new
water heater is going.
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
Mike you crazy man! Thanks for going that before I did. Although I
was not at all going to believe that the nail would even reach the door
you did prove that the nail looses considerable speed and force in a
very short distance as opposed to common folk lore.
Now I assume the nail did not go through a body part first. ;~)
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