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Don Monfils

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I got a new hardwood nailer.
These are supposed to be the cream of the crop.
It’s a combo 18 gauge stapler/ cleat nailer.
Can’t wait to try it out!

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Looks neat Don. I wish I had your energy level. Just watching what you do tires me out. :oops:
That reminds me. It's bedtime....:)
 

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Yup, I've wanted one but don't do much nail down here. The 18ga cleat great for extra hard wood preventing splits.
 

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D89F6384-5F0A-483E-9E12-CA391EE973C8.jpeg This thing is AWESOME!
We’re in the middle of a 2500 sq. ft. engineered job. Best new tool I have bought in a long time!
 

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Looks a lot like work. I can remember doing 30-40 sheets of underlayment with a nailer using a mallet. But I also have done 20 sheets with a hammer and ringshank nails.
 

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With this nailer it just takes the slightest tap with the mallet.
You can almost run across the floor and nail.

I still have a Duo-fast strike tacker for underlayment.
 

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Yeah its been out for a few years. Wish I had more nail jobs. Meanwhile I have 3 different staplers sitting around doing nothing.
 

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