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  • R350PNA Palm Nailer???

    Just noticed this new product. Trying to think of a advantage to this other than looks good for tight areas.
    What is this product designed for and how do the nails feed?

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    Re: R350PNA Palm Nailer???

    The nails are hand fed one at a time.
    Nailing in tight spots is really their only purpose.

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    • #3
      Re: R350PNA Palm Nailer???

      Yes, I too have seen this tool. Very interesting idea. Unsure if I would personally have the need for buying something such as this, as I'm more of a guy who prefers screws over nails for just about everything. But it is a slick design. Feels good in your hand.

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      • #4
        Re: R350PNA Palm Nailer???

        a palm nailer is excellent for tight spaces. For example, in a corner where even a hammer won't fit. Typically the palm nailer has a magnetic head, it holds the nail, you push and rat-tat-tat the nail is secure!
        I used a palm nailer to secure joist hangers in some tight spots and did not even break a sweat!

        Some palm nailers even offer a myriad of optional attachments. This provides even more flexibility it their uses.


        Cactus Man

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        • #5
          Re: R350PNA Palm Nailer???

          they are nice for joist hangers and such
          9/11/01, never forget.

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          • #6
            Re: R350PNA Palm Nailer???

            I have a Bostitch palm nailer and even though I don't use it often, it really is handy in a tight spot. I've used it for toenailing in tight spots many times.

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