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a worker who attaches something by nailing it

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As a nailer, it has a full suite of up-to-the-minute features: dry-fire prevention, easily adjusted depth and pressure, both single and bump firing, and an excellent LED light (look for that on a regular air nailer
The CRN38K is the natural evolution of industrial roofing nailers," says Susan Young, Stanley-Bostitch Global Product Manager.
Earlier this year, Senco Products introduced a roofing coil nailer that features a straight-drive jaw configuration to guide nails into position.
I like my 15-gauge nailer best for these jobs; the nails are stout enough to push through the hard plaster and long enough to bite into the framing behind it.
If you're shopping for a finish nailer, I'd recommend the larger 15-gauge gun, simply because the fatter nails provide more holding power.
Hitachi Power Tools (NYSE:HIT) on October 14 announced an impressively light clipped head framing nailer that features Hitachi's new aggressive design.
It's both a framing nailer and a metal connector nailer.
But now Bostitch has come out with the LPF33PT, a low-profile nailer that measures 12-1/2 in.
A brad nailer is a small, lightweight tool that shoots skinny 18-gauge brad nails that are ideal for thin trim.
Paslode's CR175C Cordless Roofing Nailer ($489) is the newest member of its trim and framing gun line.
Nothing beats a top-quality nailer for cutting hours out of a framing project.
Senco offers two units: a 15-gauge trim nailer (FN65DA) for $400 and an 18-gauge brad nailer (FN55AX), also for $400.
With a big framing nailer, you get three to five shots and then you have to wait a few seconds for the compressor to catch up.
I paid $265 for this Senco brad nailer (top photo) in '85, and it only shoots 18-gauge brads from 5/8 to 1 in.