August 10, 2010

Popular Mechanics Cordless Finish Gun Test

nail-guns.jpgMy latest article for Popular Mechanics was posted up yesterday. In this one, I compared the various fuel types available for cordless finish guns. In other words I pitted the DeWalt against the Paslode against the Senco Fusion. As a control, I also threw in the Bosch pneumatic. A few of the test results are pretty surprising, so if you're into finish guns or if you're even just part of the tech crowd, it might be worth a look see.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at August 10, 2010 5:30 AM
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Great review, I only wonder if over the long haul, the pneumatic guns wouldn't perform better since they have less moving parts that the battery operated versions. That is working under the assumption that these tools aren't used by pros day in and day out.


Posted by: Rob at August 10, 2010 9:47 AM
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