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  • Nov 30, 2011

    bkphilly  from philadelphia, pa, Rating:3.0

    Granted, I don't know much about nail guns. But after receiving this one, I realized that you need a compressor and other things to use it. After learning this, it had to be returned since the compressor cost was not worth it for the project i was working on. Ended up buying Loctite molding adhesive - hopefully this and good ole manual hammer and nails will do the job!

  • Oct 19, 2014

    Retired DIYer  from Bel Air, MD, Rating:4.0

    While I haven't used it to install a hardwood floor yet, I did do some hand rail installation and have no complaints. I hesitate to rate anything excellent if they perform as they are expected to. If it does as well on hardwood installation, I would consider the value excellent since it was much cheaper than anything I looked at in Lowes or Depot.

  • theis nail gun work very well,

    Mar 27, 2012

    elsiegon  from Tarboro, NY, Rating:5.0

    am very pleased with my purchase the way the product does exactly what I need it to do.

  • Great value for a hardwood floor nailer

    Nov 27, 2014

    Rudeney  from Birmignham, AL, Rating:5.0

    I purchased this tool to install Shaw Epic 3/8 inch thick engineered hardwood flooring. Unlike most flooring that is installed by stapling through the top of the tongue, this particular flooring requires stapling through the lower groove. This means that the guide needs to sit just about 1/8 inch off the floor to drive the staple in the correct position. Unfortunately, there are very few tools fit this specification, and the ones that do cost $*** and up. The less expensive adjustable staplers (including this one) seem to have a minimum setting of 1/2 inch. Given the great price of this tool, I decided to take a chance to see if I could adapt it to work. I was easily able to modify the guide by grinding about an 1/8 inch off the metal part of it, and then I extended the adjustment slots in the plastic part. Once I did this, the guide shoe fit perfectly onto the lower section of the groove in the flooring planks and the staples were driven correctly. The exhaust cap on top of ...

  • Perfect for engineered hardwood.

    Dec 12, 2014

    In_philly  from Philadelphia, Rating:4.0

    This was the perfect thing to lay down 150 sq. ft. of 1/2" engineered wood. For larger jobs I recommend getting a second nail gun for face nailing since switching back and forth was time consuming. Other than that it was perfect.

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