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Old 12-13-2008, 08:45 PM   #1
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Chipped & Full round head nails, whats the reason ?


Whats the reason behind the two difference styles of heads ?

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I expect the chipped head nails were driven by a pneumatic nail gun.

I've seen some pneumatic nails that have a curved section cut out of the head so that the head of the next nail fits in that cut out section. That allows the gun to hold more nails.

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I expect the chipped head nails were driven by a pneumatic nail gun.

I've seen some pneumatic nails that have a curved section cut out of the head so that the head of the next nail fits in that cut out section. That allows the gun to hold more nails.
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I think this is the first time i didnt have to scroll to read a post with your name next to it Thanks for the response.

I have a full round head framing gun and when i use shorter nails (2" or 2-1/4 cant rember) they have a tendency to get jammed if i put two sticks in... i friend thought if the gun could except chipped maybe it would not jam being the nails would be closer together, similar to what your saying.
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Clipped head nails can be collated right next to each other with no gap. Full round head nails have to be spaced apart a little bit. More shots per magazine load with the clipped heads, smaller boxes (given the same weight).
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As KCT clarified, the actual classification is "Clipped" head.
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