Bammer nailer fuel cell replacement
It's a great gun for small jobs. Uses one inch to two and a half inch, fifteen gauge nails. It takes a little effort to prime the combustion chamber with gas, when you press it down. Sometimes gets a little sketchy when you are trying to fit it into a small corner, or you are on a ladder trying to reach far. You have to hold the gun at an almost perfect ninety degree angle or it might slide away from your intended point of impact before you pull the trigger. In my opinion that's really the only bad point abut the gun, It takes effort to compress the chamber before firing each nail. I have popeye forearms so that's never been a problem for me, but some people I've lent the gun to, have complained about this.
It's super-easy to clear jams. Just pop the clip at the top of the feeder. Has plenty of power. Is easily adjustable to sink your nails to the precise depth you want.
If you can get past the lack of fuel cells, and don't have weak arms/wrists.... go for it.
Tell the pawn guy that no cells are available and you will only pay twenty. And even then only if it comes with one or two empty cells. They can be refilled.... With no fuel cells, the gun is completely useless.
I will give you twenty for two empty cells, as long as the seals seem intact!
Last edited by delusional; 03-23-2011 at 07:15 PM.