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Old 06-20-2013, 07:33 PM   #16
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It's not that I don't have options, but I keep the Paslode Impulse guns with me at all times. It's very rare for me to pull out a compressor these days. I even picked up the JacPac CO2 kit for my pinners. As far as fuel, I might go through $100 to $150 of fuel in a years time. Maybe another $50 in cleaning solvent and oil. $200 a year for the convenience is money in the bank in the long run.

If I ever go back to trimming new construction, I'll entertain the idea of a compressor again, but in finished homes, hoses are absurd.
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I was waiting for that picture!
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i knew this pic was coming.. i havent seen it in a while or is this the latest collection..

i was just looking on amazon tonight.. and i might be adding the hitachi 15 gauge this weekend.. with the coupon i can get it delivered to my door for $125.. its normally $350
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I will be looking at Hitachi for future guns---I have that new framer and like it---
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That is some hardware for certain.

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