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Old 03-18-2014, 08:32 AM   #1
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CPO tools is having a sale on factory reconditioned Framing nailers.
$99.00
And no I do not or ever have worked for CPO.
http://www.cpooutlets.com/factory-re...=em20140318&cy

Times are tough just trying to share a deal when I find one.

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Old 03-18-2014, 06:56 PM   #2
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ill pass, i know guys that have bought those and they blow apart on their own

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I use to own one---I bought it as a back up gun on a big job---then someone swiped my good gun---that Porter Cable framer worked well for me---I'm not a framer--but for remodeling use it was a good gun for me---(someone swiped that one about a year ago)
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The one I already owned was used for over 5 years without an issue until someone dropped it off a second story roof.
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Funny how they always work better before the long fall----
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Bought a new one, broke the mag on third nail, replaced parts, broke mag slide again on second clip, for sale....I'll keep my two Hitachi.

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