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Old 09-05-2011, 05:43 AM   #31
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I agree, very very nice job. The look is fresh and crisp, very nice!!!!!!!

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Old 09-05-2011, 11:22 AM   #32
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I guess I am lucky, no carpenters around here would touch either product, they do carpentry, we do the finish work, as it should be.

I do wish they would counter sink their brad work through.
*****, *****, *****. And you still think Mickey is a guy?

Countersink? What mean you by this? You wanna mess with me? This finish nail gun could nail your complaining posterior, or at least enough pieces of stretched old man flesh to this kitchen faster than anyone would hear you scream.

I don't own a countersink. I never will! Actually, I do not think I know what one looks like. I power nail trim. If you do not like it, buy your own and sink the heads of nails under the surface.
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Old 09-05-2011, 06:05 PM   #33
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I don't understand ?

You ever try sanding and painting after the carpenter shoots 20 or so brads in a corner joint with about a dozen of them still sticking out?
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I don't need your stinking nail punch!

i hope Sd is goofing. I've met that type. I carry a 55 gal drum, pump fed caulking machine for that type...
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Old 09-06-2011, 03:51 AM   #35
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I don't need your stinking nail punch!

i hope Sd is goofing. I've met that type. I carry a 55 gal drum, pump fed caulking machine for that type...

I hope so too, but am still not sure where he was going
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I don't need your stinking nail punch!

i hope Sd is goofing. I've met that type. I carry a 55 gal drum, pump fed caulking machine for that type...
Yes SD is goofing. I carried nailsets and found the same annoyance. I hate trying to get aluminum gunned nails down just because some trim carpenter was racing or did not turn the pressure up. Of course my fave was the guy who swore he was on the job and proceeded to fire nails into extruded foam trim for a dirt cheap client. I had no trouble dealing with those nail heads. Nails protruded through the other side of the wall though and the moulding didn't seem to stick.


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