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23-gauge Pin Nailers Change Everything

These pneumatic trim guns are compact and lightweight, and fire nails so small that they barely leave a trace

On many job sites, a 23-ga. pin nailer might be a specialty tool, but Arkansas builder Gary Striegler sees them as becoming more mainstream. In this tool review, Striegler and his building crew test eight pneumatic pin nailers, rating a Nikle nailer best overal and a Bostitch pinner as best value. He also discusses fastener length and the best places to use pin nails. In a sidebar, Striegler outlines the types of headless pins available.

23-gauge Pin Nailers Change Everything
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