Impulse Nailer & Senco nails
Looking at the Paslode Impulse Framer.
I have numerous Senco nailers and God knows Senco nails
coming out of my ears. Will the impulse shoot the full round head
Senco nails? Can’t seem to get a straight answer from anyone around here.
30 degrees? paper tape or wire weld?
i think it's grip rite marketing their clipped heads as compatible with the paslode now, btw.
i think you might be asking for it. back when i was a youngster with my paslode under warranty, i put a clip of plastic collated nails in and broke the driver blade on about the 5th shot i think. i'm sure it could have been several diffent reasons, but i won't do it again.
call your local paslode repair place and ask what they think - they should have a good familiarity with nailer mechanics and the possibilities.
If you own an Impulse IM325 then yes, Senco framing nails will work. A lot of dealers will stock both Senco and Paslode nails simply because they're interchangable and if they run out of stock of Paslode they can sell Senco.
Put some in and try it.
Who dares, wins.
The Impulse is a fairly expensive delicate machine. Not really a production machine like in sheathing procedures.
Tho' Senco's might work in there I'd advise staying solely with Paslode products.
Could cause unnatural wear for saving minimal costs. Not worth the risk on this machine.
If you're planning on pushing that many nails thru it maybe a different gun would better suit the need.
of course that's just IMHO you understand
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