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  1. The Difference Between Bump and Sequential Firing

    The Difference Between Bump and Sequential Firing

    For the novice nailer, the difference between bump and sequential firing can spark confusion. But understanding these firing types can prevent purcha...
  2. Power At Hand: The Dewalt DCFS950 Fencing Stapler

    Power At Hand: The Dewalt DCFS950 Fencing Stapler

    If there’s one job that could benefit from using a cordless tool, it’s agricultural fencing. Particularly livestock and utility fencing, which pla...
  3. MAX Raises the 'Bar' with the PowerLite System

    MAX Raises the 'Bar' with the PowerLite System

    Imagine considerably cutting down on tool weight, yet gaining a ton of power. No need to imagine, as that's precisely what the MAX USA Corp. PowerLite...

Whats New

  1. Quality Tools Made in the USA

    Quality Tools Made in the USA

    Just like you, we love to support American-made. We carry tools and other items by Paslode, RolAir, Occidental, Senco, and Dewalt, five brands who pr...
  2. Fencing, Flooring & Framing! New Freeman Tools

    Fencing, Flooring & Framing! New Freeman Tools

    Nail Gun Depot is excited to announce a slew of new additions to our Freeman tools lineup! Founded in 2008, the Georgia-based company is known for dep...
  3. Fasten-ating Facts: DA and FN Finish Nails Explained

    Fasten-ating Facts: DA and FN Finish Nails Explained

    You’re ready to install wood trim and have decided on an angled finish nailer. When you order the fasteners, however, you find two types of 15-gauge...
  4. Driving A Fine Point: 3 Micro-Pin Nailers Compared

    Driving A Fine Point: 3 Micro-Pin Nailers Compared

    The micro-pin nailer reigns supreme, as tool of choice for trim carpenters, finish woodworkers, and anyone else who works on cabinets, finish and trim...