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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. Quick Tips For Fixing Framing Nailer Jams

    Quick Tips For Fixing Framing Nailer Jams

    Nothing ties up work faster than a nail gun jam. It's a nuisance that can cut into your work, unnecessarily delaying projects. All nail guns will jam ...
  3. Fasten-Ating Facts: Understanding Nail Shank Types

    Fasten-Ating Facts: Understanding Nail Shank Types

    Often a make-or-break factor in roofing, pallet assembly or framing projects, nail shank type plays a critical role in U.S. building code. Using the w...
  4. 6 Critical FAQs Before Installing Hardwood Flooring

    6 Critical FAQs Before Installing Hardwood Flooring

    Nothing beats the ambiance and timelessness of wood floors. Hardwood flooring can last a hundred years or more, adding beauty and value to your home. ...
  5. How Screws Are Measured

    How Screws Are Measured

    Screws come in a variety of types and sizes for an endless number of construction tasks—from woodworking to metal roof installations. But, choose th...
  6. 6 Tips: Preserving Tool Battery Power in Cold Weather

    6 Tips: Preserving Tool Battery Power in Cold Weather

    Cordless tools are more common than ever these days, and what’s more, they keep improving as manufacturers continue to innovate. You’ve probably n...
  7. 10 Surprising Facts About Wood

    10 Surprising Facts About Wood

    Recently, we were asked what type of nailer to use with a specific wood. And it got us thinking—what about wood? We talk a lot about tools and faste...
  8. The Year in Review - Our Top 10 Blog Articles of 2018

    The Year in Review - Our Top 10 Blog Articles of 2018

    As the year begins to wind down, it's time to reflect, and review the stuff our readers found most interesting. Below are our Top 10, most-read articl...
  9. Prevent Burnout By Oiling An Air Nailer Or Stapler

    Prevent Burnout By Oiling An Air Nailer Or Stapler

    Considering how much they can cost, and how hard they work, air tools are really an investment. That’s why oiling an air nailer (or stapler) is so i...
  10. Rebuilding A Paslode PowerMaster Nailer

    Rebuilding A Paslode PowerMaster Nailer

    If you’ve noticed your pneumatic nailer skipping, leaking air or acting sluggish, it might be time for a tune-up. O-rings are among several nailer c...

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