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    You can't have anything on me for skinny lol.
    I was actually a light weight hammer guy compared to some- I figured a fast swing was a better game than weight and I could really swing that framing hammer.

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    Default OT: Who Makes the Best Framing Nailer (had it with PC)

    The Stanley/Bostitch framing nailers were the go-to for contractors around here, a couple/three decades back anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trboatworks View Post
    You can't have anything on me for skinny lol.
    I was actually a light weight hammer guy compared to some- I figured a fast swing was a better game than weight and I could really swing that framing hammer.
    It was just the wife and I building our house, and since this was a first for me, being slow was actually a plus. I avoided many a f**k up by taking my time and thinking before I whacked in a 12d or 16D nail.........Bob


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