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Anyone use the Freeman nailers or have one? I had a harbor Freight Brad/finish nailer and it stopped working on me and want to get something that'll last a little longer. Thought of the Dewalt anyone using these? The pinner and the staple guns?

Freeman Nailers - 23 Gauge Pinner

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Hi Charles

I don't have the Freeman but I do have the one below,it's a great pinner and have used it on many jobs, I would say I have use over 5000 pins and still like new..

Amazon.com: Grip 23 Gauge Air Pin Nailer: Home Improvement
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Thanks Bob for the link, what brand is that?
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Hi Charles

Name is Grip, made by Grand Pneumatic Products

I'm sure it's China thing, the only thing I didn't like about was it had a lame safety switch on it, was made out of some sheet metal, that was a take off item in a heart beat
but other than it's a great tool

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