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    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    What would be the advantage of a clipped head nail?

    As far as I can tell, the clipped head allows them to be stacked at a steeper angle…thus more nails can fit into a gun of approximately the same size.

    Aside from that…nothing. They are the same.

    Thank you for the explanation Jon, makes sense now.

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    Fayetteville, NC

    #404990
    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    thats about the same i figured out too

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    #405330
    DirtyWhiteBoy
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    Honolulu,, Hi.

    with all of the plastic collation pieces flying around.

    We call that plastic stuff flying around the popcorn.

    #405335
    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    with all of the plastic collation pieces flying around.

    We call that plastic stuff flying around the popcorn.

    safety glasses 😛

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    #407481
    kurt@welkerhomes.com
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    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    What would be the advantage of a clipped head nail?

    As far as I can tell, the clipped head allows them to be stacked at a steeper angle…thus more nails can fit into a gun of approximately the same size.

    Aside from that…nothing. They are the same.

    Thank you for the explanation Jon, makes sense now.

    Paslode makes a 31 degree full head with the head offset to the shank of the nail to allow the higher capacity guns to be used for items that requires a full head nail.here is some more information and photo’s.

    http://www.framingnailerhub.com/clipped-head-vs-round-head/

    #407775
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    with all of the plastic collation pieces flying around.

    We call that plastic stuff flying around the popcorn.

    safety glasses 😛

    That goes without saying when using any nailgun or when ever you’re on the jobsite.
    It’s when the popcorn hits you in the snot trough or flys down you shirt that it’s not cool.

    #408160
    jponto07
    Moderator
    Bloomington, IN

    with all of the plastic collation pieces flying around.

    We call that plastic stuff flying around the popcorn.

    safety glasses 😛

    That goes without saying when using any nailgun or when ever you’re on the jobsite.
    It’s when the popcorn hits you in the snot trough or flys down you shirt that it’s not cool.

    For such a small piece of plastic, they sure don’t feel good when they hit you in the face! Glasses are a must!

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    #420583
    Anonymous
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    I’m been using the bosch framing gun pass 2 years. I shot over 30 boxes didn’t even jamb on me once. I oil it daily and have speacial mix half lucasfullsyntheticoil and other half just regular pneaumatic oil. I use it at 100 psi. Mine is sn350 34c and it works flawless

    #420587
    jponto07
    Moderator
    Bloomington, IN

    I’m been using the bosch framing gun pass 2 years. I shot over 30 boxes didn’t even jamb on me once. I oil it daily and have speacial mix half lucasfullsyntheticoil and other half just regular pneaumatic oil. I use it at 100 psi. Mine is sn350 34c and it works flawless

    Why the Lucas synthetic? Link?

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    #420590
    ChadM
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    Rogers, Ohio

    That goes without saying when using any nailgun or when ever you’re on the jobsite.
    It’s when the popcorn hits you in the snot trough or flys down you shirt that it’s not cool.

    That and all those plastic nubs make a heck of a mess…by time you finish framing a house there are tons if those things.

    Chad

    A Working Pro since 1993

    Member since 12/07/2013

    #421257
    CrpntrFeak
    Pro
    Globe, AZ

    Not sure of the model I have but I got it a couple years ago. It sits on the shelf and I stuck with my trusty Hitachi.

    When I first got the Bosch it literally sounded like a pistol. It was VERY loud. Forget about using it inside for remodeling. I used it off and on then it started only sinking the nails halfway. Put it on the shelf and have been using the Hitachi.

    #421310
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    I’ve been using my fully nailer quite a while now and i love it.
    no regets so far.

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    #421381
    kurt@welkerhomes.com
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    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    I’m been using the bosch framing gun pass 2 years. I shot over 30 boxes didn’t even jamb on me once. I oil it daily and have speacial mix half lucasfullsyntheticoil and other half just regular pneaumatic oil. I use it at 100 psi. Mine is sn350 34c and it works flawless

    Why the Lucas synthetic? Link?

    I hear a lot of guys running the Lucas or AmSol synthetics, they swear by them. Most of them also drink the Cool Aid of the synthetics. Or are “dealers” , especially the AmSol guy’s. I have never had problems using standard gun oils.

    #421545
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    ’ve been using my fully nailer quite a while now

    What’s a fully nailer??

    #421563
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    ’ve been using my fully nailer quite a while now

    What’s a fully nailer??

    look at the topic name

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    #421575
    Doobie
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    ’ve been using my fully nailer quite a while now

    What’s a fully nailer??

    look at the topic name

    I don’t get that either….

    #421579
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    full head nailer. i thought you get it. better?!
    sry for the misunderstanding 😀

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    #421598
    DirtyWhiteBoy
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    Honolulu,, Hi.

    I’m been using the bosch framing gun pass 2 years. I shot over 30 boxes didn’t even jamb on me once. I oil it daily and have speacial mix half lucasfullsyntheticoil and other half just regular pneaumatic oil. I use it at 100 psi. Mine is sn350 34c and it works flawless

    Why the Lucas synthetic? Link?

    I hear a lot of guys running the Lucas or AmSol synthetics, they swear by them. Most of them also drink the Cool Aid of the synthetics. Or are “dealers” , especially the AmSol guy’s. I have never had problems using standard gun oils.

    Using motor oils in air nailer is a bad thing if the oil has detergent in it and most all of them do. It breaks down the rubber parts in the gun like all the seals and piston rings are rubber.

    #421734
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    I’m been using the bosch framing gun pass 2 years. I shot over 30 boxes didn’t even jamb on me once. I oil it daily and have speacial mix half lucasfullsyntheticoil and other half just regular pneaumatic oil. I use it at 100 psi. Mine is sn350 34c and it works flawless

    Why the Lucas synthetic? Link?

    I hear a lot of guys running the Lucas or AmSol synthetics, they swear by them. Most of them also drink the Cool Aid of the synthetics. Or are “dealers” , especially the AmSol guy’s. I have never had problems using standard gun oils.

    i just heard about peeps using AmSoil for air compressor but not in nailer

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    #421866
    Doobie
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    I’m been using the bosch framing gun pass 2 years. I shot over 30 boxes didn’t even jamb on me once. I oil it daily and have speacial mix half lucasfullsyntheticoil and other half just regular pneaumatic oil. I use it at 100 psi. Mine is sn350 34c and it works flawless

    Why the Lucas synthetic? Link?

    I hear a lot of guys running the Lucas or AmSol synthetics, they swear by them. Most of them also drink the Cool Aid of the synthetics. Or are “dealers” , especially the AmSol guy’s. I have never had problems using standard gun oils.

    Using motor oils in air nailer is a bad thing if the oil has detergent in it and most all of them do. It breaks down the rubber parts in the gun like all the seals and piston rings are rubber.

    This is very true. Detergents in air tools is a nono. I was asked when dealing with a Senco nailer problem I was having a few years ago whether I was using an oil that had any detergents in it. I always used paslode oil which I’d buy at the store, but apparently people will use any oil they have laying around which if it has detergents can eat away at the O rings.

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