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I live near Toronto canada and can't find nails for the above notes nail gun. can you recommend a retailer that carries this product (nails)

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Lowes.com. Thanks for asking and I hope this helps out.Please leave me 4 thumbs up.

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Hi foxden503,

Welcome to fixya!

As a general rule, framing nailers use anywhere from 45 to 120 psi to drive nails. But this also depends on the hardness of the wood.
The nail head should be flush with the surface. If it sticks above the wood, increase the pressure a little bit at a time until you achieve this goal.

Hope this helps. If it does, I'd appreciate your vote. Thanks,

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I AM LOOKING FOR AN ELECTRIC ROOFING NAIL GUN, DO YOU CARRY AND WHAT BRAND NAME AT WHAT PRICE?


Raymond - Fixya does not carry or sell tools.

I recommend you go to an online retailer like Amazon.com. Search for "electric roofing nailer", or just "electric nailer" and see what you find. Amazon.com is good source for tool specifications and customer reviews. You don't have to buy from Amazon, but its a good place to research what's out there.

I can tell you one thing...electric (corded) nailers that shoot a nail of that size are uncommon. If you're looking for an alternative to pneumatic, other options include gas-driven (takes a small gas canister - usually a butane mix)...a common brand for this is Paslode. Another option is a cordless battery nailer - I believe Bostitch makes a cordless roofing nailer.

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The one MM of difference you mention is the reason why you do not have the pressure you did have. Get rid of those 31MM brads and get the 18 gauge. Home Depot carries the Bostitch line. I would go there or to homedepot.com

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Here are a few tips on buying nails for your nailer. Nails are sold in two basic categories, clip head and full round head. The clip head are lower in price and are usually taped on glued together with no spacing between them. The full round head have spacing between each nail and are held together with plastic. Some nailguns can use both types. It is important to verify the angle of your gun. To measure the exact angle use a straitedge along length of rails and a protractor at the barrel of the gun. Place the protractor on the barrel with the 90 and 0 degrees aligned with the barrel and hold the straitedge aligned with the rails and the 0 degree mark. Read the angle. You may find that your gun measures a different angle. Nails are sold from 0 to 34 degree. 34 degree is usually clip head for Paslode, Senco, Hitachi and other brands. I find that many brands of nails do not list the angle, but list the name of the gun instead. This makes it difficult for non-branded guns. Take the protractor into the store and measure the angle of the nails or place the nails on the outside of the rails to see if they align with the barrel. Shop several stores because nails vary by brand. Once you verify the perfect fit, ask for a sample strip to try in your gun. When you identify the angle and type, use this information to shop for price. Most nails are imported from around the world, however there are nails still produced in the US costing more. Home Depot and Lowes do not carry a full range of nails.
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