M18 Fuel 15 Gauge Finish Nailer 18-Volt Battery, Charger & Bag
The m18 fuel 15 gauge finish nailer 18-volt battery brings the best of the best to your worksite, combining the comfort, control and efficiency of a pneumatic gun with unmatched driving power, speed and accuracy of both nail placement and drive depth. Delivering on the promise of peak productivity and far less hassle and cost of ownership the M18 FUEL 15-Gauge Finish Nailer operates from the revolutionary REDLITHIUM Battery for unbeatable power and run-time, eliminating the mess and maintenance of gas cartridges. Using the exceptional application speed, torque and durability of our compact POWERSTATE Brushless Motor, plus our Ready to Fire technology, this tool is capable of fully sinking 2-1/2 in. nails into solid oak with zero ramp-up time. It also includes REDLINK PLUS Intelligence, the most advanced electronic system on the market, to prevent damage to the nailer and battery from overloading and overheating. No other cordless nailer on earth will outperform or outlast Milwaukee Tool’s.
The History Of Nail Guns
Our Nail guns are air tools that are made to drive nails into wood with a single blast of air from a compressed air tank. Nail guns have replayed hammers on framers job sites since they are so much more efficient. The nail gun was designed and invented by Morris Pynoos in 1950 to speed-up the building process. The original nail guns could produce 40 – 60 nails in one minute and hold 400-600 nails. Nail guns use long clips to hold nails deploying often 50 – 100 nails per fill-up. Nail guns are alright because they increase the muscle in your entire arm spreading the wear and tear.
m18 Fuel 15 Gauge Finish Nailer 18-Volt Battery
The original way was obviously ruff on the worker over a long period of time. Nail guns are known for the noise of the air compressor clicking on and rattling the floor. The top two nail gun scenes in the movies were Lethal Weapon and in the Final Destination 3 movies home improvement store. In the United States, about 42,000 people every year go to emergency rooms with injuries from nail guns. The 23 gauge micro pin is rapidly gaining ground as users find that it leaves a much smaller hole than brad nails, thereby eliminating the time normally taken to fill holes and presenting a far better looking finished product.