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Two Senco hardware nailers are put to the test
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Get faster dry-in and a tighter building envelope without housewrap.
I have used or owned most of the metal-connector nailers on the market, so when I heard that Paslode was introducing a new, smaller Positive Placement tool, I was eager to try it.
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