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Cordless Roofing Nailer If you went anywhere near the Stanley-Bostitch booth, you’d hear the sound of genuinely innovative technology in action. The CRN38K Cordless Roofing Nailer made its debut at the show, with hundreds of attendees driving thousands of roofing nails, and not a hose or cord to be seen. This 8.1-pound, 20.4-volt tool uses a multi-blow action to drive 1-inch to 11/2-inch collated polymer-coated roofing nails, which come in disposable canisters of 120 nails. The tool is said to be suitable for installing shingles, felt, drip edge, and metal flashing. During an early field review, a torch-down roofing contractor also found this tool particularly useful for nailing down “shiners.” The new roofing nailer comes with two batteries, a charger,