These days, it's hard to stay
competitive without using
stick nailers, so most builders
give plenty of thought to the
purchase and maintenance of pneumatic
tools. But when it comes to the
fasteners we run through them, you
might think, "What's the difference?
Nails are nails." At the very least, the
difference between nails affects the performance
and reliability of the air tools
used to drive them. In some cases, the
strength of your structural connections
and even the legality of your trade practices
could be in question. With more
choices than ever in collated nails, it's
best to make sure you have the right
nail for the job.
Clipped- or Round-Head?
The decision to go with clipped-head