Cordless Nail Gun: Cutting the cord

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The Old House Web
This cordless framing nailer gives professionals and avid do-it-yourselfers a cost-effective and timesaving solution for power fastening. In addition to framing, the tool will tackle joists, rafters, soffits, stairs, sheathing, and roof and floor decks.

Lighter and more efficient than a pneumatic, the Impulse tackles tight spots with ease. It will drive up to 1,200 fasteners without refueling, and up to 4,000 fasteners without recharging. The tool sells for $350 to $400. Nails and rechargable battery packs ($50) are sold separately (March 2005).

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