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    There are several nail gun dimensions to choose from. There are models measuring 9 x 10 x 1 (L x W x H) inches. Other nail guns sold on the Internet have dimensions of 8 x 8 x 2. There are also some units that come in at 10 x 9 x 2 inches. 

    Facts about the Nail Gun

    This is a utility used for driving nails into different materials or surfaces. These include rolled steelwork, drywall, wood and other hard surfaces and materials. 

    There are several kinds of nail guns today, and they are available in a variety of styles. This allows them to work on different surfaces. There are now some specialized nail guns for roofing, sidings and framing. 

    Benefits and Advantages 

    Depending on the nail gun dimensions, it should be able to perform tasks usually done with a hammer. Because the tool can be used in lieu of the hammer, the tool has become a staple in many homes. Both professional and amateur builders make use of the tool. 

    Variants 

    The nail gun can be powered in various ways. Some run on electricity, while others are battery powered. There are also models that use electromagnetism. Small versions of the tool run on butane. Butane is a fuel that produces a charge. This puts the nail into the material. 

    Pneumatic Nailer 

    This is the most widely used nail gun. This device is powered by compressed air. After you pull the trigger, the nail will be forced out by the air. This occurs because the squeezing of the trigger builds up air pressure. 

    This tool is simple to use, affordable and efficient. The drawback is the tool requires an air compressor to function. On-site jobs often use this tool. 

    Other Information 

    The nail gun is also used for indoor trimming and other delicate tasks. This is possible because there is less chance of the wood grain being split. After the tool puts the nail in action, chances of bumps and slips are reduced. 

    For added protection, some nail guns are equipped with a rubber safety nose. This will keep the wood from damage. The automatic nail guns will release the nails after the trigger is squeezed. 

    Whatever the nail gun dimensions or type you choose, be careful when using it. Follow the manual so you don’t get hurt when using it. For first time users, the semi-automatic type is most suitable. 

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