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    CPO had a sale going on the M18 Hackzall, been wanting one, rainy day, bored, so pulled the trigger.

    With the metal cutting Mil. Elec. *Torch* blades and the wood cutting blades, should get a lot of use out of it:
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    M18 16ga straight finish nailer

    I tried the 15ga nailer, it worked great but split some smaller moulding. I returned it and got the 16ga. Used it for some cabinet work today. It is LOUD. We shot 2 1/2” nails thru maple frames and plywood. It left a few sticking out, but I think that was more us not pushing down hard enough. It was nice to just go work and not have to setup compressors and hoses. No hose made it nice shoot inside the cabinets without having to figure out how to reach in corners and not lay on the hose. Overall real happy with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    CPO had a sale going on the M18 Hackzall, been wanting one, rainy day, bored, so pulled the trigger.

    With the metal cutting Mil. Elec. *Torch* blades and the wood cutting blades, should get a lot of use out of it:
    You will not regret it.
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