I have finally had it with my old lever type grease gun(s). I go so fed up with it leaving grease in the cartridge, leaking all over the place when stored that I threw them as far as I could into the field. I'm DONE.
So I have searched this forum and see that both Milwaukee and DeWalt make pretty good cordless grease guns, but some of the review are a bit old, so I am hoping to see what folks recommend that have used either/both of these for a couple of years.
Since I am kind of a neat-freak by nature, do any of these guns not leak when stored?
I saw a few complaints on how heavy some of these are (maybe the NiCad versions), but don't know if any of the Li-Ion versions are significantly different than the others.
I noticed that Milwaukee offers both a 12volt and 18 volt Li-Ion version and DeWalt offers a 18 volt NiCad and 20volt Li-Ion. Any negatives to the 12 volt version?
To bad Ridgid does not offer one as I have a plethora of their cordless tools which are great, and their lifetime warranty is even better!
What ever I end up with I will install a Lock-N-Lube on it!