Which Nail Guns

Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by two by one, Aug 28, 2005.

  1. problem

    problem New Member

    it wont my ip is blocked sid?
    or has it been changed?
    PASSY :)
     
  2. problem

    problem New Member

    Nah i dont think ill bother with it, dj will tell me to take a run and jump! :(
    PASSY
     
  3. dirtydeeds

    dirtydeeds New Member

    u must have been realy bad, if you think you wont be let back in. stil dont know the story, so still on the fence
     
  4. panlid

    panlid New Member

    leave it with me.
     
  5. problem

    problem New Member

    they all hate me, in particular dj and m3 fitter but ill try and contact the site tomorow to see if im allowed back, what you trying to say sid im aloowed back?
    PASSY
     
  6. dirtydeeds

    dirtydeeds New Member

    passy know when to keep your trap shut. i dont know what he is doing but it sounds like its in your interests
     
  7. problem

    problem New Member

    yes mate i no when to shut it but certain members took it to far last time but anyhow,
    PASSY
     
  8. Va-*****

    Va-***** New Member

    I was reading through the posts and there was a lot of people saying that the dewalt is a lot heavier but is it not only 1pound heavier? I heard that sumwere but it might be wrong.
     
  9. panlid

    panlid New Member

    hi va. overall there is not much difference. the prob with the dewalt is that it is poorly balanced. all the weight is in the front so it feels heavier than it is. i still love mine though if i was using it all day i would have forearms like arny. not that i havent already;)
     
  10. dirtydeeds

    dirtydeeds New Member

    sid, do you have the metal skeleton as well that allows you to carry all that kit
     
  11. dirtydeeds

    dirtydeeds New Member

    boxing in a duct today, both nailers in use, only problem, its down a ten foot hole and working space is too small to wear a belt and too restricted in space to cut any materials (get out of the hole, about a 2 minuite trip, cut materials, then get back down again) :( , its a bind.

    AND there aint no drawings AND it is a build it as you see fit job.
     
  12. problem

    problem New Member

    Unlucky matey ;)
     
  13. dirtydeeds

    dirtydeeds New Member

    its a "please get us out of the mess we put ourselves into" job
     
  14. problem

    problem New Member

    ChRist that bad eh? :( what exactly is the job?
    PASSY :)
     
  15. dirtydeeds

    dirtydeeds New Member

    ill try and keep it short. you may know already that i do fix and repair carpentry, but it also means that i get the difficult jobs nobody else wants to do.

    ie we dont want to do it but .... <u>can</u> You can see why i get called dirtydeeds on occasions ;)

    (by the way the duct is 800 diameter and has 3 bends and drops 6 foot or so in the process)

    i have been asked to make it look "nice" and a painter will finish off the job. methinks the the person in the office whos window overlooks the duct has enough clout to get things he dont like changed
     
  16. problem

    problem New Member

    Sounds quite nasty like, you up high or on building?
    PASSY
     
  17. dirtydeeds

    dirtydeeds New Member

    of all places its about 10 foot below road level and theres pidgeon netting above it

    best of all the space around the duct (before boxing it in ) is about two foot on two sides, nine inches on the oter two and (before the netting fell off :) ) 18 inches above it
     
  18. panlid

    panlid New Member

    aaaahhhh this is nice;)
     
  19. dirtydeeds

    dirtydeeds New Member

    ps forgot to say 1/3 of the duct has only aout 1 foot clearance below it. AND THEY WANT THAT BOXED TOO

    that wont get done :) , they will have to use one of those mirrors on a stick to prove i havent done it.

    it'll be a dirtydeed :)
     
  20. problem

    problem New Member

    To right mate tell them to stick it
    PASSY
     

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