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Pneumatic Nailers

Host David Thiel explains what to look for in buying a pneumatic nailer.

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the 23 gauge pinner is used for smaller projects
Photo 1 of 5The 23-gauge pinner is used for smaller projects like picture frames or birdhouses.

The 23-Gauge Pinner(1 of 5)

The number in a 23-gauge pinner refers to the diameter of the fastener. The 1/2 inch to one inch fasteners used with this tool can be used to hold pieces of crown molding together at corners, or to assemble picture frames and birdhouses. The fastener creates a barely noticeable hole and is less likely to split thin pieces of wood than a larger nail.

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