Paslode-vs-dewalt-cordless-framing-nailer, hey guys. i was wondering if anyone has used both the dewalt cordless framing nailer and paslode? i'm interested in buying one ( a few of the guys on my crew have paslodes) and i was just wondering what you prefer.. Features: saying that the paslode 905600 cordless framing nailer is the best the market can offer is an understatement. with powerful advantages and a range of features you can blindly trust, there is no doubt regarding its popularity., re: dewalt vs. paslode well i own a 16 ga and 18ga dewalt cordless nail guns and love them both.was on a job a few months ago and the guys doing the trim had passloads.i let them try out my dewalt nail guns and guess what...thats all they wanted to use.every time i've ever tried the gas kind either the battery was dead or it needed gas.i'll stick with my cordless dewalt.
Gas & cordless framing nailers comparison. introduction. the tool box buzz crew assembled in concord, ma to assess four gas powered nailers and one cordless framing nailer., freeman pfr2190 pneumatic 21 degree 3-1/2" full round head framing nailer with case ergonomic and lightweight nail gun with interchangeable trigger, tool-free depth adjust, and no mar tip, black.
The shortest framing nailer in our test is senco at just 12-1/4″. on the other end is bostitch at 14-1/2″ and paslode’s cordless xp at 14-7/8″ – both too long to fit between two studs. good thing you’re almost always firing at an angle! for head width, hitachi’s nr83a5 and dewalt’s 20v max are the only ones inside 4″., features that matter. as i mentioned, dewalt included a brushless motor on the 20v max framing nailer that helps deliver the power and efficiency required to drive framing nails..
I'm wondering how many of you have experience with the bostitch cordless framing nailers. i realize paslode has proven itself in the market and has been out much longer, but i'm wondering if the bostitch has created any stir in the community of being a "better" nailer.