These brushless subcompact tools will perform 90% of the tasks a carpenter needs to do.
The CR175C roofing nailer will be familiar to anyone who has ever used Paslode's other fuel-powered tools. It has the same battery and charger and takes a smaller version of the fuel cell used in the newer framing guns.
When Bosch introduced its first line of pneumatic nailers last spring, it claimed that the tools were 20 percent smaller and 10 percent more powerful than the competition.
When the Stinger CH38 Cap Hammer came out, I bought two — even though I already owned a pneumatic cap stapler.
Contributing editor Tim Uhler torments the Grundens Neptune and Helly Hansen's...
How do the Milwaukee and DeWalt reciprocating saws match up?
After testing the Milwaukee Fuel Sawzall, a small crew of framers in the Pacific...