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    Hey Guys,
    I constantly prowl the isles of Home Depot looking for what just came in. I spotted this knife about a month ago & decided to take a chance with it after reading the reviews. I don't do duct work, but I though it might make a good dive or water knife. It has a full tang,thick blade 5.5 inches, feels good in the hand, easy to extract(one hand) waterproof sheath & easy to hone. I put a 1K edge on it & hope to try it out before the summer is over.

    Thanks for looking,,,,,,,

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    Milwaukee 5.5 in. Duct Knife-48-22-1920 - The Home Depot

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    I was joking with our Milwaukee rep the other day when I saw this knife. Keep an eye out for the semi auto assault hammer drill :<0)
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    Now,, don't you tease me,,,

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    I am waiting for one of these in full auto...

    New Milwaukee M18 Fuel Brushless Brad and Finish Nailers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    I am waiting for one of these in full auto...

    New Milwaukee M18 Fuel Brushless Brad and Finish Nailers!
    Oh man, that would be a handy little nailer. Sure beats dragging a 60lb compressor in and out of a jobsite.
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    If it will nail from 10 yards out,,, I'll get one,,, sling it & throw on a Red Dot !

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    Quote Originally Posted by HARRYWALLY View Post
    Oh man, that would be a handy little nailer. Sure beats dragging a 60lb compressor in and out of a jobsite.
    paslode nail guns are pretty good
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    We just got a new Paslode at work, and I like it. Although I've been having troubles adjusting the nail depth. We've had a plethora of different brands, and all have had their own negative qwerks. My boss won't buy cordless Nailers because they're to expensive to repair.

    From much use, we've found Paslode brand in framing nailers, trim nailers, and crown staple nailers are the best. Hitachi is king in roofing nailers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HARRYWALLY View Post
    We just got a new Paslode at work, and I like it. Although I've been having troubles adjusting the nail depth. We've had a plethora of different brands, and all have had their own negative qwerks. My boss won't buy cordless Nailers because they're to expensive to repair.

    From much use, we've found Paslode brand in framing nailers, trim nailers, and crown staple nailers are the best. Hitachi is king in roofing nailers.
    Have had good runs out of Paslode, retired my framer after 15 years because the last service was 1/3 of a new gun and replaced it with the latest lithium battery one.
    The pre framers here still use compressed air guns, Senco. The guns are supplied and serviced free if they use senco nails.
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    Keep your Paslodes clean and they work great. I used 1 every year at Christmas building the tree lot out of pallets and 2x4s.
    Just so you guys know TTI makes the Milwaukee brand, the Rigid and Ryobi. All for HD. All good brands for their target users. All depends how much you use them and how hard you are on them.

    My sales pitch, sorry :<0)
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