Re: Which air nail gun to buy?
I've got 4 Stanley Bostich nailers and have had very good luck with them... The problem with nail guns is they aren't all that versital...
Framing, Finish. Delicate Finish, Roofing etc...
Framing nailer - coil shoots upt to 3-1/2" nails, very powerful and blasts a lot of air.
Siding and trim nailer, N63 I think... shoots up to a ~1-1/4" to 2-1/2 nail, Overall I use this one the most for siding, plywood sheeting / decking.
2-1/2" finish gun is good for anything that you want to use the heavier finish nails with. I've also got a nice brad nailer that also shoots a 1/2" to 2-1/2" nail, but the gauge of the nails are much thinner ~16 guage and is really designed for delicate work. I got this for doing fancy trim work on my kitchen cabinets. Light delicate shot, light impact on the wood.
If you're doing a front entrance door / trim I would nail the door with 16 penny nails by hand and get a finish nailer capable of 15 gauge finish nails to do both interior and exteriot trim. The N63 gun would also be good if your just trimming the exterior with brickmold or even 3/4 pine.
For interior doors, the 14 gauge finish gun will also work fine.
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