Obsolete Nail Gun?


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Old 07-14-04, 06:44 AM
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Obsolete Nail Gun?

I have an old nail gun made by ISM. I believe they call it a pallet nailer. It takes wire collated "no angle" nails up to about 2-1/2" long.

I can only find 15 degree angled nails in the home centers. I would like to get a few cases of 2" EG. ring shank nails to fit it.

Does anyone know if they are still available?...Or should I junk the gun?
 
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Old 08-08-04, 09:58 AM
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I have a coil nailer like this also that I used for fencing and nails are next to impossible to find. I did find one place that did still supply - is it okay to mention company names and numbers in this forum?
 
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s it okay to mention company names and numbers in this forum
Yes, when it serves to inform and illustrate, but not to deride or advertise.
 
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Old 08-19-04, 07:37 PM
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The ISM nailer I have I purchased from Hilti quite a few years ago. I have used nails from Senco for their SCN 250 nailer (only available in 2 & 2 1/4" lengths) and from a company named Atro for their Roll 65 and Roll 70 nailers. These coil nails have no angle and are completely interchangeable.
 
 

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