Episode 56 – Choose a Pin Gauge

56_BradIn this episode of 360 with 360WoodWorking, the 360 guys discuss what gauge pin gun you should have in your shop. The two woodworkers agree on one of the gauges, but it takes a little convincing to get them to agree on the second gauge. Do they think a shop should be outfitted with 16-, 18- or 23-gauge pins? Or is there another choice you should make?

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2 thoughts on “Episode 56 – Choose a Pin Gauge

  1. Let’s not forget that at least a couple of brands of 23 ga. pin nailers, like my Cadex, can use slightly headed pins that provide significantly more holding power than the pinless nails. Yes, slightly larger holes, too, but not as noticeable as the 18 ga. ones.

  2. I have an 18 and a 23.
    Both really come in handy in their own rights.
    I’d like to swap my P.C for a Grex, but they are kind of pricey.

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