There is 2 neighbors next door to each other prolly a quarter mile down the road. A single modular house a quarter mile the other way but they are just seasonal and ain't around much. Behind me is a full section that I own a chunk of and the only houses are scattered around the edges like me. Across the street is miles and miles of Manistee National Forest.
This is how it looks from the sky. A whole lot of nothing, snif it's beautiful!
Just remembered, I kinda gave that nailer to my son, nails and all, as they don't work so good in my nailer. He gets by with it, for now, price was right, but given the choice, he will try to grab mine if he's nailing overhead.
This is mine...
Uses my nails too, as the harbor freight nailer takes nails that don't work in mine.
Will I'll trade ya a can of genuine Florida Sunshine for that token. For that matter I'll even toss in a extra can because your package just seems to sit here on the floor waitin to get to the UPS store.
The paslode got mixed reviews on Amazon. I bought mine locally. The great part is the lightness. Might be one of the lightest of the air type nailers. Some of the reviews stated that it didn't work good with some other brands of nails. I have not had any issues using whatever brand nails or sizes only issue was with the nails that were not the right angle, as in, it takes 30 degree nails, 28 degree (harbor freight) will fire, but not consistently. The only down side is, it does not have an air hose connector nor a case. Also, comes with just what you see in the picture, the nailer, two clips of nails and plastic eye wear. It does work better with a 3/8 air hose than a 1/4 hose for rapid firing. And needs constant pressure of 90-120psi. I found a pressure of just over 90psi to fire 8d size nails, more for the longer nails in pine lumber.