nail gun


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nail gun

A compressed-air device for driving nails.
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The manager of an equipment rental store in Eugene corroborated Thompson's claim that the woman had gone into the business on June 1 and rented a nail gun and an air compressor, Day wrote.
We're excited to enter a new era in business, as we continue to extend inventory beyond our core fastening products - striving to become a one-stop-shop and online resource for those within our industry," commented Phil Burkhart, Chief Operating Officer at Nail Gun Depot.
You should be careful not to keep your fingers on the trigger, when holding or carrying a nail gun or drag the tool by the hose.
Detectives said the weapon used was a standard gas nail gun widely available and used in construction, firing nails up to 3.
Toolbox Talk: Hammer Home Nail Gun Safety, http://www.
Lievsay said Hutchinson, "who used to work in a slaughter house," took the animal outside to the back of his truck Friday and shot it with the nail gun.
The first charge relates to the August incident, and the second to another faked nail gun attack three years ago in Bristol.
Key Words: brain trauma, penetrating brain injury, self-inflicted injury, nail gun
Injuries are up among do-it-yourselfers not only because they are less experienced than professionals but also because nail guns are more available and less costly than ever, says Lipscomb.
Nail gun injuries in residential carpentry: lessons from active injury surveillance.
This dramatic rise was attributed to the increasing availability of nail guns to the average consumer, extending to the public what had been primarily a potential work-related hazard.
The Associated Press reports that doctors successfully removed 12 nails from the head of a 33-year-old Oregon man who attempted suicide by using a nail gun after--surprise--getting hopped up on meth.