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I think if they were going to get into nailers they'd start with 18g brad & 16g finish nailers first. Pin nailers are more specialty and Milwaukee seems to pick and choose what woodworking tools they bring to market.

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I have no clue why Milwaukee did not show any interest in nailers and miter saws this year. I know they would have a lot of success with the brads and framers but I was really hoping for a cordless miter saw.

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I know they got an M18 miter saw overseas.  I really thought they were going to bring it over to the NA market.  I'm really bummed that they don't have that many tools for woodworking.

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Rumors are of a M18 Fuel 10" miter saw at some point. Nailers though don't seem to be a huge priority though from Milwaukee

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Milwaukee probably didn't do any nailers or the mitre saw because they are waiting for next year to blow everyone out of the water again. maybe the last to the fight but they will be the last standing.

 

and as for the mitre saw, im not sure if I like the style of the one they have in Europe.... I think they would make it more like their corded version they have here now. although a 0 clearance slider is a sweet option to have.

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Milwaukee probably didn't do any nailers or the mitre saw because they are waiting for next year to blow everyone out of the water again. maybe the last to the fight but they will be the last standing.

 

and as for the mitre saw, im not sure if I like the style of the one they have in Europe.... I think they would make it more like their corded version they have here now. although a 0 clearance slider is a sweet option to have.

For me personally it wouldn't matter to me if they didn't do nailers because that's a bit of a stretch but I am hopeful of the miter saw, especially if it was FUEL.  I don't think anyone would argue that Milwaukee makes great saws so I would expect great things from them if they were to bring over a cordless Miter saw.

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Id be happy with a dual purpose fuel saw, corded/cordless would be a great step up. And also if they could keep the digital degree readout too. That would be stepping it up for sure

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Id be happy with a dual purpose fuel saw, corded/cordless would be a great step up. And also if they could keep the digital degree readout too. That would be stepping it up for sure

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Better send them your ideas Chewie, tell them that's what they gotta do to blow everyone away!

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Boo, I kinda need a miter soonish and I'm not sure I can wait not knowing one way or another for certain when and what Milwaukee will be releasing a new saw. I might have to just buy a dewalt, they do make nice saws, but it would have been nicer buying an M18 saw with an excuse to get a 9 Ah battery to go with it ;)

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These companies must really hate it when I have money in the bank. I'm pretty sure all of the tool companies know when I have money in savings so they say ok Kruton just transferred a few hundred bucks into savings, who wants it.

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A pin nailer could be a good 12v option for Milwaukee. I wish they would announce a miter saw too though. I may be getting a miter before the end of the year and would like all the players in he field before I make a choice

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