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  1. Milwaukee nailers are coming! Anyone interested in these nailers from Milwaukee, you can check out Ohio Powertools site for pre orders, and prices. I don't know about you! But how do you feel about pre-ordering tools? I have done it a few times with this company. https://www.ohiopowertool.com/m-2131-milwaukee-m18-nailers.aspx
  2. Total Tool sells parts including large stock of obsolete hard to find parts. Service & Parts for all major manufacturers. 20+ years in the power tool industry. Ships to USA. Call Dave at 706-276-3141
  3. Which do you prefer and why? I prefer oil less for smaller pinners and nailers because there is a good chance I may be finishing directly after fastening the nailed object and I really don't want to take a chance that I may get oil spots which will lead to fish eyes in the finish, on my project. For larger nailers and staplers I prefer the oil lubricated versions because it is my opinion (I haven't really measured it) that they last longer.
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