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Anybody have experience using sequential and contact type nail guns?
Which one is better and why?
Have you seen many nail gun injuries?

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Just an FYI that WorkSafe BC has some free videos of 1-2 minutes on nail gun safety. Awesome with some simple ways to prevent accidents.

Any nail gun that does not require you to pull the trigger each time is dangerous. ... try this article.. http://www.modbee.com/2008/04/13/v-print/267994/nail-guns-claiming-...

By ANDREW McINTOSH
THE SACRAMENTO BEE

last updated: April 13, 2008 03:24:47 AM
With a 2½-inch nail deep in his chest, construction worker Manuel Murillo slid into a pickup, bracing himself for a desperate seven-mile drive down a snowy Sierra road.

His friend and co-worker Salvador Cardenas was driving. When they finally got cell phone reception, Murillo, 30, called his wife in nearby Portola to tell her there had been an accident. He

had shot himself with a nail gun while working on a mountain cabin. And he was going to die.

"I love you," he said, before hanging up....
.....42,000 people with nail gun injuries -- more than 100 a day -- show up at U.S. hospital emergency departments annually. BLS

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