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Paslode 901000 18 Gauge Finish Nailer


Paslode 901000 18 Gauge Finish Nailer



18Gauge, Cordless, Brad Nailer, Featuring Impulse Technology, No Hoses Or Compressors Needed, Quick Clear Nose, Adjustable Work Contact Element Provides Control Of Nail Setting Depth, Drives 18 Gauge Finish Nails (5/8' - 2 1/2') Fasteners Into The Hardest Wood, Long Narrow Nose, Precise Placement Of Fasteners In Tight Spots.

A must-have tool for fine decorative trim work, the Paslode 901000 Fuel-Powered Cordless 18-Gauge Brad Nailer leaves small holes, so you can nail right up to the edge of your workpiece--as close as 3/32"--without splitting the wood. And with an open line of sight and no cords, hoses, or compressors to drag around, you'll save time and get powerful, precise performance everywhere you take this tool.



The 901000 Cordless
Brad Nailer
At a Glance:
Cordless, lightweight mobility; no hoses or compressor
Drives 5/8" to 2" nails into hard lumber
Ideal for decorative trim work
No-mar tip protects wood
Includes carrying case, rechargeable battery, battery charger, extra no-mar tips, and more
1-year limited warranty





Drive 18-gauge nails without marring or splitting the wood.

At a mere 4.9 pounds (with battery), the nailer is easy on the arms.
Cordless Design for Flexibility on the Job
With the 901000 Fuel-Powered Cordless Brad Nailer, you'll never have to worry about dragging around annoying cords, dirty hoses, or bulky compressors. Instead, you'll get the portability and flexibility you need to move around the jobsite and finish hard-to-reach areas--without the mess and clutter of a pneumatic tool. And because you won't need to set up or break down, you'll save both time and labor costs.
Precise Nailing Protects Furniture
Ideal for fine decorative trim work, the powerful 901000 Fuel-Powered Cordless Brad Nailer drives 5/8" to 2" 18-gauge chisel-point brad nails in even the hardest woods, so you can handle cabinetry, spindles, and fine materials of all types. And when you're tackling a big job, you'll be grateful for the high-capacity straight-collation magazine, which holds up to 100 nails (two strips).
What's more, this nailer features an open line of sight, no-mar tip, and tool-free adjustable depth of drive to minimize workpiece damage and ensure precise nail placement. For further ease of use, the 901000 provides consistent drive energy in all types of wood, features a 10-nail lockout that prevents blank firing, and comes with a quick-clear nose cover that clears jams in an instant. And because it drives only 18-gauge nails, the 901000 virtually eliminates marring and wood splitting.
Big Power in a Compact Package
The 901000 Fuel-Powered Cordless Brad Nailer uses a patented fuel-plus-battery system to give you exceptional power and performance. The included rechargeable battery will drive 4,000 nails on one charge, while one Short Yellow Trim Fuel Cell (not included) will drive a total of 1,200 nails.
Compact and well-balanced, the 901000 weighs just 4.9 pounds (with battery), so it's easy on the arms. And with a sure-grip handle, it's comfortable to hold, even during all-day jobs. For easy mobility, the 901000 features a reversible belt hook that can be adjusted for right-handed and left-handed use. The belt hook is also great for hanging the 901000 on a ladder when you need both your hands.
The 901000 is backed by a 90-day normal-wear parts warranty and a one-year limited warranty.
About Paslode: Providing Professionals with Innovative Solutions
With more than 70 years of experience, Paslode provides the standard by which other pneumatic and cordless fastening systems are measured. With its goal to provide professional users with high-quality fasteners and fastening tools, Paslode has achieved many industry firsts and innovations, including powerful tools that drive through the toughest woods--even LVL--and fuel-cell batteries that save time and energy.
What's in the Box
Nailer; rechargeable battery; two-hour AC battery charger; rugged case with storage compartments for fuel and fasteners; extra no-mar tips; clear safety glasses; manual; quick reference setup; and cleaning guide.












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Tribute 112: Memorial Day Poem for You




Tribute 112: Memorial Day Poem for You





Soldier Dad & Soldier Son
© 2011 Linda McKinney All Rights Reserved

It started with a calling; a simple, patriotic tug,
Inside a heart so willing; enlisting, a bit too young.
Through sweat, tears and struggles, first stripes hard efforts won.
When Sergeant, the call was given to go off to a war,
And when -- bags packed, gun cleaned, boots polished - the plane landed, shots fired: it had begun.

Three months of sleeping sparsely in dirt, sand and dust,
No pillow 'cept a helmet, no relief from summer sun,
No sweet, sweet smile from mom back home, or hugs from the "Hon".
And sometimes, when alone and tired, and no one was around,
It seemed - bags lost, gun old, boots sand-filled - that none at home remembered: forgetting had begun.

That day started no differently, than all the others there.
Awake, and go, perimeter control: but something stirred within the air.
An hour later, a sudden shock, searing pain and buzzing ears,
A cry, a look, confusion; no feeling in his legs,
Blood flowed - into sand, into sun, into blown apart gun - medic's frantic efforts, "Stay with us" the Corporal repeats, repeats, rep-e-a---t----s…

...

"It's for the Sergeant," the Corporal said, as he walked into the room.
"It's nothing much," Corporal blushed, "but maybe it will do."
"It's fine," said the Colonel, and patted Corporal's back,
As Corporal's crutches carried him to the casket; flag draped and ebony black.
"For you, Sarge," Corporal balanced and struggled to salute, "You saved my life and lost your own, and I will not forget…
"In Memory, in Honor, in deepest Thanks," he laid Purple Heart on Sergeant's flag, "because I think that you served best,
"The day you sat and reminded me
"'Twas not just courage that set me free,
"But the history of the men before,
"Who served our country's military lore,
"Who fought and died, are nevermore,
"On dessert sands, or Iwo Jima's shores.
"We build upon their bravery,
"And through their foundation, we've been kept free."

"So, Sarge, I thank you, for all you've done.
"Before your final battle had begun,
"You won the war within my soul
"And kept me there when leaving was my goal,
"From dishonoring my unit, my mom, myself,
"And taught me how to face my fears…"

And here he wiped away his tears,
"You taught me, Sarge, to remember more
"Than what my service there stood for,
"And that - with all who've gone before -
"It's what we do instead.

"Instead of running, we stand still,
"Instead of hiding, we climb the hill,
"Instead of ducking, we rise and go,
"Instead of leaving, we all should know,
"It's not a matter of no fear at all,
"It's just a matter of answering their call.
"The call of those who served before,
"They call unto us:
'Forward now, forward go,
'For we are with you and we all know,
'That fear is hard, but shared with all,
'So stand you now on shoulders tall.
'You're more than just a single one,
'You're on their shoulders,
'You're their Soldier Son.'


"Sarge" said Corporal, "I must admit
"From that day I wanted only to make you glad,
"That you, Sarge, were my Soldier Dad."

Corporal again balanced, and snapped salute,
Then turned and thanked Sarge's Mom.
He thanked his Dad and his wife,
He shook the hand of the Sarge's son.

His left leg gone above the knee,
His right leg dragged behind,
He used one eye to see the seat,
One hand to straighten his tie.

Corporal's heart was breaking hard,
But in his chest still swelled,
That message of his Soldier Dad,
Of shoulders' of soldiers' felled.

As the others left the grave,
Corporal lagged behind,
"Your shoulders, Sarge, are rather large,
"And many shall stand upon,
"The shoulders you brought to the field,
"You'll be Dad of Soldier Sons!"



© 2011 Linda McKinney All Rights Reserved












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Here's my contribution to Charity: Water. It was my first attempt at doing macro and I think it ended up turning out pretty good. It took me a couple of shots, reading the manuals for my D300, SB-800 and SB-600 but in the end I think it was all worth it.


charity: water a small non-profit organization that raises money to help people in need of clean and safe drinking water. They collect money and then go over to places like Kenya, Ethiopia, and India, and drill a well that will provide safe drinking water for communities for years and years. The crazy thing is just $1 could 1 person clean drinking water for a year. Just $1! Do you realize how crazy that is? You probably have $1 laying around in your car.

If you want to find out some more information check them out at charitywater.org.


Here's some more facts:

It's amazing to believe that 1/6 of the people on our planet don't have access to clean drinking water. It is our job to help these people out because without clean water thousands of people die every day.

The water and sanitation crisis claims more lives through disease than any war claims through guns.

At any given time, half of the world's hospital beds are occupied by patients suffering from a water-related disease.

Every 15 seconds, a child dies from a water-related disease.

3.575 million people die each year from water-related disease.

An American taking a five-minute shower uses more water than the typical person living in a developing country slum uses in a whole day.










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Paslode Cordless 16-gauge Angled Finish Nailer  no. 900600






Perfect for finish and trim work that requires getting into small spaces, this Impulse finish nailer from Paslode lets you avoid the hassle of compressor hoses and compressor noise. The nailer's small, lightweight body (just under 5 pounds) is easy to grip and, because you're not hooked up to a hose, doesn't cause as much arm fatigue as other nailers. It drives 1-1/4- to 2-1/2-inch nails and has easy-to-adjust drive depth, a probe position indicator, and an angled clip for improved maneuverability. This Paslode nailer uses a patented system that requires both a fuel cell and an included rechargeable battery. We were impressed with the gun's performance--it's consistent and provides plenty of power for most uses. This model will shoot up to 1,200 nails on a single fuel cell and up to 4,000 nails on a full battery charge. It has a convenient belt hanger, too, so you won't have to lay it on the ground or on top of a ladder, and the high-visibility orange makes it difficult to overlook. The kit includes a plastic carrying case and a lightweight charger. Please note that the nailer does not come with the fuel cell included. --Jonathon Tudor

Ideal for professional remodelers, carpenters, and contractors, the Paslode 900600 Fuel-Powered Cordless 16-Gauge Angled Finish Nailer boasts an open line of sight and an angled magazine, so you can fasten any molding with precision. And with no cords, hoses, or compressors to drag around, you'll save time and get powerful, precise performance everywhere you take this must-have tool.



The 900600 Cordless
Angled Finish Nailer
At a Glance:
Cordless, lightweight mobility; no hoses or compressor
Drives 1-1/4" to 2-1/2" nails into tough lumber
No-mar tip protects wood
Tool-free depth adjustment
Includes carrying case, rechargeable battery, battery charger, extra no-mar tips, and more
1-year limited warranty





The angled magazine enables you to work in tight spots.

Cordless mobility saves you time and energy.
Cordless Design for Flexibility on the Job
With the 900600 Fuel-Powered Cordless Finish Nailer, you'll never have to worry about dragging around annoying cords, dirty hoses, or bulky compressors. Instead, you'll get the portability and flexibility you need to move around the jobsite and finish hard-to-reach areas--without the mess and clutter of a pneumatic tool. And because you won't need to set up or break down, you'll save both time and labor costs.
Power and Precision for a Professional Finish
Ideal for finish and trim work that requires getting into tight spaces, the powerful 900600 Fuel-Powered Cordless Angled Finish Nailer drives 1-1/4" to 2-1/2" 16-gauge angled nails in even the hardest woods, so you can finish doors, molding, paneling, rails, casing, cabinetry, pick up work, service work, and more. And when you're tackling a big job, you'll be grateful for the high-capacity 20-degree angled-collation magazine, which holds up to 100 nails (two strips).
What's more, this nailer features an open line of sight, no-mar tip, and tool-free adjustable depth of drive to minimize workpiece damage and ensure precise nail placement. For further ease of use, the 900600 provides consistent drive energy in all types of wood, features a 10-nail lockout that prevents blank firing, and comes with a quick-clear nose cover that clears jams in an instant.
Big Power in a Compact Package
The 900600 Fuel-Powered Cordless Angled Finish Nailer uses a patented fuel-plus-battery system to give you exceptional power and performance. The included rechargeable battery will drive 4,000 nails on one charge, while one Short Yellow Trim Fuel Cell (not included) will drive a total of 1,200 nails.
Compact and well-balanced, the 900600 weighs just 4.9 pounds (with battery), so it's easy on the arms. And with a sure-grip handle, it's comfortable to hold, even during all-day jobs. For easy mobility, the 900600 features a reversible belt hook that can be adjusted for right-handed and left-handed use. The belt hook is also great for hanging the 900600 on a ladder when you need both your hands.
The 900600 is backed by a 90-day normal-wear parts warranty and a one-year limited warranty.
About Paslode: Providing Professionals with Innovative Solutions
With more than 70 years of experience, Paslode provides the standard by which other pneumatic and cordless fastening systems are measured. With its goal to provide professional users with high-quality fasteners and fastening tools, Paslode has achieved many industry firsts and innovations, including powerful tools that drive through the toughest woods--even LDL--and fuel-cell batteries that save time and energy.
What's in the Box
Nailer; rechargeable battery; battery charger; rugged case with storage compartments for fuel and fasteners; 9/64" hex wrench; extra no-mar tips; clear safety glasses; manual; quick reference setup; and cleaning guide.












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