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whyknot
Craftsman pneumatics

I'm thinking of buying some pneumatic nailers soon, and noticed that Craftsman has a fairly priced set.
Does anyone know who makes them for Sears?

A. Spruce
Re: Craftsman pneumatics

Emmerson used to make most of Sears power tools, I don't know if they still do or not.

I can't believe I'm about to say this, but the Rigid brand that Home Depot carries isn't too bad. HD also tends to have "packages" on sale that are a pretty good deal for the average homeowner. The only reason I will recommend this is that I've had the experience of seeing the Rigid pneumatic fasteners in action in a highly abusive environment and two years later they're still going strong.

JLMCDANIEL
Re: Craftsman pneumatics

Another advantage of the Ridgid brand is that you may have a lot better chance of getting service or parts than Sears.
Jack

A. Spruce
Re: Craftsman pneumatics
JLMCDANIEL wrote:

Another advantage of the Ridgid brand is that you may have a lot better chance of getting service or parts than Sears.
Jack

As long as it's within 90 days and you saved your receipt ... :p;):D J/K

havanagranite
Re: Craftsman pneumatics

never been a big fan of craftsman power tools. maybe they have changed over the years but never seemed to last very long. I personally like to stay with name brands

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