No Country for Old Men

2 Nov

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No, I’m not going to go around killing people with a captive bolt cattle stunner like this guy…

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I actually hooked up my CO2 tank with an extra keg regulator to power the pneumatic finish nailer. The supply from the CO2 tank is more stable than an air compressor that cycles on and off as the tank drains and fills. It’s also a heck of a lot quieter and easier than dragging the air hose in from the garage to the dining room for…
Well, stay tuned!

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2 Responses to “No Country for Old Men”

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  1. New choppers for Chompley « Titus Road - June 22, 2012

    […] didn’t want to go nuts and bust a knuckle, so I took the next natural step and broke out the CO2 tank and the impact wrench to get the nuts backed off easily. Once I found the right socket and hooked […]

  2. Teaching an Old Compressor New Tricks | Titus Road - January 24, 2014

    […] tires at a safe and efficient pressure, of course). For a while we were relying on my very handy CO2 tank which is very portable and quick to fill, but through experience we have found that CO2 does not […]

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