Anyone have or use a Senco drywall screw gun? They make several models but from past experience with batteries 18 volt is better. If you have used one, do they work good and set the screw just below flush? Or is there a better auto feed gun out there? Thanks, Mark
I don't have a ton of experiance using them workwise. I've played with the Senco's while working at HD. I was not impressed with the cordless one. The batteries seemed to die quickly. The corded one was a bit more impressive. Feed mechanism and drive worked well. It would deffinatly speed up a job.
Hilti makes them as well. The Hilti ones were better in every way. They worked very smoothly. Hilti is very expensive it's hard to justify the costs of their tools.
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