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post #1 of 7 Old 09-13-2020, 04:08 PM Thread Starter
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Where to find screw strips for a screw gun

I was given a screw gun but now I need to know where can I find the screw strips for it. I will be using it for 1 1/4" long screws and longer. Any all all help will be greatly appreciated.
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What kind of screw gun?
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It will be on a Dewalt 5300 rpm with a Senco DS230-D1 2 in. Auto-Feed Screwdriver Attachment for select DeWalt AC models. You can see the Senco attachment on the Home Depot website.
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If home depot sells the attachment I would also expect them to sell the screw strips. Have you checked there? Where all have you lookes?


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Here's the first place I found. Might find something there:

https://www.nailgundepot.com/screws/senco-duraspin

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You can get the Senco strip screws through several sources.

HD, Amazon, just search for Senco Duraspin.

These machines work pretty good, just make sure you are always driving straight on, they don't do well if you are angled at all.

And make sure you don't inadvertently pull back before the screw head is set, when you pull back it indexes to drive the next screw...
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Jayhawk714,
Why are you cross posting this in Australia?

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