New issue. I frequently find myself reaching for my 23 ga pin nailer to hold a small piece of molding in place until the glue dries (on a cabinet or a small jewelry box). That ususally involves shooting only 2-5 pins. Firing up my shop compressor or even my regular pancake compressor is a real pain for this use. I've tried corded pin/brad nailers but when using them on maple, walnut, or oak, they frequently won't drive the pins.
Any ideas on what to use to drive my pin nailer for this type of use? CO2, small compressed air tank, or other alternative?
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