Spring Tools 32R12-1 1/32 to 2/32-Inch Combination Nail Set Hothttps://www.tool-rank.com/media/listing/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/2d/26/e5/60_springtoolsnailsethero_1295239587.jpg
Two nail sets in one tool and no hammer needed. This is a must have tool for anyone using a brad or finish nailer. Not only does it not require a hammer, but it actually works better then a standard hammer and nail set combo. It provides more force at the exact spot you need it. This tool is priceless.
Combination Nail Sets - These Tools Are Ideal For Setting and Countersinking Different Sized Nails and Brads. The Tool Has a Different Sized Nail Set on Each End of the Tool. Professional Painters and Finish Carpenters Love This Tool and Tell Us It's The Perfect Tool To Fix "Shiners" that Happen When Nail Guns Fail to Drive the Brad Below the Surface of the Wood. Our Tool Effectively Repairs the Problem Without Damaging the Wood. A Must Have For All Woodworkers and Painters!
big time saver
I have this tool along with the spring loaded hinge pin driver. The both work exactly as designed and I find myself using the hinge pin tool much more that I anticipated. I do loys of trim carpentry so removing doors is a snap (;-). It even pops painted hinge pins loose and never leaves a mark on the head of the hinge (happens with brass pins all the time)when trying to extract the pin from the hinge leaves.
everybody needs this tool
One of the best tools i have in my tool bags. its so easy to use and you never miss the head of the nail.
Probably the best tool I own.
Probably the best tool I own. You know how it is when you are installing a run of baseboard. You try to get it installed in a hurry, but every once in a while the nail doesn't set all the way. I keep one of these in my pocket anytime I am using my nail gun. Not only do I no longer have to carry a hammer with me, but this tool does a much better job at sinking a nail then a regular nail set and a hammer. I bought one, and not soon after, 2 other guys at work bought them. The only bad thing is that I ended up losing one, and had to buy another.