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Ok @ZLTFUL here you go... pics and a quick story.

My framing nailer went off twice, not sure if a malfunction or the recoil that caused it. The first 3" nail went exactly where it was supposed to, the second one went through my index finger, middle finger, and punctured my ring finger. Once I saw it, I panic'd, my adrenaline must have kicked in because I just pulled it out almost immediately. I took my glove off, wrapped my finger in it and squeezed very hard. I then ran up two flights of stairs, when I got to my bedroom upstairs I said a bad word followed by "I don't know what to do". I calmed down just a little, went downstairs and Bryce took me to the walk in clinic in Altoona. The pictures are from in the car on the way there. I got extremely lucky!!! The doctor looked at it, made sure I didn't puncture any of the bones and said I was alright. She cleaned it up, put band-aids on it, and sent me out the door with no pain meds. That happened Saturday night, I am typing this to you with both hands with little trouble. They are a little tender but I have full mobility and feeling in all three fingers.

So my lesson is probably to slow down. I was trying to get the last of the framing done before my parents came over on Sunday and was probably in more of a hurry than I should have been.



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That looks pretty cool. I think my girls would be pretty happy using that interface too.

The safety stopped working at some point on my framing nailer. I'm lucky I didn't end up with one in my body. Really lucky.






You have both successfully convinced me NOT to use any time of nailgun. Course I guess with a hammer I'm bound to suffer a purple thumbnail - time to time. Been there, done that.

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Ok @ZLTFUL here you go... pics and a quick story.

My framing nailer went off twice, not sure if a malfunction or the recoil that caused it. The first 3" nail went exactly where it was supposed to, the second one went through my index finger, middle finger, and punctured my ring finger. Once I saw it, I panic'd, my adrenaline must have kicked in because I just pulled it out almost immediately. I took my glove off, wrapped my finger in it and squeezed very hard. I then ran up two flights of stairs, when I got to my bedroom upstairs I said a bad word followed by "I don't know what to do". I calmed down just a little, went downstairs and Bryce took me to the walk in clinic in Altoona. The pictures are from in the car on the way there. I got extremely lucky!!! The doctor looked at it, made sure I didn't puncture any of the bones and said I was alright. She cleaned it up, put band-aids on it, and sent me out the door with no pain meds. That happened Saturday night, I am typing this to you with both hands with little trouble. They are a little tender but I have full mobility and feeling in all three fingers.

So my lesson is probably to slow down. I was trying to get the last of the framing done before my parents came over on Sunday and was probably in more of a hurry than I should have been.


OUCH! This is one reason I have been screwing in all of my framing and I don't have a nail gun or compressor either. My wife doesn't want me to buy any more toys, uhh tools that is. Glad you are ok.
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I love my nailguns, but that would make me start to change my mind on that.
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The funny thing is, I have a VERY expensive Paslode 28* framing nailer that is a steaming pile of donkey dung...jams nearly every 10th nail, double-taps all the time and is in general crap.

My cheap Harbor Freight framing nailer that I got specifically for this basement is worlds better. But it still has the occasional double-tap and jam.
I did most of the theater walls on the ground though before standing them up which helps a ton. Funny how an angled framing gun that is designed to work at an angle works better straight on.

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The funny thing is, I have a VERY expensive Paslode 28* framing nailer that is a steaming pile of donkey dung...jams nearly every 10th nail, double-taps all the time and is in general crap.

My cheap Harbor Freight framing nailer that I got specifically for this basement is worlds better. But it still has the occasional double-tap and jam.
I did most of the theater walls on the ground though before standing them up which helps a ton. Funny how an angled framing gun that is designed to work at an angle works better straight on.
I bought the cheap tool shop brand from Menards. Has never jammed on me. Occasionally it will double fire, obviously. Plenty of power to go through 2x4s and fingers.

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So who wants to come haul drywall downstairs tomorrow?!?!

Hehe. Seriously though, hauling tile and cedar and stone and cabinets down today to make room in the garage for the file drywall delivery...yay for gypsum!

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So who wants to come haul drywall downstairs tomorrow?!?!

Hehe. Seriously though, hauling tile and cedar and stone and cabinets down today to make room in the garage for the file drywall delivery...yay for gypsum!
I considered trying to help you but I'm not sure it's a smart idea with my fingers still being sore. Sucks because I have plenty of sheets I need to take down as well.

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I can probably help...what time? How many pieces?

While I appreciate it, the delivery that was supposed to be here at 7-9 am is now going to be here after noon.
But I also have monthly maintenance tasks for work tomorrow so it will most likely sit for a few days.
Plus it is 38 sheets of 5/8 9s and 18 sheets of 5/8 10s...
Along with like 24 or so 1/2 10s.

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So I came home from work yesterday and tried to play some rocket league on my projector. The image was very dark. I took out the lamp since I had a spare around and it looks like this...



I forgot the other day I turned it on normal mode instead of eco because the windows were open and it was very bright in here. I think the bulb overheated and caused the filiment piece in the middle to bend. Put the new bulb in on eco mode and it's like a brand new projector. Pretty crappy I only got 2290 hours out of the first bulb. 2700 hours out of the bulb on my older epson, so nowhere near the 4000 on eco they claim.

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I always wonder about the hours they claim that you can get on a bulb. Our first and TV in our living room is a Sony rear projection 1080p that uses a bulb. Bought it in 2007, first bulb lasted almost a year and a half. Bulb was $250 and I bought just the bulb at $200 to save money and broke it trying to put it in the housing. So bought one with a housing. There is $500 bucks. A year an half later found them for $80 so I bought two. That got me for about 3 years. I bought 3 more for about $50 each. I replaced the last one about 6 months ago, because the picture was so dark. It looked like a new TV. For the money I have spent on bulbs I could have had a regular LCD TV, but the wife wanted to safe money. Its a 60" and I want a or 75" to replace, but theater comes first. Bulbs just don't last as long as they say.
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I always wonder about the hours they claim that you can get on a bulb. Our first and TV in our living room is a Sony rear projection 1080p that uses a bulb. Bought it in 2007, first bulb lasted almost a year and a half. Bulb was $250 and I bought just the bulb at $200 to save money and broke it trying to put it in the housing. So bought one with a housing. There is $500 bucks. A year an half later found them for $80 so I bought two. That got me for about 3 years. I bought 3 more for about $50 each. I replaced the last one about 6 months ago, because the picture was so dark. It looked like a new TV. For the money I have spent on bulbs I could have had a regular LCD TV, but the wife wanted to safe money. Its a 60" and I want a or 75" to replace, but theater comes first. Bulbs just don't last as long as they say.
Well that's my very small experience with the same frame of Epson projectors (6100 and 9500ub share the same bulb).

My buddy has a Benq w1070 and he got 6500 hours out of his first bulb. Hell it even still works he just decided to finally replace it. I didn't see it past 4000 hours but I imagine the image got too dark for my personal preference and I would have replaced it much sooner.

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Well that's my very small experience with the same frame of Epson projectors (6100 and 9500ub share the same bulb).

My buddy has a Benq w1070 and he got 6500 hours out of his first bulb. Hell it even still works he just decided to finally replace it. I didn't see it past 4000 hours but I imagine the image got too dark for my personal preference and I would have replaced it much sooner.

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That has me thinking of going with the Sony 45ES or JVC-420 if I decide I really want to go 4K. Now the Epson 6040 comes with an extra bulb, mount, cable cover and extra year on the warranty.
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That has me thinking of going with the Sony 45ES or JVC-420 if I decide I really want to go 4K. Now the Epson 6040 comes with an extra bulb, mount, cable cover and extra year on the warranty.
IMO from what I saw if you can stretch the budget to the 420 that's the winning ticket there. That's what I am going for, assuming I get done with my room before next year's projectors are out. Lol

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IMO from what I saw if you can stretch the budget to the 420 that's the winning ticket there. That's what I am going for, assuming I get done with my room before next year's projectors are out. Lol

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That would be the way to go and would have almost full 4K and if I get good ACT or pre amp that will do 7.2.4 I would be set for a while. I hope to clean up my theater and basement this week why off for kids spring break. I need to order IB-3 clips to decouple walls.
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Well in home theater news I picked up some Sanus cherry speaker stands for my rears to boost them over the chair backs. Seems to have made a nice change to the sound. Is an Eastern IA crawl still a thought? Just wondering because I'm thinking of pulling the trigger on the Oppo 203 and that seems like a good time to pick it up.
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An Eastern IA crawl seems to be in jeopardy, imo, Joel - at least in the Spring. After seeing Deadpool in 4K on one, I'm also eyeing the 203. Sounds like Sony has an interesting 4K BD player as well.

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@ZLTFUL glad to hear your nail gun injury wasn't more severe.

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@ZLTFUL glad to hear your nail gun injury wasn't more severe.
It was @slarity that had the accident, not @ZLTFUL .
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Apologies, I did a poor job of following along with the posting during spring break. Perhaps the rum had something to do with that. @slarity I'm glad your injury wasn't more severe.


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Thanks, yeah I'm almost two weeks in and it's almost all healed now. I got extremely lucky. Ready to get back to work. I got done putty pads and some other sound dampeners to install now.

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Rogue One bluray has been announced for 4/4 so I will host on Friday night, April 7th at 7:30pm. For those that "reserved" a seat let me know if you still plan on coming.
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Also, @Elihawk - you mentioned possibly coming but not sure if you were serious. Let me know if you are interested.

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So I have a schedule conflict and need to move this to Saturday night on 4/8. @thrillcat - can you come Saturday night? Everyone else good?

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So I have a schedule conflict and need to move this to Saturday night on 4/8. @thrillcat - can you come Saturday night? Everyone else good?

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I can't do the 8th either, unfortunately. That whole weekend is out for me.

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I can't do the 8th either, unfortunately. That whole weekend is out for me.
I'm in if that leaves an empty spot available. Saw it in theaters with jeahrens and with me not being a huge star wars fan, this is my favorite one I think.

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I'm in if that leaves an empty spot available. Saw it in theaters with jeahrens and with me not being a huge star wars fan, this is my favorite one I think.

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That would be awesome. Despite living so close I've only seen 1 full movie in the Savoy (The Martian).

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