Originally Posted by beitasitmay
farming and hunting most of my life i cant believe more people dont get a bullet in the face from this. the bullets get twisted in the chamber easily,
I've used powder actuated tools for 30 years and have yet to experience a jamb or misfire from a properly maintained tool.
And they are called "pins".
looked like a nail from a 1832 barn that had been there for a
When nails were used in that era they were generally square and tapered.
However, to your original question.
Keep in mind the length of the fasteners you are intending to use to attach the new wall covering and attach the furring strips with "tapcons", which by the way, come with a masonry bit.