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Last year at the AWCL show I saw a drywall nailer. I am not sure if this was the one. The one I saw worked on metal studs only. I will be at this years show the 15th and 16th of this month and hopefully I will see this tool.
I have the Max drywall nailer and the major drawback is that I am on the west coast and the Max warehouse is in New York. I order cupped-head, galvanized ringshank nails and they are very expensive. I paid $160/box of 8000, I believe. The time-savings is quite extraordinary, however. Also the depth adjustment is reasonably accurate.
I'm kind of late on this, but I just bought a Max drywall nailer as well. The cupped head galvanized ring shank nails run me 83.00 for a box of 8000. We are using it on a garage project for some condominiums. The owner of the building wants the garages drywalled, but he isn't going to tape or paint them. The nailer works great. The depth of drive is consistent and it greatly increases our productivity. I like the fact that the finished product is neat looking. I would recommend one of these nailers highly.