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  1. #1
    Mike Baugh Guest

    Default Nail gun belt clip

    Gary, My father and I both really enjoyed your class and demos in Providence. It looked like you had some sort of belt clip on your nail guns. Is that home made or can you buy em? I haven't used a nice belt clip on a nail gun since I left paslodes, but would really like to get my hands on a few!!

  2. #2
    John Rick Guest

    Default Re: Nail gun belt clip

    Hi Mike,
    Senco makes aluminum belts clips for nail guns.
    I have them on all my guns!
    Try looking here as a source:

    Good Luck!


  3. #3
    vanderpooch Guest

    Default Re: Nail gun belt clip


    If you like to do things yourself, make 'em.

    I know they're cheap, but I couldn't find them locally. I picked up some 1" wide aluminum at the big box, tapered it, drilled it, bent it...

    About a ten minute job. I just looked at the pictures on the Senco site and in Gary's book and tried to match it. They work well and I can still get my nailers in their boxes.

    Just an idea...


  4. #4
    joseph Guest

    Default Re: Nail gun belt clip

    Kit ,what size hole did you drill? does the air chuck keep it tight .


  5. #5
    vanderpooch Guest

    Default Re: Nail gun belt clip

    I don't remember off the top of my head. I believe I used either a 7/16" or 1/2" spade bit. I then turned the air fitting in like a tap. It was a tight fit.


  6. #6
    James Guest

    Default Re: Nail gun belt clip

    Just made some for my nailers tonite. Used 1" wide, 1/8" thick aluminum flat. Drilled 1/2 hole and like Kit, used the fitting to cut threads. No more nailers falling off ladder while running crown.


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