Join Date: May 2007
Location: Merseyside, Great Britain
Yes, but they are selling them, I'd like to hear what they are like in the real world. Some air guns have three speeds, is this necessary, or is it an advantage to have? Do the electric ones burn out too easily?
Looking on ebay in the Uk I could get a 2 or 3hp compressor and a good, used, air gun for the same price as a used Snap-On cordless, but the compressor would offer me more options in the long run. I could go for a cheap cordless, but there's no point if they aren't up to the job.