as long as you follow pressure guidelines, and hae correct connectors on the ends
Try using a 1/4” coiled hose. It is light to use Only problem is that the coils can get caught on things.
It might be difficult to paint large areas with this pin nailer. I'd use a 16 gauge finish nailer at a minimum. When using a finish nailer the pressure should be turned up a little bit to about 120 psi but your pin nailer won't need more than 100. If you want to use a framing nailer like the pros use then you also won't need to go over 100 psi but you would probably need something bigger than a pancake style compressor to keep the pressure up without burning out the motor.
yes, nice case. BUT, i believe they could have REDESIGNED this case to hold a lot more nails; lots of blowmolded wasted space. could have had more depressions in it that held boxes of nails/pins