If you're wanting to use framing nails to build your deck, yes this bundle will absolutely work! The palm nailer is a nice option to replace swinging a hammer where you cant reach with the framing gun.
No. Atleast mine did not.
I set my regulator to 80 psi and the nail gun shoots fine.
poor performance it doesn't do the job, low quality
Use the most common couplers. 1/4" Industrial. Automotive styles are less popular if you might use other peoples equipement. Measure the pipe threaded ends of your hose, and compare and buy the size that fits. There are times you will need to buy/use 3/8" x 1/4" reducers, either coupler (double female) or bushings (male x female) to fit the proper matching sets of couplers. I usually buy a set of couplers and nipples, to start, but be sure you buy the proper reducers if you will need them. At times you may have to buy and use 1/4" x 1/4" pipe thread couplers also. Most hoses have 1/4" male pipe threaded ends. But a few extra nipples that are 1/4" female pipe by 1/4" industrial coupler males. Most of what you want or will need is in the tool department, but you can find other fittings in the brass section of the plumbing dept.
I have used it for both wooden fence install and cement board (Hardie plank) siding. Worked great.
Yes, technically you can use this for wood fence slats, but the nail shank is a thicker diameter than the nails typically used for that application and the gun may be a bit over-powered. You will need to dial the pressure down on the compressor so it doesn't punch the nail all the way through the slats. Also, make sure you buy the correct nails! You will need galvanized, ring shank nails.
No. I bought one 2 years ago
As long as they are 20-22 degree Plastic Collated Full Round Head nails, I would not use 3 1/4" nails that you have laying around unless they are made for Pneumatic nailing, it will likely jam and cause a bigger issue.