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Makita or craftsmen.there the same on the in side.

They both work tell you run them over like stan said.

But they All well. for that don't suggested it tho.

Gbt. Have a good day all.

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Never ran over one. I just always get my foot wrapped in the cord and pull the gun off the work bench and slams on the floor. I have Milwaukee's new one now and I absolutely love it.

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Never ran over one. I just always get my foot wrapped in the cord and pull the gun off the work bench and slams on the floor. I have Milwaukee's new one now and I absolutely love it.

Now, I've done that a time or two!

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I proved a theory I had years ago and this seems like an appropriate place to post it.

Outside of physical damage ( running over a heatgun, dropping it, etc) I figured out what the number 1 issue was for going through cheap heatguns so fast: it was when doing back windows. It's turned on too long for a back window . About 10 yrs ago I bought 4 guns for the shop. 1 for the left side , 1 for the right side of the car and 2 guns permanently strapped together for the back window. With each gun not getting "too much use" , they last much much longer than just 4x as long. The average time a back window takes for me to shrink is about 3min. With the dual guns. It's my thought that when a cheap gun runs into say 5 min or more, the gun takes the most internal beating thereby frying itself much earlier than need be.

10 yrs later, the original 2 guns strapped together for back windows are the cheaply Wagners and still running strong.

This isn't to convert people but rather just showing what I think killls a cheap heatgun

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Am I the only one that hasn't run over a heat gun? I must be special.........

I think I have run over 4 heat guns, a couple drop lights, & one time a sat a car down on a cordless drill. :lol

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