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Foam-the-runway 07-13-2021 07:43 AM

ATS PRO 3X RIVET GUN
 
Does anyone have or ever used the ATS PRO 3X RIVET GUN?

bkervaski 07-13-2021 07:46 AM

Yep, that's the one I have.

I have a number of ATS tools and they have so far all been reliable and good quality.

Foam-the-runway 07-13-2021 08:01 AM

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Originally Posted by bkervaski (Post 1539978)
Yep, that's the one I have.

I have a number of ATS tools and they have so far all been reliable and good quality.

Hope you don't mind me asking a few questions? Did you use it to build your 14? Does the trigger allow you to tease how the strokes go? Thanks for any information you can provide...

bkervaski 07-13-2021 08:03 AM

Yes and yes :D

I started out with one of the cheap Chinese variants that came with a toolkit, didn't know what I was missing until I replaced it with the ATS.

Same with the pneumatic squeezer, upgraded from the cheap Chinese copy to the Cleveland version, night and day difference.

jcarne 07-13-2021 08:06 AM

I have the economy version and quite liked it. I could tease the throttle on it no problem. I'm sure the pro one is great too.

Foam-the-runway 07-13-2021 08:36 AM

Thanks guys I appreciate the info...I have one on order. I also plan on getting Cleaveland pneumatic squeezer so thanks for that info as well.

bkervaski 07-13-2021 08:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Foam-the-runway (Post 1540003)
Thanks guys I appreciate the info...I have one on order. I also plan on getting Cleaveland pneumatic squeezer so thanks for that info as well.

Good call. Almost twice as much $$ but wow worth it. That cheap pneumatic squeezer we started out with really sucked. So much in fact we stopped using it and bucked half the emp before I saw a video of someone else using one and thought "hmm... maybe I was doing it wrong". Ultimately, just a poor copy.


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