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Any experiences? Any use for nailing in cable clips in tight awkward spaces or overkill? Had a run on below entry/ceiling-less site work atm meaning much clipping.

I'm talking of these kind of gizmos: HiKOKI NH18DSL/W4Z 18V Automatic Nailer Bare Unit - https://ffx.co.uk/product/Get/Hikoki-Nh18Dsl-W4Z-5017658063375-18V-Automatic-Nailer-Bare-Unit?msclkid=3b1899108c2911d38f28fba3f39b54d7

Essentially a battery powered offset/low entry head palm nailer alternative, popular in America it seems but like hen's teeth over here.
 
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Any experiences? Any use for nailing in cable clips in tight awkward spaces or overkill? Had a run on below entry/ceiling-less site work atm meaning much clipping.

I'm talking of these kind of gizmos: HiKOKI NH18DSL/W4Z 18V Automatic Nailer Bare Unit - https://ffx.co.uk/product/Get/Hikoki-Nh18Dsl-W4Z-5017658063375-18V-Automatic-Nailer-Bare-Unit?msclkid=3b1899108c2911d38f28fba3f39b54d7

Essentially a battery powered offset/low entry head palm nailer alternative, popular in America it seems but like hen's teeth over here.

There are a few tips to actually hold the clip like needle nose pliers or a strip of cardboard, I found a centre punch that has a small cup on the end I don't know where it came from or what its original use was for, I suppose you could get a normal punch and drill/cup the end of it.
 

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There are a few tips to actually hold the clip like needle nose pliers or a strip of cardboard, I found a centre punch that has a small cup on the end I don't know where it came from or what its original use was for, I suppose you could get a normal punch and drill/cup the end of it.
I assume you are talking about a nail punch, joiners and carpenters use them to sink nails below the wood surface so the holes can be filled
 

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