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Old 07-14-2012, 10:33 PM   #15
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1971 31' Sovereign
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I have had experience with hand riveting before and knew I was going to be setting a lot of pop rivets on this restoration so I definitely knew I had to spend the $45 for the air powered gun. Not only is it effortless it is instant. With hand riveting you sometimes have to "stroke" the gun a few times but this on sets and pops the rivet in a single quick shot. If you figure your labor at a very modest $10.00 per hour you will surely save $40.00 very quickly and you will save a lot of pain and suffering.

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