Any limitation this nailer has seems to stem more from Everwin’s claim that it can handle more than a siding nailer is designed to handle. If you keep in mind that Pros won’t like it for framing or decking, you’ll have a fine siding nailer in your hands! Don’t you love the smell of new tool features in the morning? We’ve come to expect coil nailers to remain generally the same with only marginal tinkering, but Everwin set out to prove us wrong. Since we like better tools, hopefully, Everwin hit the nail on the head with the Everwin Coil Siding Nailer. Although the Taiwanese company has a long pedigree of tool development, it was only founded in 2012, so many Pros might be unfamiliar with it. Everwin is trying to make a splash with some helpful innovation, and we’re here to see if it’s beneficial. The nailer stands out right away because it doesn’t have the familiar color scheme of any of the common manufacturers. There’s no yellow, orange, or all silver that you’d expect to be doing the job.  The Everwin Coil Siding Nailer has a matte gray body and dark red cylinder cap protected by rubberized bumpers on both sides. All of the parts you’d be familiar with – the...