Toolsday Giveaway: Win Two Palm Nailers

To enter last week’s Toolsday giveaway, you had to identify a pair of oval gadgets attached to two pleated pads.  Most folks knew they were a set of old knee and shin guards, but not everyone said they were specifically made for a baseball catcher. Not that you’d ever see Buster Posey wearing them, he’s got a more up-to-date set of shin protection.

We randomly picked one winner out of all the comments and that lucky person is GErickson who knew they were what a catcher would wear back in the old days. Congrats GErickson, you have one week to reply to our email before another winner is chosen.   

Next Tuesday, we will be giving away two Grip Rite Palm Nailers – one mini and one full size. The mini is one-third the size and weight of a full size palm nailer so it can fit into tight spaces. It drives up to a 3-1/2-inch 16d nail without creating hammer marks. It is perfect for framing, hurricane straps, fencing, decking, and tough jobs. The full-sized Grip-Rite Palm Nailer is designed to handle the toughest applications This tool will drive 2-inch to 6-inch nails. It’s perfect for joist hangers, ties, connector straps, anchors, framing and any other exterior or interior applications.

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To win the set of Grip Rite nailers, post a comment (click “comment” above) and tell us what famous person this mask depicts (and not from the movie). You don’t have to answer correctly to win; we will randomly pick one winner.

On Tuesday, November 6, we will select the winner then start up a new giveaway for another tool, which will be given away the Tuesday after that.

You have until November 6, 2012 at 2:00pm (ET) to enter to win the Grip Rite nailers.  
Official Rules.

 

1,187 Responses

  1. gerry says:

    vendetta

  2. Jacqueline A says:

    The mask looks like it's from the Phantom of the Opera. The nailers are fabulous. Would love to win them.

  3. Barry says:

    The mask reminds me of voices of Bert and Harry Piel, two animated characters from a very successful ad campaign for Piels Beer.

  4. lidia says:

    I don't know! Sorry…

  5. Teresa Organ says:

    Guy Fawkes :)

  6. Kermit Crissey says:

    Snidley Whiplash

  7. erik bryant says:

    guy fawkes mask

  8. agirlwithpowertools says:

    who's guy fawkes? I dunno who that mask depicts, but it's kinda creepy

  9. not2onry says:

    Guy Fawkes..but I really, really need the grip palm nailers .. I am an older widow who loves to build things and really could use these smaller nailers.

  10. samuel says:

    reddirt907@Gmail.com; That mask was worn by the count of monte christo while imprisoned on Alba.

  11. LauraM says:

    Guy Fawkes…

  12. miles1st says:

    lk/jnpol;kn

  13. Darrell R says:

    My 1st guess was Cesar Romero. But after seeing everyone's Guy Fawkes responses, I looked it up. Sure enough they were right. So my guess is Guy Fawkes.

  14. robby rob says:

    Kind of looks like Jafar from Aladdin! haha. But I suppose it's Guy Fawkes

  15. Rob says:

    Simon LaGree

  16. mlw says:

    That's great

  17. lynette says:

    I guess guy fawkes

  18. kim says:

    fidel castro

  19. rhonda dodds says:

    marque de sade

  20. p.kopec says:

    toluse le trec

  21. Shannon B says:

    Apparently, Guy Fawkes.

  22. vandyvirg says:

    Guy Fawkes or Guido Fawkes

  23. Mark Carroll says:

    Guy Fawkes…final answer.

  24. Sue H. says:

    Guy Fawkes, later he used the name Guido Fawkes 1570-1606 fought for the spanish, Gunpowder Plot.

  25. sarah oswald says:

    guy fawkes also known as guido fawkes.

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