I plan to get started on the ceiling of the new sunroom at the cottage shortly. I am considering using my small air nailer since I will be working above my head. I normally just use a hammer and nail set but that is going to waste a lot of time and I don't look forward to all that overhead nailing with my shoulder the way it is.
Has anybody here ever used an air nailer for this sort of thing? I would assume that it would be a good idea to throttle back the pressure to around 80psi but I am concerned about getting the nails in the right spot. Would it be difficult to position the nailer correctly or is there an attachment for this purpose? My small nailer is a Porter Cable that will handle up to a 2" brad. I could buy a new nailer for this application, if such a beast exists.
The material is 6" T&G 3/4" thick.
Any comments will be welcome.