The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Even if you consider yourself to be a handy-person around the house, you may draw the line at using certain types of power tools, such as, say, nail guns. After all, you may feel like these power tools seem too dangerous for the average person. Perhaps your distrust of nail guns stems from terrifying scenes involving nail guns from TV shows like “American Horror Story” or even amusing yet painful scenes from shows like “The Simpsons” — If you’ve ever wondered what could go wrong with a nail gun, you just need to see a baby like Maggie get her hands on one. TV shows aside, the truth is you can use a nail gun safely with just a few precautions and some common sense. And once you’ve put the power of a nail gun behind a tough home improvement project, you’ll wonder why you ever worked without one. One thing you’ll notice with nail guns is that there are far more specialty products in this category than there are in most power tool categories. According to the Casual Craftsman, brad, finish, and...