Just something to think about with your hand issues, the air and hydraulic tools are a lot heavier than the manual tools. As in 3# versus 3/4# or so. I have the manual tool Fort Idaho mentioned and it doesn't take a lot of hand pressure to seat and finish a small pop rivet. Now any bigger and you'll likely have problems. The leverage on that particular one is designed for the larger pop rivets
2000 Cherokee 31BH, "flipped axles and raised",LEDs, solar, inverter, etc..aka "boondock ready". '07 Tundra 5.7L DC-LB, modded as well.
2000 Cherokee 29BH with 6V batteries, LED lights & 400 watts of solar power, flipped axles and raised. 2007 Tundra 5.7L DC-LB with lots of mods. C-co, 8/158th AVN Maint.