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Staple,nail gun, how do i install the nail properly

I just don't know how to put the nail in the staple gun, no instructions were included in the product

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    Loringh May 11, 2010

    What make & model is this?

    Is it a combo stapler/nailer?

    What size nails are we talking about?


    Loringh


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SHOULD BE A SPRING LOADED TAB LOCATED USUALLY AT THE REAR OF THE GUN. PRESS IN THEN DOWN AND SOULD POP OUT SO YOU CAN LOAD.

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