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Safety B i had a nail stuck in the driver guide, took the 3 screwss out and the safety B fell out. dont know where it goes? can you halp??? thanks don

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Sounds as if you have a small Bostitch nailer/stapler. Bostitch lables its safety mech parts as Safety A for the part that actually contacts the work and Safety B for the part that contacts the trigger. Go to www.Bostitch.com and look for diagram of your gun. These two parts fit snuggly just behind the outer-most guide/nose. Safety b sits on top of safety a. There is usually a thumb adjustment and a spring between the two parts. The spring is usually installed on top of safety a and below the adjustment knob. enjoy

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