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Installing nail brad in a non elecctric stanley nailgun

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Find the side of the stapler which says "load brad this side"
open the loader with the aforementioned side facing down
as you look down on the inside wall, there are grooves which the heads of the brads will rest on and will slide along.
close the chamber and you're ready to shoot.

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