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Can I use paper collated nails in my Stanley N80s b-1? The nails meet all other required specs.

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Paper collated will work. Maze nails part # PCP28325131 works on many 28 degree guns including yours. Only advantage that I can see with using welded is that the nails will take more abuse on the job site including getting wet. Paper collated can brake apart easily but dont worry too much about the difference. I would buy the least expensive or available but I like the idea of using made in USA of maze nails (not available on all areas of US). Good luck

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SOURCE: N80S won't completely sink #12 nail

it sounds like its not oiled enough possible bent piston due to jamming.

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check the safty shaft and see if something could be under trigger safty causeing it to fire.

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Normally, yes- depends on how old the nailer is. But first, let's ask: are you getting at least 90 psi of pressure to the rig?
If so, you may adjust the nailer with an allen wrench, or with a thumbwheel, both of which are located near the firing mechanism.
IMPORTANT: before you mess with it, be sure no pressure is left in the unit, otherwise you may be on here asking how to extract a framing nail from your skull while your hand is attached!

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That model may not be designed for that length nail. Check with your local supplier.

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