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The only nails i have found are nails for the F33, can i use the same nails in my N79WW nail gun.

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If you look for paslode or senco or porter cable or....i forget what the others are basic clipped head (paper held) framing nails they'll all work in this nailer

typically there's 4 types of framing nails
coil- coil is coil and they'll work in any coil nailer

wire weld clipped head- the standard bostich (i think 28deg) nails

paper held clipped head- the standard for senco etc and your nailer typically about 34deg

full round head- same as coil in that if you have a full round head you use full round head and they'll work in any of those type (usually held together with plastic separators)

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Hi, No you can't. They are two different feeds. The F33 uses tape feed and the N79 uses stick feed. The N79 is a basic wood frame nailer that uses 3 to 3 1/4 sticks, while the F33 uses up to 2 1/2 paper feed. The stick nails are the most common for the older nailers and on the box look for Bostitch as the brand to fit, as the N79 was sold under that brand not Stanley. This should Fixya!

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