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Nails ride over each other and don't shoot straight

When you put in 2 clips of nails the front of the 2nd clip sometimes rides over the back of the 1st and then they don't shoot strait.

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    Dean May 11, 2010

    Does the nail magazine have a slot that the nail heads are supposed to sit in?

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Check and make sure your using the right nails. Are they held together with plastic? This should be a 21* full round head nail with plastic collation

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