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Nails failing in mdf

Nails bend when exiting mdf

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I hate to say this, but it is the material you are nailing to, we have trouble with air nailers nailing mdf so I am sure the gun is even more underpowered for the job

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I hate to say this, but it is the material you are nailing to, we have trouble with air nailers nailing mdf so I am sure the gun is even more underpowered for the job

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