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I set my nail guns to drive the nails just flush and then finish it with a nail set if you need to recess them. I find that you can set them deeper but it leaves an ugly mark from the drive hammer that needs to be puttied. The depth of drive will vary depending on the type of wood also. The nail will go in farther on pine versus oak even though the settings didn't change.

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