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This solution may sound way out there, but generally nose pieces are expensive, so you may want to go hunting through the pawn shops for the same model, in crappy condition, in order to get one

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I was using my framing nailer on some framing and after about 20 nails it started acting up know I have to pull the head forward shoot a nail and pullit again I don't know what I need to do to it, could...

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