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I bought a used reconditioned framing nailer from a flea market. No papers or manuals and no model # tag that I can find. The brand is Campbell Hausfeld and the vendor said it takes a full round head nail between 20 and 22 degrees. I bought 21 degree nails but apparently (from my measuring) the gun is around a 28 degree. Any way to find out what model it is and the correct degree?

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Hi,
Yours is a 28 degree or the same as Bostitch Brand.
Bostitch will work, as well as generics.

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