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I have a Bostitch Framing Nailer that I bought used. No manual. I used it once, and I noticed that it fires two nails (POP-POP). I'm only looking to shoot one at a time and it shoots two. Is there something I can do to fix that? Lower air pressure? Lubricating? etc Thanks

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Could have the sequential trip trigger on the gun, there is a single shot trigger available! I believe the single shot is Grey in color!

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