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I can't figure out how my synco sfn1 trigger assembles!

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Go to www.senco.com, click on the 'Nailers, Staplers and Collated Screwdrivers' picture and it will take you to an information page. Your gun is under the discontinued models drop down menu. Select your gun and hit GO any you'll be on a page with a Parts Chart. That should give you a better idea of how it's assembled.

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