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Just a few drops of oil twice a day if used all day. Drop oil down quick connect. Too much oil is not good. You can store gun with quick connect pointing down to spill out access. Easy to tell which nailers do not use/use oil. Stamped on the back of the gun neer quick fitting, will be (oil or oil here). I use nail gun oil from Lowes, bostitch or paslode brand.

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