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Will not use the whole stick of nails Breaks the last 3-4 nails from the end Is this normal

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I'm not sure what you mean by "breaks the last 3-4 nails from the end' but because of the damage that can be done by firing an empty nail gun most manufacturers are making their guns stop working when the magazine gets down to the last three nails. You would need to check your operators manual to see if your model is one of these.

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