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Step 1: Choose Firing Mode

Your framing nailer comes with a black single-fire trigger already assembled. This is the best choice if you haven't used a framing nailer before, or if you want accurate nail placement.

Follow the manual instructions to install the red bump-fire trigger if you want quick successive firing.

 

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Step 2: Connect to Compressor

Set your compressor to 70 PSI and use the quick-connect fitting on your air hose to connect your framing nailer. If you have a really dense material, you can increase the pressure up to 115 PSI.

Put a few drops of oil into the fitting before connecting to a compressor to keep things running smoothly!

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Step 3: Load Nails

Pull the side lever back along the magazine until it snaps into place.

Drop the nails into the open channel on the top of the magazine. The angle of the nails should match the angle of the nose of the nailer.

Lift the lever at the back of the magazine to release the side lever and secure the nails.

 

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Step 4: Adjust and Go!

This nailer is loaded with features that let you customize for any project. Change the depth adjust, 360º air exhaust, or remove the no-mar tip for extra holding power.

Pro Tip: Use piece of scrap material to test out your nailer before starting on the real thing!

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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