Just a tip, look at the nails and see how they are sharpened, the Senco nails are sharpened from front to back of the nail, which is good. You need to hold the gun up right when nailing door and window mold. The Paslode nails are sharpened from side to side, you will need to hold the gun 90 degrees of the trim you are nailing. The reason for this is the nails will sometimes run out the side or curl back toward you if the nail isn't shot in with the nail sharpening pattern shot in with the sharpening edges back to front not side to side 90 degrees of the trim grain. If the sharp point is side to side and is shot in with the grain the point will follow the grain of the wood and a lot of times shoot out the side.
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