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1/2" Crown Air Stapler


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Item model number0097572
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsstand
  
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ASINB001RMRPT4
Best Sellers Rank #936,114 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds
Date First AvailableFebruary 4, 2009
  
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Lightweight, durable stapler holds 100 staples at a time, letting you work longer before reloading. Shoots standard 1/2'' crown and accepts 20 gauge staples from 3/8'' to 5/8'' in length Air consumption: 4-6 CFM Operating pressure: 55 to 95 PSI Includes hex wrenches and air tool oil. Air inlet: 1/4'' NPT; Dimensions: 8-1/2'' x 1-7/8'' x 5-3/4''

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Bird on May 14, 2009
I have one of these bought from HF.

There is no safety interlock. That is, it will shoot staples even if the nose piece is not against the work. Be careful. Easy to accidentally shoot staples if you are wearing gloves or working in tight quarters.

Second problem is there is no depth adjustment. This is not usually a problem with 1/2" crown staples. But, if you are stapling old insulation bats, the staple will rip through the paper (brittle) before it pulls the paper down to the wood. You have to adjust the pressure down quite a bit to avoid this. Easiest to do if you also mount a local pressure regulator on the stapler.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Billy Zoom on January 27, 2010
Mine has seen heavy use for over fifteen years now. It's an excellent tool, made in Taiwan - not China. I'm a little bummed that 1/4" staples for it were recently discontinued.
I also couldn't help noticing that, according to Amazon, most people who bought this stapler also bought the wrong size staples.
It takes 1/2" crown, 20 gauge.
BZ
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