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Arrow 9100K PowerShot Pro Electric Staple and Nail Gun


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  • Fires 1/4-inch thru 9/16-inch heavy duty Arrow T50 staples and brad nails up to 5/8-inch
  • Anti-slip comfort grip
  • Light weight compact design
  • Flush front gets into tight corners
  • Impact resistant housing
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Technical Details
Part Number 2750-1501
Item Weight3.5 pounds
Product Dimensions16.2 x 11.2 x 2.8 inches
Item model number9100K
Item Package Quantity1
CertificationNo
Warranty DescriptionLimited Warranty: Arrow warrants that all its products will be free from manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship from 90 days of original purchase date. Should your product fail to perform for either of the above reasons, Arrow will repair or replace your tool with an equivalent product at no charge to the original purchaser within this 90 day period. Please check your specific product, as additional warranties may apply to your specific Arrow product. Only Arrow knows the proper staple tolerances required for best performance of Arrow Staplers. To ensure warranty repair use only genuine Arrow Staples. Our staples are made to these exact tolerances to insure trouble-free stapling performance. Accept no substitute. Always insist on Genuine Arrow Staples. This warranty shall not apply to the repair of damage or defect caused by the use of other than Genuine Arrow Staples.
  
Additional Information
ASINB003UBTO1W
Best Sellers Rank #186,771 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 14, 2010
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Arrow Powershot Pro Electric Staple and Nail Gun uses T50 staple sizes 1/4”, 5/16”, 3/8”,1/2”, 17/32”, and 9/16-inches and drives 2 size brad nails, 5/8” and 9/16-inch. The contractor grade electrical staple and nail gun has a built in wire guide, staples remaining window, quick load chamber, and a 10-foot power cord. Perfect for upholstery and screening.

Product Description

2750-1501 Features: -Staple and nail gun.-Built in wire guide.-Anti slip comfort grip.-Lightweight compact design.-10' reinforced cord.-Soft grip handle.-Fast drop in loading.-Impact resistant housing.-Flush front get into tight corners. Specifications: -Electric with 10 amps of power.

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Customer Reviews

When it does fire it barely sinks the staple.
Tom Gardiner
This is why it double feeds if squeeze the trigger the wires pinch the button causing the double feed.
Robert Williams
Half the time it jams and doesn't even attempt to shoot out a staple.
S. Johnson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By mister practicality on December 29, 2010
I spent a very frustrating hour trying to get this piece of junk to work. The vast majority of that hour was spent unjamming it. I could only get one or at most two staples out before it would misfeed or jam. Amazingly often the very first staple would misfeed. The spring that holds the staples in place does not seem to be strong enough and/or there is too much friction in the staple feed channel. And this is brand new out of the box, I assume it gets worse with wear and dust. I tried four different sizes of staples, all Arrow staples, and all supposed to work, according to the box-cover. I suggest staying well clear of this stapler. And yes, I am sure it is this stapler, the box and model number (9100K) are identical.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bruceaux on September 9, 2012
Bought the Arrow Fastener 9100K PowerShot at a yard sale. Read the reviews and noted that many mentioned jamming problems. After trying the stapler, I too had problems. When holding the loading slide tight, the jamming problem was solved. My solution was to use a wide rubber band looped from the front of the stapler to the back of the loading slide. This keeps the loading slide tight to the front. Now the stapler shoots a staple every time.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By gw on July 28, 2011
I bought one of these from Home Depot. It lasted less than 200 staples, then fell apart - literally. The internal plastic parts simply shattered. Junk.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Debra G. on July 20, 2011
After using the stapler for a couple of hours, it jammed. I could not get the staple chamber to open up at all, so I called the company. An employee in the service department told me to "take out the bolt on the back of the chamber." Well, he apparently was thinking I had a different model (yes, I know I should have been clear about it), because this one only has 6 Phillips screws holding it together. Screws came out, gun fell apart- literally parts all over. I called back. "That one can't be fixed if it jams, but they don't usually jam. Take it back and try another one." REALLY?? A completely disposable tool. Very disappointing, since it was much easier for me to operate.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Titlelog on April 5, 2012
I've had this stapler for years now, and I was just looking to see what other options there are for staples and nails when I noticed all the bad reviews. Really surprising since I've never had any problems with it. I've used it outside to tack up vent covers under the eaves, and inside for everything from upholstery to craft projects. I recently made a cat tree and used it to upholster the platforms with carpeting. I wouldn't call it a nail gun, because it only shoots 9/16" brads. And unless you press your palm on the back while shooting the staple it might not go in all the way, but that's what hammers are for. I guess it depends on how (and what) you're using the stapler. And I think sometimes people see a negative review and just jump on the bandwagon.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By billp on May 6, 2012
I have had this gun for over a year and got it as my hands have become weaker due to arthritis plus for the small nail feature. Using it with staples it worked OK if the materal was soft. But I had trouble with nails from the get go binding up in the gun and not shooting all the way into the wood. Six months ago I tried using it to shoot nails through 1/8 inch plywood into 2x4's only to give up and go to small nails I had to hammer in by hand. I put the gun up until yesterday when I went to use the nail feature again. When after only shooting three nails the gun to my suprise fell apart with pieces falling out. I finished taking the gun apart only to have a large number of plastic mounting parts come falling out. This made it impossible to fix the gun or put it back together making the gun a pile of junk. So for no more use then this gun received on jobs that it should have been able to handle I rate it to be very very poor product and I will never buy anything else made from this company. I'll save my money up and buy an air gun system insted of any Powershot products.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By fog chaser on September 29, 2013
This is a nice compact stapler that fits well in the hand. I use it exclusively for stapling canvas prints when i stretch it over a wood frame. 5/16" staples T50 are all that is required. While easy and effective to use, it comes with NO safety tip. Even if not pressed against wood or fabric - an accidental touch to the trigger can send a staple off to 6 feet or more. Worse yet, at least 3 times, it has fired by itself while lying alone on my work bench. one time I was in the process of plugging in the power strip, another 2 times i wasn't doing anything that could affect it, and it fired off. Since most people point the stapler at their face while loading, its important to unplug this stapler before loading.

Its a shame because its a well shaped stapler, but i'm on the hunt to find a more expensive stapler thats safer to use.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Bertulfo on June 20, 2011
I recently purchased this item through home depot (i know, should have purchased it through amazon) and had to return it that same day. This item is a complete total junk! The quality of build is worse than what you can even imagine. The internal parts are made of metal, but the casing is made of cheap plastics. When in use, you will slowly notice that the back area where the lock for the staples will loosen up due to the power the device generates. This power literally destroys the casing causing the item to be useless in any project. Also, this item jams and punches TWO staples at a time! EVERYTIME! Oh, what i meant by power, its the amount of kickback the motor creates but it does not translates to power to nail the staple. The T50 staple (I tested with a 1/4 inch) did not even penetrate through a light particle board, let alone even stick to the board. STAY AWAY! save yourself time and money...
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