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Arrow Fastener T50ELITE Pro Easy Squeeze Staple and Brad Nail Gun

by Arrow

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  • Sets Staples and Nails Right On Virtually Any Surface
  • Up To 60-Percent More Power More Versatility On The Job
  • Easier To Squeeze Patented Design Less Fatigue On The Job
  • Hi/Low Power Setting Drive Into Hard and Soft Surfaces
  • Ergonomic Rubber Grips for Comfort
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number T50ELITE
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions1.5 x 8.5 x 12.5 inches
OriginUSA
Item model numberT50ELITE
Materialcomputer
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty DescriptionONE YEAR LIMITED
  
Additional Information
ASINB007ZQ7SN4
Best Sellers Rank #159,719 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 12, 2012
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Arrow Fastener T50ELITE Pro Easy Squeeze Staple and Brad Nail Gun.

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Arrow Fastener T50ELITE Pro Easy Squeeze Staple & Brad Nail Gun

Customer Reviews

Do yourself a favor and buy any other stapler than this one.
CTM
I tried at least 20 times with both the 5/8" and 1" brad nails.
Robert T
I had it set to the +, it wouldn't completely sink the brads.
Jeffrey

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Robert T on October 28, 2012
I am working on making store bought bookcases look like built-in bookcases. I bought the Arrow T50 Elite from a local hardware store to secure some trim with brad nails (Arrow Fastener BN1810 Genuine 5/8-Inch Brown Brad Nails, 500-pack and Arrow BN1816W 1" White Brad Nails (2000/Pak)). The T50 Elite comes with no printed directions. It took me a good 5 minutes to figure out how to load the brad nails. There are some engraved instructions, but it's still a little confusing. Here's how to do it:

1. Open the carriage by pulling the fastener down and out
2. Slide carriage open and hold T50 Elite upside down
3. Place the brad nails in the side with the 'window' (see picture)
4. Brad nails need to be upside down (head towards squeeze handle)
5. Close carriage

To use, set power setting (+ is for high, - is for low) then squeeze the handle. My first attempt at using the T50 was very disappointing. The first brad nail ejected fine, but every attempt afterward would not fire at all. I tried at least 20 times with both the 5/8" and 1" brad nails.

I packaged it back up for return, then had a thought... the spring is too weak to advance the brad nails. I tested my theory by adding another set of brad nails. Voila it worked!

The 5/8" brad nails will go entirely into the wood (tested on pine and particle board) without any splitting. The 1" brad nails will only go about half in UNLESS you apply pressure with your other hand toward the 'head' of the staple gun.

The long, easy squeeze handle makes it easy on the hands...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey on January 31, 2013
I tried tacking some 5/8 tacks to 3/4 plywood. I had it set to the +, it wouldn't completely sink the brads. I didn't have an issue with the brads advancing, but after 15 or so shots it did jam. It was a pain to open after the jamb, I had to get a knife out and pry on the release mechanism to free it. Once open I saw that some how the brads had stacked. I'm certain they went in correctly.

Pros....easy lever action, when brads went in they stuck in good.

Cons...lack of power, jamb, hard to open load mechanism, wire guide seems rickety and loose.

I will be returning mine, only 5% of the brads I shot where half way except able. If your looking to shoot brads I would use a pneumatic brad nailer.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CTM on July 6, 2014
I can't think of another modern product that I have used that is worse at its sole function than this Arrow stapler. Maybe, since arrow also sells staples they designed this stapler to waste as many staples as possible? Seriously, every other shot is a misfire. Do yourself a favor and buy any other stapler than this one. Surely nothing else out there can be this bad.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. Castle on October 7, 2013
This gun is advertised as accepting 1 inch brads. And it does! The problem is that it sinks them only a quarter inch into wood. It's not even remotely close.

Zero stars for 1 inch brads. Didn't bother trying staples with it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rayzer on May 3, 2014
I have to say that I thought this would be a good stapler. I bought it to attach chicken wire to some frames I built for our raised bed garden to keep the rabbits out. The wood I used to make the frames were those cheap 2" x 2" x 8' boards from Home Depot. I was using the Arrow brand 9/16" staples that I bought at the same time as the "Elite" stapler. The very first staple only went in halfway. The next time, and most times after that, the handle would seem to catch on something right about the time the staple "should" have come out. Once I got to looking to see what the problem was I could see that there are two plastic rollers at the back of the handle. If you don't push the handle down and slightly to the left, then the roller on the right side of the handle hits the frame of the stapler and won't allow the handle to push all the way down to eject the staple.

Other times, when I could get it to eject a staple, it either wouldn't set the staple in all the way or it would spit two staples out and bend the staples over without much penetration. I tried every way I could think of and after listening to my wife laugh at me for "not doing it right" I finally let her try it with the same results. I guess I don't have to tell you how that conversation went.

Anyway, with this being my third attempt at different models of Arrow staplers, I'm done with them and will start trying to find another brand when I take this one back.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Christopher J. Kaufman on December 15, 2013
Used for putting up Christmas decorations on a variety of surfaces. Stapler failed completely or failed intermittently on every surface with both 1/2" and 9/16" staples.
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