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BYNFORD HARDWOOD FLOORING STAPLER NAILER (Uses standard narrow crown staples such as Senco "L" etc)

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  • Uses standard 18 gauge narrow crown staples AND 18 gauge brad nails up to 1-9/16"
  • Shoe easily adjusts to multiple floor thicknesses
  • Easily converts to as standard combination stapler/brad nailer
  • Designed for floors from 1/4" - 9/16" (or 3/4" in limited applications)
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BYNFORD HARDWOOD FLOORING STAPLER NAILER (Uses standard narrow crown staples such as Senco "L" etc) + Senco L15BAB 18 Gauge by 1/4-inch Crown by 1-1/4-inch Length Electro Galvanized Staples (5,000 per box) + Senco L13BABN 18-Gauge by 1/4-inch Crown by 1-Inch Leg Electro Galvanized Staples, 5000-Per Box
Price for all three: $141.51

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Product Description

An economical and well made general purpose hardwood flooring stapler. Although not recommended for commercial use, this is ideal as a backup tool for the contractor, or for the person laying their own floors (way cheaper than a few days rental!) the value in this tool is hard to beat. This tool is ideally suited for floors up to 9/16", although we recommend you check your flooring instructions to make sure the 18 gauge narrow crown staple is recommended for your floor. Some thicker harder floors (eg. Bamboo) may require a larger tool. On harder woods, we recommend using the shortest staple which meets your installation requirements. And when done your floor, you can easily switch of the nose for a standard one (included) which converts the tool to a standard narrow crown stapler/combination 18 gauge brad nailer!

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Technical Details
Part Number 1840AFS
Item Weight4.2 pounds
Product Dimensions12.2 x 10.6 x 3.6 inches
Item model number1840AFS
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Included Componentsstand
  
Additional Information
ASINB003AU15JM
Best Sellers Rank #25,877 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMarch 4, 2010
  
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Lays the staple right into the tongue crease.
Thomas Anger
I installed 800+ feet of 3/8 engineered oak hardwood flooring using over 8000 staples, and the stapler worked perfectly.
Joe
This stapler worked great for us and saved us a lot of money over having to rent one.
EHiker

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Joe on May 23, 2010
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I installed 800+ feet of 3/8 engineered oak hardwood flooring using over 8000 staples, and the stapler worked perfectly. There were no miss-fires, and the stapler would not shoot a staple if I didn't have it lined up correctly - which is a huge plus, because I've used others in the past that would put a staple in the surface of the floor if you didn't have it placed on the tongue properly. Even if you're only going to install a few hundred square feet of flooring, this is worth buying because it costs about the same as renting a unit for 3 days, and it's brand new and not abused like most rental units are.

Also a HUGE plus with this stapler is that it uses 1/4" staples instead of the 3/16" staples that Bostich and the cheaper Bynford stapler use - and that will save you the cost of the unit on a larger project. I got 5,000 1/4" staples from amazon.com for $8.50 per box with no tax and free shipping. The local H**e D*p*t wanted $25.00 for 5,000 for the 3/16" staples. I used 3 boxes and that saved me over $50.00 alone.

Another PLUS is the ability to use multiple size staples, and not just 1" staples... and of course it can also be used as a brad nailer to install the shoe molding after you're done with the flooring... yet another cost savings... I haven't used it as a brad nailer yet since I already own a Bostich brad nailer.

This stapler has already made me much more money than I paid for it and the quality seems good, especially for the price. The only con I can think of is the instruction manual is very poor, and if your not very mechanically inclined, of haven't used a flooring stapler before, it's not real clear how to adjust the stapler for the flooring size.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By mnoswad1 on December 20, 2011
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I used this stapler to install 600 sq ft of 3/8 inch engineered flooring into an osb subfloor. Works well but started getting several misfires towards the end of the project. not any jams though.

I got in the habit of checking after each trigger pull to make sure that a staple was fired from the tool. You have to look for an actual staple rather than the depression that the tool makes into the wood when dry fired. Speaking of that, since this is a cheaper tool there is no dry fire lock out, meaning that if you get into a good rhythm, it''s easy to forget to reload and find that your put a plank into the floor without any staples.

I recently installed the alternate nose piece converting from flooring to a conventional stapler and it works just as well in that configuration too.

Best thing is that it uses 1/4 inch staples that are cheaper and more readily available, and I think they do a better job of holding things down due to the 1/4 inch width.

Cons are that it requires the use of a special oil, not air tool oil, so be aware an use the correct oil in this gun.

I would have given a higher rating but i don't think this is a $100 tool.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By AK wood cutter on February 29, 2012
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I bought this stapler based on price and good reviews. It did a fine job on my 500 sqft flooring project with only an occasional misfire. The cost was less than half of a bostitch and less than a rental unit @ $25/day. I used a variety of staples and they all worked well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Peter Mueller on December 29, 2011
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Used this to put in 400 square feet of bamboo flooring as long as you hold it tight to the floor works very well found 85?psi 4cfm compressor worked best and kept putting oil in the intake. Nice angle but need to fire about four staples per board. Overall very satisfied for prrice
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James C. Greetham on October 19, 2011
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I'm currently installing ~1600 s.f. of 3/8" engineered hardwood flooring. I've done ~900 s.f. and ~6000 staples so far and this stapler has worked very well. I've had one jam which took about 2 hr. to fix but it may have been easier if I had realized what happened and didn't try to shoot it 3 more times! I always put a few drops of oil in before each day's use.

Other reviews say this would not be suitable for a professional installer but to me it seems well made. I expect it'll be with me for a while - especially since it converts to a finish nailer/stapler too.

Cheers,
Jim
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By denny on September 26, 2011
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my son-in-law and i just installed around 500 sq feet of 1/2" maple flooring. after i looked at renting one this was very appealling to own it for the cost of a 2 day rent. my son in law asked if i ordered the cheap one and i said yes if it doesn't work i'll send it back.you won't be geting this one back what a great stapler after a little adjustment it never missed a beat we finished and put it away for the next flooring job.BYNFORD HARDWOOD FLOORING STAPLER NAILER (Uses standard narrow crown staples such as Senco "L" etc) ps. the staples came all messed up in the bigger box but not a big deal as we used most of them. thanks amason
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H. Tran on September 15, 2011
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I bought this to do 3/8 engineered hardwood floors in two bedrooms and the foyer area. By default the setting is set to shoot staples in the least amount. The staples stick out about 1/8". Simply turning the adjustment knob near the trigger counter clockwise made the staples set just right. I did over adjust it a bit just to test and the staples went way into the wood. Like others have said, the instructions are hard to understand. Just playing with it a bit, you can figure out what settings to use.
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