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Makita AT1150A 7/16-inch Medium Crown Stapler (16 Ga.)

by Makita
8 customer reviews

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  • Depth Adjustment, Drives staples to the precise level on the wood's surface
  • Top-Loading Magazine, Allows user to quickly load 16 Ga 7/16" staples varying in length from 1" to 2"
  • Sky Hook, Tool can remain close by, but never in the way.
  • Tool-Less Staple Clearing, Quick release cam-lock opens nail guide assembly to easily clear jammed staples
  • Built-In Air Filter, Prevents debris from entering the tool
  • Compact with less weight for all day use
  • Top-loading magazine allows user to quickly load 16 GA 7/16"" staples varying in length from 1"" to 2""
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Product Description

Product Description

Includes 7/16-in 16-Gauge Medium Crown Stapler - AT1150A-R, Oil Supply - A0907-0001, Safety Goggles - A0908-0171, Hex Wrench - A0913-0011, Tool Hook - A0316-0311

From the Manufacturer

Lightweight design afor comfort and control, Quick release cam-lock opens nose assembly to clear jammed staples, Built-In air fiter minimizes fust and debris from entering the tool.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number AT1150A
Item Weight6.6 pounds
Product Dimensions15.7 x 14.1 x 4.9 inches
Item model numberAT1150A
ColorTeal, silver, black
Power SourceAir-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Certificationcertified frustration-free
Included Componentsbare-tool
Warranty Description1 year, 30 Day Satisfaction Guarantee
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #312,084 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Date First AvailableNovember 9, 2005
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Kause on July 17, 2010
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As a DIYer, and not a builder by profession, I was looking for a medium crown stapler (MCS from now on)of reasonable quality and price- not necessarily the top of the line that will last me through decades of constant use. The Makita matched these criteria well in my search through the reviews of MCS. I was even looking at reconditioned ones and the new Makita at Amazon beat most of the name brand tools - even as a new item.
The other criteria I wanted was quality, and at least in the reviews I found online and not just at Amazon, this one got good reviews. So far, and I haven't put too many staples in for the particular project I purchased this for, but has performed beautifully - no jams as yet, it's light enough to be reasonable (and I'm a woman using this for soley overhead work at this time), and the hook for hanging it on a belt as come in very handy.
The only downfalls I've found, and again, these don't affect me that much because of my DIYer status, are the depth adjustment which requires the use of an allen wrench (fortunately stored on the tool itself) and the loosening of a screw to adjust - unlike my PC finish nailer which just has a small nob to turn with your finger for depth adjustment. The other downfall is there is no case - in my opinion one can be easily built or for the pro, you could easily hang this in your truck amongst other tools. Neither of these downfalls were involved in my 4 star rating however. I just did not feel I could give 5 stars having only put in a limited number of staples as yet.
After I finish my project, I will likely put an update of this review online.

Update 12/21/10 I have completed my project which was replacing my front porch ceiling with tongue and groove finished boards. All overhead work and never had a problem with this stapler, no jams, only two misfires which were my own fault, and no sore shoulders. Two thumbs up (and all ten fingers intact) for this stapler.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. S. Gudeman on May 19, 2008
I own a siding coil nailer from Makita and that gun is great, so with that in mind, I took a chance and bought this gun about a month ago. I have used it fairly extensively on multiple projects (cedar clapboard, T&G beaded ceiling, cedar shakes, railing spindles, a bird house and I plan on using it for a porch floor) and it has performed without a hitch, not one jam. It isn't an air hog nor does it have any trouble shooting/driving a 2" staple... to date, that's all I've shot is 2" staple. It's light and easy to use... well balanced and fits the hand well. A well engineered gun.

We will see on the durability aspect of it, but if it's anything like the other Makita gun I own (2 yrs and counting) I have nothing to worry about.

I give 5 stars for the gun and gun performance...

I give Makita less than that since most of us (those who use these type of tools on a daily basis) don't need another pair of (cheap) safety glasses, and I suspect that most people who own pneumatic guns and such have plenty of oil. While those things are nice... I'd rather see a selectable trigger like the coil nailer has... and a case wouldn't hurt either.

I digress... the gun is great and well worth the cost. I initially paid $187 and change for it when I first purchased it and have watched as it's dropped almost $60.00. Luckily for me, it's been within the 30 day window allowing me to receive adjustments. $187 and change is a lot to pay for this gun, $130.00-ish is not... it's a steal. I'd buy it again in a second.

UPDATE: 12-14-08 Gun still going strong and performing without a single hitch... this gun has yet to fail or disappoint. I also see that me getting it for the $130 is indeed a steal. Oh well... still a great gun though.
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The stapler is well constructed. It does not require high air volume to operate efficiently. A good product would be even better if a case was provided. My decision was between the Senco and the Makita. I chose the Makita for its aluminum magazine over the Senco plastic magazine. The price of the Makita was approximately $30 less. I have not used it much at this time, but I intend to use it primarily for roof sheeting. I believe it is a good stapler for the price.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ari on July 15, 2013
Local construction materials company where I bought wood siding to install on the cottage had this in stock and it was on the siding manufacturer's recommended list of staplers so I bought it without any research. Big mistake. The stapler does not have a sequential mode; most nail guns I used have an adjustable trigger that lets you choose between sequential and continuous firing. This one is supposed to be automatic, which really just means you have to lift the tip off the work piece really fast so it does not drive in a second staple. The users manual offers no clear instruction how to switch between the two modes (although it does call it 'modes') because there aren't two modes. There is one mode and two 'ways' of operating it. Since the stapler can shoot around 10 staples a second, you can estimate the amount of time allowed to you to to lift the tip off the piece before a second staple is fired. I am a pretty handy guy, but just couldn't get used to it. What happens is you are pushing the tip against the piece, and when it fires, there is naturally recoil. But since you are still pressing it, the tip comes off the piece(recoil)and on again since you are pressing it to the piece. You have to lift the tip off the piece before it contacts the piece again because of recoil. Works half the time. The manual suggests not to push the tip with excessive force against the work piece. Yeah, that works because since you are barely pushing the tip, it is less prone to come off the piece on recoil and then contact again (and fire a second staple). But the result of this is that, because you're not pushing the tip towards the piece (so you don't fire a second staple), the first one does not go in properly!Read more ›
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