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Like all of Milwaukees new nailers, this is incredibly light, even fully loaded, and its cool, compact size makes it a cinch to tote and use, especially in awkward positions and at the tail end of a long day. Despite its size, its still a heavyweight in the power department, and, best of all, its reload indicator even alerts you when your magazines nearly empty. Loading more staples takes a couple of seconds at most. Another big tip of the hat to Milwaukee for incorporating both sequential and bump firing modes, accessible just by turning a knob, so when speed is a need, youre ready to go, but precision is at your fingertips too. We like the quality built into this tool, from the magnesium housing and oil-free motor to the easily adjustable air deflector and muffler, as well as the conveniently integrated belt. The non-marring nosepiece wont deface your work surface, and theres even a self-cleaning air filter in the tool handle, keeping dust and dirt out of the tools workings and that means longer tool life. Tool-free depth adjustment is on-the-mark reliable, fast and easy.
In hand, this stapler feels great: light, comfortable, agile, beautifully balanced, and dare we say, fun to use. Milwaukees marketing this line to professionals, but weve never met a do-it-yourselfer who wouldnt love this stapler and all it can do.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste
Amazon.com Product Description
The Milwaukee 18 gauge 1/4" Narrow Crown Stapler features an ultra lightweight magnesium housing that helps to minimize fatigue, plus its compact size offers greater maneuverability. This tool features a powerful oil-free motor that eliminates daily oiling and potential work surface contamination. The tool-free depth-of-drive adjustment gives you precise depth control and protects against overdriving nails. This unit also features a selectable trigger that allows you to choose sequential or contact actuation by simply turning a knob. An in-handle self-cleaning air filter extends life by preventing dirt and debris from entering the tool. The adjustable air deflector with muffler directs exhaust away from the work area. This nailer comes with a removable no-mar tip that prevents damage to the workpiece. It also features a reload indicator that alerts the user when nearly out of nails. Also features an internal piston catch, rubber over-molded handle and trigger, and an adjustable belt hook that provides convenience for carrying when not in use.
PSI 70 to 120; 0-degree collation angle; air consumption .03 cu. ft./cycle at 100 PSI; air inlet 1/4" NPT; magazine capacity 101 staples; net weight 2.5 lbs.
What's in the Box
Milwaukee 7155-21 18 Gauge Finishing Stapler, safety glasses, 3mm and 5mm hex wrenches, carrying case, 1 box (1,000) 1" 18 gauge narrow crown staples.
Finish and trim (interior and exterior), floor underlayment, cabinet work, casebacks, furniture, light trim moldings, fascia and soffits, drawers, staircases, carpet installation, mirror and picture frames, crafts, lattice.
had this stapler for several years now building kitchen and install , it's worked perfect and never missed one shot .Published 7 months ago by bisaro
I lost my 1/4" Senco SKS stapler and was frantic since I couldn't be without one. I saw the Milwaukee 1/4" on Amazon at a very attractive price so I bought it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Crazy Collector
As usual the Millwakee tool are the best, I love this gun, and it is smooth, and never fails, always perfectPublished on January 30, 2012 by Joe Murray
Great unit -- works very well. I'm a home handyman and Milwaukee tools always exceed my expectations. Read morePublished on October 31, 2011 by M. B. Phillips
Got mine a couple of days ago. No cons yet. Here are some of the things I like:
- Construction. Seems built well. Plastic is thick. Magnesium housing looks good. Read more
works without a flaw...puts a staple where you want it. what else is there...it just works and it works good.Published on August 30, 2010 by John
As always, Amazon shipped free and fast. Prior to using a narrow crown stapler, I always used a 15 and 16 gauge finish nailer, which are adequate for finish trim. Read morePublished on December 20, 2009 by hfhcarp10
had this gun for a year or so and it's started to give several misfires in a row at this point. it was great out of the box, but i'm wondering about its long-term reliability at... Read morePublished on June 23, 2009 by Chris Miller
I own several nailers, all of which require you to adjust the air pressure to set the nail to the desired depth; with the new line of Milwaukee nailers, you can leave the pressure... Read morePublished on May 7, 2009 by Thomas A. Mitchell