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Senco 580101N 16-Gauge Construction Stapler

by Senco
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  • Rugged internal components mean long tool life
  • Drives 7/16" crown staples from 1-2" in length
  • Best for floor sheathing, lathing, fencing and roof deck
  • 5-year limited warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

SNS45, 16 Gauge Pneumatic Stapler, Drives 1" To 2" Staples, 2 Year Warranty.

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This professional-grade construction stapler is built to handle all but the toughest 16-gauge applications. The industry ranks this model's power-to-weight ratio as best in its class. We found it to be fast and powerful, capable of driving up to 16 1- to 2-inch staples a second. In fact, this model can handle eight different staple sizes. It has a top-loading, easy-release feed system with reload indicator, and jambs are easily cleared. Other worthwhile features include a mechanical countersink, narrow nose, and adjustable exhaust. Senco designed this stapler to be reliable, using 30% less parts than the competition. Among its many applications are sheathing, furniture frames, wood shingles, and decking. --Tom Kasperson

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Technical Details
Part Number 580001R
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions14 x 4 x 13 inches
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Item model numberSNS45XP
Power Sourceair-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
Warranty Description5 year
  
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Additional Information
ASINB0000225KU
Best Sellers Rank #150,440 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.6 pounds
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2007
  
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By James McKnight on August 28, 2000
Just bought a Senco SNS65 to do the siding, sheathing, soffit, facia, etc. on the house I am remodeling. It works great, plenty of power for both 1" and 2" staples. I'm using 1" rough cut siding on the log house and it drives through and flush every time. I'm glad I bought it.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By G. Reyes on January 7, 2005
I work in roofing and I used Porter Cable nailers for a long time. When my last Porter Cable nailer broke down on me in the middle of a job I went with Senco under the recomendation of my friend whom is also a roofer and a former construction worker. Ive had this stapler for almost 9 months now and it still amazes me every time I use it.

Fire rate is amazing. It honestly sounds like a machine gun and every staple it drives goes in correctly and without jams. Its really light and the handle is very comfortable. I can drive staples all day in plywood and not have a blister on my hand or have sore arms.

In the 9 months I have used it it has only jammed about three times, and those jams were when I changed brands of staples that had a really sticky and cheap varnish to them which caused the gun to go haywire.

My only gripes are that the front end spring that holds the driving assembly in place can get loose causing your gun to misfire. Simple solution for that though, just get some pressure pliers with a wide mouth and compress the spring enough to hold it in place. Also the finish on the piston head chamber can get really worn out really fast. But hey youre buying this tool for work not for looks right? The CFM required to use it is a little high but if you need the kind of power this gun delivers then you shouldnt really have a problem with that. If you need something more casual I suggest the SNS40

I highly recommend this nailer for all professional contruction workers, last a long time and when they do eventually break down its very cheap to fix.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Brian Kerutis on July 9, 2000
SENCO has been around a long time and it shows, it's a top of the line product. Well made, tough construction, lightweight, comfort plus, makes this product worth the money.It's depenability and craftmanship make the investment worthwhile.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Blu Sessions on August 21, 2002
I RECEINTLEY BOUGHT THIS GUN FOR NAILING OFF PLYWOOD. I COULDN`T BELIEVE THE SPEED IT WOULD SPIT OUT THE STAPLES; IT SOUNDED LIKE AN UZI. THIS IS MY FAVORITE AIRTOOL I HAVE BY FAR! I RECOMEND THIS GUN TO EVERY HOMEBUILDER!
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By John Sechrest on February 19, 2013
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Bought this for sheathing and cabinet assembly. Has pretty good depth adjustment, very few jams, "usually when you hit knots" more than enough power. Have ran about 15,000 fasteners through it and can tell this one will run well for years. Holding power of these staples and their cost make it a good product.
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