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Stanley TR150 SharpShooter Heavy Duty Staple Gun

by Stanley

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  • Heavy-duty staple gun with easy-squeeze, fatigue-reducing handle
  • Anti-jam mechanism saves time on the job
  • High-visibility yellow color easy to spot
  • Easy-slide full-stick staple load for added convenience
  • Uses Stanley SharpShooter TRA700 or Arrow T-50 heavy duty staples
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Technical Details
Part Number tr150
Item Weight1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions10 x 1.5 x 8.9 inches
OriginImported (Taiwan)
Item model numberTR150
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty DescriptionStanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship. This LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY does not cover products that are improperly used, abused, altered or repaired. Deficient products will be replaced or repaired.
  
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ASINB000BQWH40
Best Sellers Rank #52,203 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 4, 2004
  
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The Stanley TR150 SharpShooter Heavy Duty Staple Gun features an easy-squeeze handle that reduces hand fatigue, and an anti-jam mechanism that saves time on the job. The gun's high-visibility yellow color easy to spot in a toolbox or workshop, and its durable aircraft-aluminum housing withstands the heavy use and abuse that you can dish out. The staple gun delivers high power and deep penetration, and has an easy-slide full-stick staple load for added convenience. This staple guns uses Stanley SharpShooter TRA700 or Arrow T-50 heavy duty staples.



Versatile, durable, and designed to accomplish tasks efficiently.

Product Description

EXCLUSIVE ANTI-JAM MECHANISM; LOW STROKE HANDLE TO REDUCE HAND FATIGUE; HIGH POWER & PENETRATION;EASY-SLIDE FULL-STICK STAPLE LOAD

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Works well and is easier on the hands if you have arthritis, like I do.
Cary Stevens
Only when I held the stapler firmly in place with one hand and prevented any recoil with the other hand, would the staples go into the wood properly.
Jonathan A. Titus
It seems to feed the brads okay, but lacks the power to drive them either flush or below the surface even on pine!
John Treble

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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan A. Titus on June 26, 2005
Don't buy this product--it stinks. Deserves ZERO STARS. I bought this stapler/brad-driver to help me replace screening in wooden frames. I would have done better with a manual stapler and individual nails hammered in by hand.

Staples jam about 20% of the time and require manual clearing. Individual mis-fed staples fall into an internal slot and you must remove the group of staples and shake the unit vigorously to get the jammed staples to fall out.

Try as I might, I could not get staples to drive into the screen frames (pine) straight and true with any regularity. The staples ended up skewed, bent, and twisted. Only when I held the stapler firmly in place with one hand and prevented any recoil with the other hand, would the staples go into the wood properly. That's a tough maneuver when one hand pulls screening tight and the other hand operates the stapler.

The brad-driver part of this product is useless. The brads hardly ever drive flush with the wood surface and usually require a final tap or two with a small hammer. As with the staples, the brads jam or mis-feed frequently and sometimes the unit drives two brads simultaneously. The brad-loading arrangement is a kludge. A group of brads slides down one side of the staple slot (poorly described in the instructions). But because no rail keeps them in place, the spring-loaded "pusher" makes it impossible to load two or more segments of brads. So, if you end up with just a few brads in a group, either continue until you need a complete reload or pitch the few remaining and load a longer segment of brads. This design flaw means you end up with odd bits of brads that you have to load individually or throw away.

I plan to look for a professional-grade brad driver for some projects, but it will not come from Stanley's line of tools.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By BobRed on October 12, 2004
The heads of the nails would not sink flush with the wood and they sent me a new one. It did exactly the same thing! Too weak.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By T. ARHEIT on August 4, 2004
I've been extremely disappointed with the Stanley Sharpshooter Stapler/Nail Gun. It fails to drive even 1/4
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Liz Nichols on June 4, 2005
I bought this staple gun for an upholstery class. I was willing to pay more to get the flexibility of the nail/staple option and wanted something where I wouldn't wear my hand out as with an old fashioned staple gun.

As other reviewers have noted, it's not very powerful. That said, I was much happier with this Stanley than the other women were with their squeeze staple guns. For $10/day there was a higher powered rental available, which was the best of the lot (after I looked to buy and it retails for $150).

What it comes down to is what you want to use this staple gun for. Don't expect this to replace a pneumatic tool. If you need that kind of power, either because of heavy use, or to use with hard woods, then this staple gun won't meet your needs. But if you want a step up from the old fashion staple gun that is lightweight, quiet & flexible (it takes 10 kinds of staples and 2 kinds of nails), this is a good choice.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By John Treble on September 30, 2005
I have to echo Mr. Titus' review. I bought this unit to do some light upholstery work. It seems to feed the brads okay, but lacks the power to drive them either flush or below the surface even on pine!

Then I tried using staples (since that is the primary purpose for upholstery.) What a huge disappointment. Every staple jammed or would not feed to the nose. This is the result of a very poor design and/or poorly executed manufacturing (not meeting dimensional specifications, etc.) Stanley ought to pull this out of production and fix the problems. This piece of junk will harm their reputation.

I strongly discourage anyone from purchasing this staple/nail gun. You will be sorry if you do.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By curtainlady on June 6, 2005
Using for stapling fabric to untreated lumber for window treatments. About 60% of the staples this stapler shoots do not go into the wood. It requires less effort and would be great if it would perform even as well as a manual staple gun. It is a waste of your time & money. Very frustrating to use.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Suspenderz on May 15, 2006
I bought this about a year ago to install mosquito screen in pine and spruce lumber. On the low power setting it will drive 5/16" staples about 2/3 of the way in. On high power it shoots 2, 3 or 4 staples at a time with only one press of the trigger. The Stanley guarantee says it all:

LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY

Stanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life (not to exceed one year for products with electrical or electronic components) against deficiencies in material and workmanship.

Its useful life - not to exceed one year. Well, its useful life certainly did not exceed one year. It barely exceeded one week.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Hanson on November 10, 2005
I bought one of these about 5 years ago. It works ok in soft woods with short staples if you hold it down rather tightly against the wood. But after a few years I find it to be somewhat worthless since it cannot drive any kind of staple in anything but soft wood. So now I am back to Amazon looking for another electric stapler with some power. I don't always need the power. But there have been too many times when more power would have made all the difference.
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