|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 8.6 x 1.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||T72|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Measurement System||metric, inch|
|Warranty Description||5 YEAR|
|National Stock Number||5120-00-203-3837|
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- Shoots large insulated staples
- Professional grade quality
- Features color coded, non slip grip
- Wire guide included
- For non-metallic sheathed cable 12/2-, 14/2-, and other wire up to 1/2-inch wide
- Made in the USA
- Works with 31/64-inch (12mm) insulated fastener and 19/31-inch insulated fastener
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First off, it does not hold many staples so get used to loading it. Buy lots of them though since you'll use tons in a job.
Second. Press the staples deeper into the plastic rings BEFORE loading them into the gun. This is a similar technique to what one would do to a magazine on a handgun...tapping the shells in. I found this prevented the staples from jamming and also they tended to seat deeper into the wood. Before loading, I turn the strip of staples upside down and push them against the stud or joist and then load them into the stapler.
Third, this is not a simple quick pull and move on...you need to make sure the nose of the stapler is up against the surface firmly. Otherwise the staples will not go in completely.
If you are attaching to joists make sure you use the 721168HW staples
I've used the 721168HW and 721189 staples. I've used these on 12/2, 14/2, 14/3.
These DO NOT work on armored BX style cable
Only improvement that Arrow could make would be to reverse the handle so that the pressure is fully applied to the nose of the stapler. I never found one like this. If I could find one that was air powered I'd be really happy
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This may not be for the pro but for me it was a life saver. I am doing all the wire over in the basement. This woks is all I can say.Published 1 month ago by johnny
Works really well and makes the job a lot easier and neater. Sometimes, you do have to tap in some of the staples with a hammer little to get them to tighten up. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Works great been using for several months. Have done about 6 new homes with it. Was using Gardner Bender brand but the would brake after 3-4 houses of use. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bryan Baldwin
I was really hoping this would work. I hate the standard two nail/plastic cable staples.
I even bought the extra heavy duty hardwood staples for this stapler because much of... Read more
Ideal for the job I wanted them for, they didn't jam or fail in any way, much easier than hammer and clips. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ian
Doesn't have enough horsepower to put the arrow 7/8 staples into a Doug fir studPublished 10 months ago by Biff.Turboshooter