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Stanley TR45K Light Duty Staple Gun Kit
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- Perfect for everyday stapling needs around the home or office. Lightweight with convenient handle lock for safe storage
- Stanley - Black & Decker
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Quick-jam-clear mechanism saves time and hassles. Chrome-plated steel construction for durability. Uses Stanley TRA200 or Arrow JT-21 light duty staples
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I was starting a new project (wrapping 80 canvases around pine wood stretcher bars) so I needed a staple gun. I went to a local hardware store and first purchased an electric Bostitch. However, it couldn't keep the staples straight, nor shoot them in all the way. Following up each staple with a hammer is not very efficient.
I then purchased an Arrow ETFX50 electric stapler (without first checking Amazon since I was buying locally and needed a stapler "now"). What a piece of garbage. It would fire 2-3 staples, then jam. I would need to disassemble, remove jam, reassemble, fire 2-3 staples, jam, repeat. Obviously, I wasn't being very productive - and becoming very frustrated.
I then came to Amazon to find a stapler and found people having identical problems with the Arrows and other manufacturers. After digging around, I came across this Stanley TR45K Light Duty Staple Gun Kit. Not sure it would do the job, I was skeptical. However, after reading the reviews from others who were doing similar projects (stapling canvas to pine stretcher bars), I was swayed - so I ordered. Unit arrived today and the best decision I've made in a long time.
Yes, this is thee little staple gun that could! Very easy to load, easy to squeeze, and lightweight. Surprisingly, the staples sunk perfectly in the wood - no hammer required. After shooting through two complete bars of staples, I didn't have a single misfire or jam.
It seems harder and harder these days to find quality products and tools. This Stanley delivers, and all for under $15! And to top it off, this kit comes with a box of staples, and a soft-shelled black carry case to boot!
Thank you Stanley!
1) Comes with inexpensive cordura type case with zip closure. It has elastic bands to hold the stapler and staples in place. Decent package for the price.
2) Staples are close to the same size as office staples.
3) Easily and completely penetrates the ff: Drywall, 2X4, hard board (used for chairs) and surprisingly regular wood on my kitchen cabinet doors. (may not completely penetrate hardwood. I did not test that)
4) Includes 1000 staples in convenient plastic case.
5) WARNING: Requires relatively strong grip to operate the stapler.
6) Easy to load staples.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does an excellent job but does require quite a bit of pressure to perform.Published 10 days ago by spinetingler
I use it to attach canvas to a frame for my paintings. It works perfectly for that. I haven't tried it for anything else. This is the first time I use a staple gun for anything. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Angelica
I bought this in order to stretch a canvas print to a frame myself and this is just perfect!! Easy installation of staples that came with the gun which also comes with a case. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Wendi76
I bought the stapler to hold my canvas on frames for painting. The frames are made of quality white pine and the staples are shot in the whole way. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Karlee Nelsen
I needed a staple gun to repair a cat tree on which the rope was falling off due to being scratched a lot. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kimberly
I have a TR45K and a regular Stanley staple gun. The difference between the products is negligible, aside from the fact that the respective staples are not interchangeable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ReMark 4N