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Easy-squeeze product works overtime as a staple gun, brad nailer, cable tacker and wire tacker.

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Smooth reliable operation

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Lightweight

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Easy to replace

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Heavy duty steel construction

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Not go in straight

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Easy-squeeze product works overtime as a staple gun, brad nailer, cable tacker and wire tacker. All-metal drive channel ensures better penetration. Less force to squeeze and more driving power. Heavy duty aircraft-aluminum housing for long-lasting durability. Hi/Lo power lever for hard and soft materials. Flush-nose design solves the problem of stapling in tight spots. Lock-down handle for safe storage. Quick-view window simplifies staple identification. Easy-slide full-stick staple load. Uses Stanley SharpShooter TRA700 series or Arrow T-50 heavy duty narrow crown staples and 1/2-Inch, 9/16-Inch and 5/8-Inch Brads.

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Features

  • Aluminum
  • Imported
  • Easy-squeeze product works overtime as a staple gun, brad nailer, cable tacker and wire tacker
  • All-metal drive channel ensures better penetration
  • Less force to squeeze and more driving power
  • Heavy duty aircraft-aluminum housing for long-lasting durability. Hi/Lo power lever for hard and soft materials. Flush-nose design solves the problem of stapling in tight spots
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is this a stapler and a nail gun? If a nail gun, what kind of nails do i use?

    Uses Stanley® SharpShooter® TR250 uses Brad nails (12mm 1/2" Brad SWKBN050), (15mm 5/8" Brad SWKBN0625). For your Staples 1/4" 6mm TRA704, 8mm 5/16" TRA705, 10mm 3/8" TRA706, 12mm 1/2" TRA708, 14mm 9/16" TRA709.

  • How does this preform as a brad nailer?

    The Brad nailer work just fine.

  • Is this as easy of a squeeze as stated for 64 years old lady and have arthritic hands?

    It might be a bit too much for you. I would guess this manual gun takes a good 20 lbs of pressure to compress the spring and fire the staple.

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