BOSTITCH 438S2R-1 16 Gauge 3/4-Inch to 1-1/4-Inch Wide Crown Roofing Stapler

January 4, 2014 - Comment

2750-1873 Features: -Exclusive no jam magazine.-Power control valve adjusts power by 30pct.-Molded rubber comfort grip lasts life of tool.-Rubber housing pads keep stapler from sliding off roof.-Hardened nose with carbide inserts resists wear.-Adjustable depth-control prevents over penetration of staples.-Shingle gauge for conveniently spacing shingles.-Reduced height for stapling in tight areas.-Adhesive fastener collation. Dimensions: -Uses 16

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2750-1873 Features: -Exclusive no jam magazine.-Power control valve adjusts power by 30pct.-Molded rubber comfort grip lasts life of tool.-Rubber housing pads keep stapler from sliding off roof.-Hardened nose with carbide inserts resists wear.-Adjustable depth-control prevents over penetration of staples.-Shingle gauge for conveniently spacing shingles.-Reduced height for stapling in tight areas.-Adhesive fastener collation. Dimensions: -Uses 16 gauge, 1” wide crown staples 1/2” to 1-1/2” (2750-1956) fastener range.

Product Features

  • 3/4- to 1-1/4-Inch 16-gauge nailer for composite shingle roofing, sheathing, and house wrap/vapor barrier
  • Patented jam-free magazine; power control valve adjusts power by 30 percent
  • Lightweight, durable aluminum frame; molded rubber comfort grip lasts life of tool
  • Magazine capacity 160 staples
  • 7-year warranty

Comments

"mschrader6" says:

Great Product Exactly what I needed. Sure speed up roofing projects. Lighter weight than I thought. Super easy to change stables. Love it!

Anonymous says:

Heavy duty stapler. Doesn’t missfire. A box of 16,000 staples will run about $80-$100 as of 2012, but you can find them cheaper if you look for sales. Basically stapling will save time an money. Because you can use 3-4inch to 1-1/4inch crowns it gives you a wide variety of staples you can use. A box store will almost certainly carry a type the gun can use.If you are in an area with high winds, local building code may require special engineering. But with tar paper or housewrap…

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