Central Pneumatic 20 Gauge Wide Crown Air Stapler

October 19, 2013 - Comment

Durable, lightweight stapler holds 100 staples at a time, letting you work longer before reloading. Drives 5/32″ to 5/8′ long, 20 gauge wide standard crown staples Easy open magazine latch for fast loading by one hand Continuous operation for high efficiency 360° rotatable exhaust Takes Arrow T-50 and similar Staples sold separately. Load capacity: 100

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Durable, lightweight stapler holds 100 staples at a time, letting you work longer before reloading.
Drives 5/32″ to 5/8′ long, 20 gauge wide standard crown staples
Easy open magazine latch for fast loading by one hand
Continuous operation for high efficiency
360° rotatable exhaust
Takes Arrow T-50 and similar
Staples sold separately.
Load capacity: 100
Gauge: 20
Average air consumption: 0.3 CFM @ 90 PSI
Working air pressure: 70 to 110 PSI
Air inlet: 1/4″ NPT
Weight: 2.09 lbs.
Dimensions: 8.7″ L x 1.7″ W x 5.75″ H
Application Guide: Light furniture, cabinet assembly and trim molding
Shipping Weight: 2.50 lbs.

Product Features

  • Durable, lightweight stapler holds 100 staples at a time
  • Drives 5/32″ to 5/8′ long, 20 gauge wide standard crown staples
  • Load capacity: 100 Gauge: 20
  • Working air pressure: 70 to 110 PSI Air inlet: 1/4″ NPT

Comments

M. Hazlewood says:

Piece of Crap LOL! This is the same POS stapler they sell at Harbor Freight for $25, less with a coupon, and still not worth it. Where they get off charging so much, I don’t know, I just hope you’re not stupid enough to buy it. Just like the other reviewer said, it’s own vibration from shooting staples causes the latch to open and all your staples come flying out everywhere. In addition, if you hold the staple feed shut to prevent the first problem it still doesn’t work right. You never know how many…

Anonymous says:

Well I had a very different experience.I’ve been stapling sheets of thick radiant barrier to the under rafters in my Texas attic.I bought and used electric staple guns for the job. I went through two of them. They burnt out and stopped working.I may have put 4,000 staples through them. They were frequently jamming and the height of those staplers were tall!The height was important because the slope of the roof made it so that I couldn’t staple too close to the top…

Anonymous says:

I bought one of these and used it once, then put it back in the box and returned it. I used standard T50 staples with it on a Porter Cable compressor.The lever to open the slide to lead staples would not stay shut. The force of firing one staple caused the lever to open the slide and the staples fell out. I did one small project and had to pick up the staples off the floor every time I pulled the trigger. I tried holding the lever in the closed position, but the force of firing one…

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