It works smoothly and is powerful. Works like advertised. It is reliable and sturdy.
The only con for me is the case. This one is in service with amateurs at a church wood shop.
Works absolutely fine with non-bostitch 1/4 crown staples. In thinner materials take care and aim well as longer staples may deflect and pop out of the side of your piece. It works as advertised with all the lengths of staples from various makers that... Read More
Best features are oil free and exhaust thru rear air inlet. Swivel air fitting with internal filter improves manoeuvrability.
Stanley/black&decker (bostitch’s parent company) sells variations of this same tool under their portercable and dewalt brands. Easy to load and uses standard 1/4 narrow crown staples. Crown molding and for a facia project.
Guage brad nailer does the same thing (same make of gun) however; it jammed within the first 100 nails i shot and has jammed four times since. Better find a nice comfortable place to sit down with a hand full of tools and be ready to spend 6-10 mins f... Read More
For a hobbyist or someone who doesn't need a power stapler, this is a solid, good choice. Does a great job but the staple length has to match the hardness of the wood. Bought this to reupholster an office chair.
The build quality is incomparably better than others of equal price ranges. They are machined well, and will likely last a lifetime w care. The power selector is very handy.
Takes standard utility staples, and performs consistent and with ease. Comes with a five year warranty and will take any brand of staples you have * around the garage. Takes whatever staple that is sold.
Rubber feels thin, stiff and brittle. Only feeds a staple about 1 out 10 pulls. Very disapointed. Would not purchase again.
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