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12 hammer tacker staplers $10 and up. Unused in box. Some staples too. (Gunbarrel)

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Hammer tacker staplers (aka. slap staplers) from various pro brands. Both fixed driver and mechanical driver types.
Unused in box.
---Arrow HT65 (roofing stapler)$49, Bostitch PC2K, Bostitch H30-8, Duo-Fast HT-550 $40, Duo-Fast HT-755M (magnetic)$75, FPC Surebonder Max Impact Pro 5850 $25, Rapid R11E $15, Porta-Nails 60818 $20, Prebena HHPF 09 $10, Stanley PHT150 $15
---Also a Rapid R19 fine wire stapler with a full box of staples for $15.
---Also, a National Nails Stinger cap stapler that drives staples with plastic washers $45.
-Package deal on the two Bostich staplers and approx. 20,000 Powercrown staples, all for $75.

-Most of these tackers drive common Arrow T50 / Duo-Fast A-11 staples, but a few use different fasteners.
-Two of these are specialty models. One with a magnetic pad for attaching "tin caps"/"tin tabs" under the staple for greater surface area, and one for driving wide-crown roofing staples for shingles and roll-roofing.


Use these tools for quick application of housewrap, roofing felt, tar paper, fan-fold insulation, or any other textile.
Also, the tool of choice for attaching carpet padding.
Just whack the tool down like a hammer to drive--no squeezing required. If you lack the room to swing or want to be sure of your aim, you can put the nose down first and bump the stapler down with your hand like an office stapler.

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