ARROW HT50 Hammer Tacker

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It may not be Thor’s Hammer, but at least Loki can wield it and not fuss for the fun.

This ARROW HT50 Hammer Tacker is perfect for installing roofing paper, carpet backing, installing insulation, or even putting together those small wooden Boy Scout projects. It secures any flat-crown wire staples that are 5/16”, 3/8”, or 1/2“ (#505, #506 & #508), and loads two full strips of Arrow T50 staples (16 ga.). You’ll be glad to know there is an added mechanism that resists jamming for hassle-free operation, and the form-grip handle is sturdy for a secure grasp when you're in the swing of things.

With a limited lifetime warranty, steel parts for increased durability, and made in the USA…you can’t go wrong (unless a finger gets in the way)!

Money saving idea: Choose the shortest staple possible that will sufficiently secure the stuff you want to install. For example, if you're going to attach roofing felt paper, you don't need to use a long 9/16 inch staple. In most cases a 3/16-inch staple would work just as well and cost less money.

 

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It may not be Thor’s Hammer, but at least Loki can wield it and not fuss for the fun.

This ARROW HT50 Hammer Tacker is perfect for installing roofing paper, carpet backing, installing insulation, or even putting together those small wooden Boy Scout projects. It secures any flat-crown wire staples that are 5/16”, 3/8”, or 1/2“ (#505, #506 & #508), and loads two full strips of Arrow T50 staples (16 ga.). You’ll be glad to know there is an added mechanism that resists jamming for hassle-free operation, and the form-grip handle is sturdy for a secure grasp when you're in the swing of things.

With a limited lifetime warranty, steel parts for increased durability, and made in the USA…you can’t go wrong (unless a finger gets in the way)!

Money saving idea: Choose the shortest staple possible that will sufficiently secure the stuff you want to install. For example, if you're going to attach roofing felt paper, you don't need to use a long 9/16 inch staple. In most cases a 3/16-inch staple would work just as well and cost less money.