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How do you load brads into the Arrow t50pbn staple gun?

I have an Arrow T50PBN staple gun with no instructions. I need to know how to load the brads into the gun.

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  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    brads jamed in gun

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Yes, the gun comes with no instructions. Strange but thanks, there is Internet. DO NOT PUSH THE TRIGGER during any time of this process. BE SAFE and use your common sense. If you don't know what you are doing, stop right now and see help from someone who knows more.

1. Turn the gun upside down so the bottom of the gun is upwards. let's suppose the end through which the stapes come out are on the left side and a little spring push tab is on the right side when the gun is in this position.
2. Push the spring tab in and you will see a little catch disengage from a notch (the notch is located just above this push tab).
3. While keeping the tab pushed in, pull the tab up until the catch that disengaged from the notch (see step, above) comes clear of the notched area of the gun.
4. The spring loaded bar / arm will pop /slide out now.
5. Load the staples into the staples housing / channel (make sure the open end of the staples is upwards (remember, the gun is upside down and the bottom of the gun is facing up)).
6. Slide the spring arm back in. Push it in a bit and let the catch in the push tab pop back into the notch.

Posted on Aug 19, 2011

  • Kathy Homme Mar 31, 2014

    That works for the staples but not the brads.

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My Arrow T50 seems to be jammed how can I fix

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Look at rear handle and push in tab then pull out load brads. Please Rate Thanks

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