Question about Stanley Pneu Roof Stapler
When I pull the trigger on my nailer, 2 or 3 nails are ejected into the wood.
Its all about the pressure you apply...to solve this try pushing down then firing....i know its a pain and slows work a bit but it'll save you staples and from possibly firing THROUGH the shingle...pulling them up is enough of a pain anyway... also see if you can tighten the tip of the gun...that should make it less responsive, tighten the trigger as well...good luck
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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