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I have a tr250 nobody can show the loading part for the stapler.i need parts (no tension on staples)no spring or part that push against staple need part number & price. thank you Doug

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I suggest you visit your local hardware store (Ace/Westlake) or you can try EBay, I've found numerous parts at great prices on there and they will usually designate what they will work with. Hope this helps. In the future, remove the material from your gun while keeping it stored, as this will weaken your magazine feed spring.

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