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This video shows you how to load staples into a Stanley StaplerModel # TR110. ... Stanley SharpShooter Manual Staple and Brad Gun review ...

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How do you load a ace heavy duty clipper stapler model number 82?


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ACE STAPLE Quality Tradition for Over 50 Years

It takes the Clipper Undulated Heavy Duty 3/8" Staples. On the back of the stapler, there is a loading rod. Remove the loading rod and place a set of staples in the chamber, then re-install the loading rod.

Dec 02, 2015 | Heavy Duty Tools & Hardware - Others

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Loading staples into a Stanley sharpshooter staplegun


There are 4 staplers in the Stanley SharpShooter family. You drop the staples on top of the "slide out loader," then slide it into the gun. See models and staple sizes below:


TR150HL Stanley Sharpshooter
  • Stanley SharpShooter TRA700 series or Arrow T-50 heavy duty staples

TR150 SharpShooter
  • Stanley SharpShooter TRA700 series or Arrow T-50 heavy duty staples

PHT150C SharpShooter Heavy Duty Hammer Tracker
  • TRA700 series or Arrow T-50 heavy duty staples (1/4"-3/8")

TR250 SharpShooter Plus Heavy Duty Staple/Brad Nail Gun
  • Stanley SharpShooter TRA700 series or Arrow T-50 heavy duty staples and 1/2", 9/16" and 5/8" Brads

More information on the Stanley SharpShooter and a quick loading demo can be found here: http://www.expotv.com/videos/reviews/12/134/StanleyTR150HLSharpShooterHeavyDuty/185661

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Loading staples


Powershot Pro (Model 8000) Loading staples is pretty much what you would guess,
EXCEPT that releasing the catch takes a very strong pull, or it won't budge at all. Grasp the black plastic catch at the rear of the stapler base, pull very hard (probably 5lbs or more) and the catch will move about 1/4" away from the stapler ("down" if you think of the stapler in its usual orientation.) You can then slide the catch and the spring mechanism "backwards" leaving room to insert staples or brads. (Note, "T-50" staples and brads should fit. If loading brads, they go along the side of the magazine which is closest to the "staples remaining" window.)

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The staples do not go far enough into the sdlide chamber to allow the hammer to strike the staple. The staples do not show in the openning when it is loaded. What am I doing wrong? I have a model D51420 18...


I believe on that model you have to release the magazine latch, pull the lower half all the way back, load the staples into the upper half of the magazine, then close and latch the lower half. The staple pusher and spring are located in the lower half so the staples need to be in front of that for them to be properly pushed into the nose. Also make sure you are running the correct staple. There are 1/4" and 3/16" narrow crown staples out there and they don't interchange. The staples should slide freely in the magazine when they are loaded.

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How do you load new staples?


Find the button on the bottom of the stapler's back edge. Push the button in and down. Pull out the bar that pushes the staples into place. Slide in a row of staples with the points facing down. Push the bar back and lock it into place

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Cannot find staples for this staple gun. The model I have just says PowerShot on the sides. I purchased some Black & Decker PowerShot heavy duty Staples for the gun but I cannot find anyway to get...


The ones you have are T-18 I believe

Fires 6 sizes of T50 type staples and drives 9/16 In. brad nails. Visual refill window and easy load chamber. Comfort grip.
•Uses Staples: PowerShot Staples, 97-010, 97-011, 97-012, 97-013, 97-014, 97-015, 97-030, 9/16 In.
•Brad nails
•Ceiltile 17/32 In., 9/16 In.
•T50 type staples, 505TML, 506TML, 508TML, 509, 50CT, 506SS, 504M, 505M, 506M, 508M, 509M, 504, 505, 506, 508, 509
•MFG Brand Name : Arrow Fastener
•MFG Model # : 5700
•MFG Part # : 5700

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Can't load staples in high capacity stapler


Try breaking off about 15 staples from the strip.

Dec 24, 2009 | Ace Hardware Ace Staple Gun

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LOAD IT


pull out the spring at the end of the gun. turn the staple gun upside down. Lay the staples in the track pointed side up, push in the spring slide so that it locks. You are ready to staple.

Nov 08, 2008 | Powerfast Stanley TR110 Light-Duty Staple...

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Powershot pro staple gun


just purchased a Powershot model 5700m. how do you load the staples?

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