Question about Arrow Fastener #506SS1 T50 3/8" Stainless Steel Staples

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How do you open up the hinged portion of the staple gun to see why it keeps jamming? (I know how to load and unload the staples)

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  • Bonnie Crowell Aug 26, 2013

    where is the fastener? show me a picture if necessary. Its a Arrow T50 stapl gun.

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You will have to unscrew the fastener to get to the inner of the stapler.

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