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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: compare staple guns
A hammer tacker is a device somewhat similar to a staple gun, except that the mechanical energy from the user's muscles is stored — as in a hammer — as momentum of the gun itself, rather than as compression of an internal spring. This type of stapler is typically used for insulation, roofing and carpeting.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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Sep 18, 2014 | Stanley PHT150C] SharpShooter Heavy Duty...
1. Press end clip in, then up.
2. Pull out spring assembly.
3. Load staples into channel.
4. Reinsert spring assembly and
snap end clip into place.
1. Squeeze stapling end of hammer
tacker together, taking care to
avoid sharp staple.
2. Remove locking pin.
3. Press end clip in, then up.
4. Pull out spring assembly.
5. Remove staple channel.
6.Clear and reassemble
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