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I need a user guide for a rapesco 53el staple gun

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    staple guide location

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    Rapesco 853-d

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Rapesco have been absorbed by Tacwise Worldwide. www.tacwise.com should give you all the info you need. The model numbers haven't changed, so you should still get info on the 53 series electric stapler.

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