Nailer / Stapler

Article#0401049 Model#5700
Nailer / Stapler
 

Description

This forward action heavy Powershot staple and nail gun, shoots Arrow T50 staples and shoot a 9/16 in. brad nail.

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Nailer / Stapler is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 250.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I LOVE this stapler FIRST, let me say my use is for stretching artist's canvas on stretcher bars. I can stretch the canvas with one hand (the most difficult part) and, thanks to the ease of shooting, light weight and wonderful ergonomic design, drive the staples quickly and easily into the bars. I have small hands and some wrist issues, so this stapler has been a blessing. I have used it for other similar projects with screening material and fabrics, but haven't used brads or in a heavy-duty situation, so I can't address that, but for my purposes, this little gem is worth it's weight in gold.
Date published: 2012-01-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst Stapler in history I lost a Craftsman Stapler of similar design that I had had for years. I thought since the design was similar that this would be a good purchase. Wrong! If you drive three staples in a row without a jammed staple, it's nigh on a miracle. This is made in the US. That means absolutely nothing! Save your money! The first jammed staple, I should have returned it rather than trying different brands of staples. All I use it for is stapling paper targets to cardboard at the shooting range. Not stapling into oak, hickory, or even pine. Would return it except I got irate and threw it down and busted the handle. I think I will use it as a target and finally get some satisfaction out of this purchase.
Date published: 2013-04-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bought two, no more. I bought one and used it until it totally jammed. Wasted time trying to repair it. Went and bought another to finish the job and it also continued to misfire and wouldn't shoot the last 10-15 staples. It is too bad that this tool doesn't work like it is designed to. It is a great design for people who have arthritis and is easy to use. If they ever get the bugs out of the tool, it would be worth it. Until then, it is a waste of money.
Date published: 2011-12-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This 5700 powershot stapler is worst purchase ever I bought this stapler 2 yrs ago, only used it about 5-6 times. It broke inside. Didn't have receipt so I bought another. It will not work right out of the package! The staples that are sold for it will jam over each other. This is a poor quality stapler with a high price. Black & Decker (who makes this stapler) told me to take it back to Lowe's. Oh I will and I will not buy another one. There must be no quality control making these. Do not buy this piece of junk. If you do you will be sorry, sorry, sorry!
Date published: 2013-02-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not durable I owned my original PowerShot for about 15 years and I suffered through quite a few jams in the last two years. It broke recently stapling cardboard target backers on the range. I took it apart when I got home and found what part broke. I'm very surprised that it hadn't broke early as the internal parts are cheap castings and stamped metal. It isn't a bad design, just poorly executed part quality. For the money buy something else.
Date published: 2010-12-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality of internal components I only got 12 staples through it before the little 'L' bracket used to raise the driver shattered. So now the driver doesn't rise up to allow a new staple to come forward so the drive to spring down on it. Poor metal quality on internal components, physical housing feels solid, but this is just for looks.
Date published: 2010-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PowerShot Staple Gun Works great...after I finally got the right staples. I had to buy two other staple guns before I bought this one which was in the video of the project I was making...a DIY wood window cornice. The first one was too hard to press...I couldn't begin to use it. The second one was too light...apparently designed for paper projects. This third one like in the three bears was just right. But I had to get smaller staples...1/4" instead of 5/16" ones. Then it penetrated the wood like gangbusters. Very happy with it. Tends to jam up a bit, though, but you just put in a new line of staples and it works fine.
Date published: 2013-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have had mine well over 10 Years, and I love it. I see some bad reviews here, and I see good ones. I guess that may show either a possible lemon the folks who posted the bad reviews had, or improper use by those reviewers. I dont know which and am not trying to slam anybody, so please dont get upset, Im just throwing out possibilities. All I can speak of is the one I own and have owned for over 10 years. I love it, it works fine and is much easier to shoot staples with than the older models with the handle to the rear. Mine gets average homeowner use, has completed more than one insulation job in various houses, and im getting ready to insulate our new home and expect it to be just fine for this job also.
Date published: 2010-12-09
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