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Arrow Fastener

Model # 5700

Internet # 100049752

Store SKU # 583294

T50 5 in. Staple and Nail Gun

$20.97 /each

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 5700

Internet # 100049752

Store SKU # 583294

The Arrow Fastener Staple and Nail Gun forward action design eliminates squeezing. It shoots 6 types of T50 staples and drives 9/16 in. brad nails. It utilizes 7 types of PowerShot staples with a 9/16 in. drive. The visual refill window makes checking staple levels convenient. The chamber mechanism allows for easy loading and a contour design offers a comfortable grip. It is a great tool for upholstery, screening, roofing and wiring tasks.

  • Manual stapler provides portable stapling
  • 9/16 in. brad nails; T50 staples, 505TML, 506TML, 508TML, 509, 50CT, 506SS, 504M, 505M, 506M, 508M, 509M, 504, 505, 506, 508, 509
  • PowerShot staples, 97-010, 97-011, 97-012, 97-013, 97-014, 97-015, 97-030
  • Forward-action design eliminates squeezing for easier stapling
  • Visual refill window allows easy checking of staple levels
  • Comfortable grip
  • Chamber mechanism allows easy loading

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.) 
1.25 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
12.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
9.75 in 
Handle Length (in.) 
Details
Hand Tool Type 
Stapler 
Maximum staple size (in.) 
.625 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Staple type 
T50 
Tools Product Type 
Hand Tool 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
2 year warranty 

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Maximum staple size (in.): .625
Staple type: T50
Price: $20 - $30
Brand: Arrow Fastener
Review Rating: 2 & Up
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The top part of carpeted wooden stairs has come loose. Which staple, if any, would work to hold the carpet to the oak stairs for the T50 stapler?

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Your question isn't clear as to whether it is the carpet or the wood stair tread that has come loose. If it is the carpet, the size of the staple depends on the thickness of the carpet. However, the type of staple doesn't matter if you are using the Powershot staple and nail gun. Despite the brand's name, it doesn't have the poser to drive any size staple through the carpet and into the wood. Instead, Read More
Your question isn't clear as to whether it is the carpet or the wood stair tread that has come loose. If it is the carpet, the size of the staple depends on the thickness of the carpet. However, the type of staple doesn't matter if you are using the Powershot staple and nail gun. Despite the brand's name, it doesn't have the poser to drive any size staple through the carpet and into the wood. Instead, try this If only a small area of the carpet has come up. Use a one inch finishing nail. Drive it half way in and then nail it over and into the carpet fibers. If a long length of carpet is coming up you would be better off replacing the tackless strip is that is what was originally used. Read Less
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December 29, 2015
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If you are referring to carpet on the riser, I would use the longer 1/2 inch staples for greater security, although the 3/8 would likely work in oak. If the carpet is on the tread of the step, then the 1/2 inch should provide greater security.
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Recommend the 5/8 staple which will penetrate the carpet and the wood enough to keep it from coming loose in the future.
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September 28, 2015
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Hi there:
We are guessing that 3/8" leg staples Arrow T50 #506 should work. But depending on how thick the carpet, carpet backing, and carpet padding is, you may have to use a longer staple like 1/2" leg length Arrow T50 #508 staples or 9/16” Arrow #509 T50 staples. Spread the pile with your fingers until you see the jute backing, fire a staple there, then push the pile back, and it should cover the
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Hi there:
We are guessing that 3/8" leg staples Arrow T50 #506 should work. But depending on how thick the carpet, carpet backing, and carpet padding is, you may have to use a longer staple like 1/2" leg length Arrow T50 #508 staples or 9/16” Arrow #509 T50 staples. Spread the pile with your fingers until you see the jute backing, fire a staple there, then push the pile back, and it should cover the staple. The stapler should fire the staple into oak, but if the staple is too long the legs will fold up rather than penetrate into the wood.
If you need more advice, contact out customer service team for further information. They can be reached via email at customercare@arrowfastener.com or by calling 800-776-2228. Tell them how thick the carpet is for the best information. -Liz and The Arrow team
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Depending on how thick the carpet is, I'm guessing that 3/8" leg staples would be OK. If it is very long pile, heavy carpet, you may have to use 1/2". Spread the pile with your fingers until you see the jute backing, fire a staple there, then push the pile back, and it should cover the staple. The stapler should fire the staple into oak, but if the staple is too long the legs will fold up rather than to Read More
Depending on how thick the carpet is, I'm guessing that 3/8" leg staples would be OK. If it is very long pile, heavy carpet, you may have to use 1/2". Spread the pile with your fingers until you see the jute backing, fire a staple there, then push the pile back, and it should cover the staple. The stapler should fire the staple into oak, but if the staple is too long the legs will fold up rather than to into the wood. If the carpet folds under itself at the top of the stairs, then there is something called a Z-bar holding it in place. It is a piece of metal that has hooks in it and folds back over itself. You may be able to open it up some, push the end of the carpet back in it and close it with a hammer. If the little claws in it are damaged, go to Home Depot and get another piece. Someone in the flooring department will be able to show you how it works. Best Wishes. Read Less
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nails?????

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why don't yous advertise the kind of nails this staple/nail gun uses????? I'd like to purchase extra so I do not run out in the middle of a project. I live 100 miles away from the nearest home depo and all has to be done through the mail.
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They are more like small brads. The product overview page says " It shoots 6 types of T50 staples and drives 9/16 in. brad nails".
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747, this hand stapler isn't the type of tool you want to drive nails, even the smallest ones. It's grossly under-powered and you will probably have to finish driving the nails with a hammer. Better off to start with a hammer in the first place. If you have a lot of nails to drive then I suggest getting a pneumatic brad gun. A little more costly but less problems in the long run.
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December 8, 2015
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Hey there. The PowerShot 5700 uses 5/8-inch and 9/16-inch steel brad nails. The specs are also included on the back part of the PowerShot packaging and on most online listings. You can find these specific brad nails at Home Depot (5/8: http://thd.co/1RC68df; 9/16: http://thd.co/1TXSL6k) or on arrowfastener.com. Thanks for reaching out! If you have any more questions, you can reach us at Read More
Hey there. The PowerShot 5700 uses 5/8-inch and 9/16-inch steel brad nails. The specs are also included on the back part of the PowerShot packaging and on most online listings. You can find these specific brad nails at Home Depot (5/8: http://thd.co/1RC68df; 9/16: http://thd.co/1TXSL6k) or on arrowfastener.com. Thanks for reaching out! If you have any more questions, you can reach us at customercare@arrowfastener.com or 800-776-2228. -Your Arrow Fastener team Read Less
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do you ship to Australia?

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October 19, 2015
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Hello, Fred. We are currently in the process of setting up an ecommerce store for Australia. Until that time, you can find Arrow staple guns at your local Bunnings Warehouse, although availability of certain products does vary by store. We recommend the heavy duty T50 or T50 RED staple guns since we no longer offer the Powershot 5700. The T50 and T50 RED were manufactured to handle the same projects as Read More
Hello, Fred. We are currently in the process of setting up an ecommerce store for Australia. Until that time, you can find Arrow staple guns at your local Bunnings Warehouse, although availability of certain products does vary by store. We recommend the heavy duty T50 or T50 RED staple guns since we no longer offer the Powershot 5700. The T50 and T50 RED were manufactured to handle the same projects as the Powershot 5700. If you have any further questions about location or availability, contact sales@masterdistributors.com.au. Thank you for reaching out!
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 195 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Staple gun The staple gun is easy for my wife to use, some are too hard for her to operate. It is also good that you can get staples anywhere to use in it. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good stapler device Great product. Worked better than my old one. Recommend this anyone doing self help projects April 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by A total disaster This stapler wasted more staples that it shot. It constantly jammed and was difficult to clear. I returned it and swapped it for a different brand. May 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by PowerJam... I had one of these years ago and rarely had a misfire or jam, but my newer version jams without fail every 5th or 6th shot. I was thinking maybe the newer staples might be the problem, poor quality or a bad batch possibly, but found some vintage ones stashed away in a couple of sizes, and they jammed just as consistently... To make matters even worse, I tried the suggestions I read here on how to un-jam the stapler, and next thing you know the whole thing flew apart, sharp metal pieces going everywhere! It's really a shame to see when really good products go bad... April 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job Did really well when I was using it to put up flyers of my lost dog. April 5, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by first one was defective BUT... The replacement has so far been great only 6 misfire staples in 2600 staples used. March 15, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Junk I buy one of these staplers every couple of years, and regret it soon after. These things jam all the time, even with higher quality staples. Five dollars would be a fair price, not twenty. February 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk this staple gun stopped working, it is not jammed, it simply stopped working. stay away from this poor product, its a waste of money March 12, 2016
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