Model # DWHTTR350

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Store SKU #406197

DEWALT 18-Gauge Heavy-Duty Staple/Nail Gun
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DEWALT

18-Gauge Heavy-Duty Staple/Nail Gun

  • Features bottom loading and a steel magazine
  • Includes a molded grip for comfort
  • Comes with a lightweight aluminum case
$24.97 /each

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Product Overview

The DEWALT Heavy-Duty Staple/Nail Gun can use a wide variety of staples and 18-Gauge steel brad nails. This gun features bottom loading and a steel magazine for quick and easy reloading. The gun's steel handle is covered by a molded grip to help provide comfortable usage. It has an easy-squeeze trigger and a lightweight aluminum case.

  • Manual design for portable stapling and nailing
  • For use with heavy-duty staples 27/64 in. (0.421) wide crown, staple leg length 1/4 in. to 9/16 in. long and generic 18-Gauge steel brads 1/2 in. and 5/8 in. long (sold separately)
  • For use with heavy-duty staples DWHTTA705-5/16 in., DWHTTA706-3/8 in. and DWHTTA708 1/2 in. heavy-duty staples 700 series 1/4 in. to 9/16 in. and arrow T50 HD staples 1/4 in. to 9/16 in. (sold separately)
  • Easiest squeeze tacker for comfortable usage
  • Convenient bottom loading allows for quick and easy staple reloading
  • Steel magazine construction helps provide a smooth and durable sliding surface for staples
  • Aluminum die case is lightweight
  • Steel handle with over-molded grip for comfort and durability

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does it require a compressor?

I have been trying to find out if there is a nailer that does not require a compressor. I only need to do a small project and do not want to spend a fortune Thanks
Asked by: Kate
This staple gun does not require a compressor. However, a good, strong hand grip is recommended.
Answered by: BillT
Date published: 2016-11-26

ad says it comes with a lightweight case however there is not a picture of it in the ad.does it come with a case.

Asked by: handyman
Not a carrying case. That is referring to what you might call the body of the stapler. Being made of aluminum, the stapler is relatively light weight.
Answered by: TheGman
Date published: 2016-11-08

Can the Dewalt DWHTTR350 do outward clinch? Is it comparable to Arrow T50OC?

Asked by: Al
No, this can not do outward clinch.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-12-19

Would this be good to do insulation

Asked by: Jesse
Yes
Answered by: maggieb
Date published: 2017-01-31
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Customer Reviews

18-Gauge Heavy-Duty Staple/Nail Gun is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 125.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Jams WAY TOO MUCH, wastes staples! This is a powerful stapler, which is what I needed for upholstery. However, when you put a full row of staples in it, it jams. ALSO, when the row gets down to about 15 staples left, it jams. So, when all is said and done I waste about half the row of staples which is a waste of time and money for someone who uses this tool often. I returned my first one to the store, the second one did the same thing.
Date published: 2016-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Stapler & Brad Nailer Bought this about 6 weeks ago primarily for my wife's little projects involving stapling material/fabric such as fringe trim to furniture. Haven't tried it on her projects yet, but have used it on my projects. Results: Shot about 100 rounds of 3/8's staples and about 100 5/8/s brads into pine wood and plywood. It works just as advertised. No jams, solid hits, especially the brad nailer. Staoples takes a little practice to learn how to angle the unit and where to expect the fasteners to come out, but, works great. No experience using other size fasteners. I let my wife try, as the span for squeezing the handle is pretty wide and my wife has a small hand. My wife had NO problem. Now, she only shot about 5 rounds, so I don't know how her hands would feel after 50 to 100, but she liked the results and found it easy to use. Loading the fasteners is quite simple. We experienced NO jams/misfires. Staples did not always come out perfectly flat, but, I think that due more to the operator. So took a small hammer to finish driving. The one thing it would NOT go into is 1/8 pegboard, with the hard white surface. I was experimenting to learn it's capapbilities and limitations. So I don't know how effective it would be on something like oak or maple. I'd highly recommend this on the basis of value, effectiveness, and ease of use.
Date published: 2016-03-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Find a different stapler. I am currently attempting to staple insulation. When you put in a new row of staples it won't staple. After messing with it, it works well for about 4-5 staples then misfires and wont staple at all and you have to open it back up. When you get to the last dozen or so staples it won't work and you end up wasting a bunch of staples. After taking 10x longer than it should with a quality stapler it finally broke a staple off inside and I cannot get it out. I also have a quality issue with my Dewalt Sawsall coming apart while operating and not letting blades go in one slot and randomly letting blades shoot out in the other. I used to be a Dewalt customer but that;s about to change. I just bought a Dewalt Oscillating tool and I think I will save myself the headache and return it before it breaks and find a new go to brand.
Date published: 2016-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Haven't been this excited by a tool for a long time I know this is just a stapler, but man, this is not just a stapler. I needed one for a chair upholstery project and the one I got from the upholstery store didn't work too well. 1 in 10 staples would go straight down into the wood. So, I went and got this one to try out. One staple in and I was hooked. Tried more staples, and they all went in perfectly. Seems very, very powerful, and does not need electricity or compressed air. I now want to staple something even though there is nothing that needs stapling around the house right now. Construction of this stapler is very solid.
Date published: 2015-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the only kind I will ever buy again. Every last staple was able to be stapled without ja... This is the only kind I will ever buy again. Every last staple was able to be stapled without jamming. The design is superior. The functionality is superior. It's easy to reload but best of all IT WORKS every time all the time. So the job is finished more quickly and there is a lot less frustration. I'm throwing all the other ones I have away. Or giving them away. This is all I'll ever use again.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than Arrow brand staplers For years I have used the large chrome Arrow brand hand staplers and yellow slap hammmer staplers, shooting the T-50 staples. I am in the construction trades, so my tools get heavy use. The Arrows' staplers consistantly get jammed up, the cotter pins and holding circlips eventually loosen up and fall out, and the spring loaded staple pusher can bounce out of your hands and off the scaffold into the bushes. Well, the dewalt gun has none of these problems, so it's a great step in the right direction. It feels heavy duty, you can't lose the staple spring loader, and it consistantly fires. And the price is comparable. My Arrow staple guns just went to metal recylcing.
Date published: 2012-06-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought this tool and used it to install insulation in our bonus room and it worked fine. The n... I bought this tool and used it to install insulation in our bonus room and it worked fine. The next time I got it out to insulate the garage the spring broke after about 3 staples. I took it apart and found the problem but when I contacted dewalt they said the warranty was voided because I took it apart. They didn't care the spring broke and did not honor the warranty. Very disappointed.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Staple Gun!!!! Bought this to replace another brand that I had for may years and it started to miss feed. At Home Depot I was able to try the trigger mechanism of the different brands, I was presently surprised that the DeWalt had a light pull and strong staple release. Mainly using it to hang insulation have not tried the brads yet.
Date published: 2016-10-19
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