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DEWALT

Model DWHTTR350

Internet #202710557

Store SKU #406197

18-Gauge Heavy-Duty Staple/Nail Gun

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

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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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Does it require a compressor?

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August 1, 2015
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
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June 24, 2016
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This staple gun does not require a compressor. However, a good, strong hand grip is recommended.
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November 14, 2015
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The description of the Staple Gun states: "...Manual design for portable stapling and nailing." and "...Easiest squeeze tacker for comfortable usage." That means you squeeze the top leaver while you grip the gun and that compresses an internal spring that fires the staple.
The specific answer to your question is: No. It does not require a compressor.
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September 5, 2015
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No. This doesn't require a compressor. I needed this for a small project as well except that after using this, I want to do a big project with this.
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August 3, 2015
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no
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August 2, 2015
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No, this staple gun does not require a compressor for use.
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Can the Dewalt DWHTTR350 do outward clinch? Is it comparable to Arrow T50OC?

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June 8, 2016
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June 9, 2016
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No, this can not do outward clinch.
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June 9, 2016
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If by the word 'clinch', you mean the bending of the legs, then no it will not do outward or inward. It is strictly meant for driving the staple straight in like when you want to staple fabric to a chair frame or ceiling tile into the support wood. It is NOT a regular stapler like you would use on paper that bends the legs for a clamping effect. I do not know what you mean by comparable to Arrow T50OC. Read More
If by the word 'clinch', you mean the bending of the legs, then no it will not do outward or inward. It is strictly meant for driving the staple straight in like when you want to staple fabric to a chair frame or ceiling tile into the support wood. It is NOT a regular stapler like you would use on paper that bends the legs for a clamping effect. I do not know what you mean by comparable to Arrow T50OC. Do you mean looks like, works like, works the same as, uses the same staples, priced similar to or etc.? Cannot answer the question without more specifics of what you want to know.
On the side of the stapler it says it will use Arrow T50 series staples but it says nothing about T50OC.
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June 9, 2016
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Hi Al, this is a good stapler, however I prefer the DeWalt 4-in-1 heavy duty model DWHTTR410. Check out the link below. This model also can use narrow crown staples. This is comparable to the Arrow T50, the Arrow T50OC is a little different.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT-4-in-1-Heavy-Duty-Staple-and-Brad-Tacker-DWHTTR410/204285427
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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.

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June 14, 2016
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No, it does not come with a case.
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June 13, 2016
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Yes, a case is included.
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Would this work for installing base board trim?

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I'm looking for non-pneumatic alternative and learn that cordless brad nailer/stapler cost more than $100. Would this 18-GAUGE HEAVY-DUTY STAPLE/NAIL GUN be appropriate for base board trim installation d-i-y work?
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Depends on the baseboard trim. The largest brad nail it will accept is 5/8 inch. If the baseboard trim is wood, it would have to be very thin and then fit right up against the support wood it is to be nailed up against. Even then I'm not sure it will have the power to sink the staple all the way. Personally I would not buy it for that. It did a good job on ceiling tile but that is really no challenge.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 111 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This is not Dewalt quality Purchased this stapler based upon the Dewalt name and features. Own many pieces of Dewalt construction tools and power equipment which have performed great. This product on the other hand is an absolute disgrace to the Dewalt name. Misfeeds, broken staples, damaged working surfaces, five presses per staple if you don't have to remove and reload. Too much aggravation for a product with this name. Do not recommend. It's funny that the product recommendation button will not slide to 'no.' August 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Staple gun Replaced a less expensive staple gun that didn't work anymore. This one is sturdier easier to use and will handle more sizes of staples and brads. Very satisfied August 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NOT WORTH THE MONEY! This staple only worked twice before jamming or whatever...it wont staple! I read the reviews before ordering and many customers complained about it not lasting BUT I thought they were not putting the correct staples etc. WELL....I find that this is not the case at all! I lost my receipt other wise I would have returned it! Very displeased! June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good product This is my first staple gun. It seems quite sturdy yet is not heavy. It performed well. I would recommend this product to anyone. June 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good stapler Used stapler after I purchased it had no issues!!! May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. March 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best purchase to date I have made my purchases of Dewalt products from The Home Depot since I have moved to central Texas. I have a small place in the country and have used the products, i.e.: drill, saws, etc., since being here. Excellent quality and no problems. January 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great I bought this stapler to attach insulation to 5/8 inch plywood I was using for kennel storm doors. I used both 3/8 and 1/2 inch staples from Powershot and Arrow. I didn't experience any of the jamming or failures that others wrote. It worked great and stapled all the way down and this is not cheap particle board plywood. So for my job, it worked great. January 11, 2016
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