Model # GRTSN100

Internet #202458091

Grip-Rite 1 in. x 18-Gauge Narrow Crown Stapler
0764666583788

Discontinued Grip-Rite

1 in. x 18-Gauge Narrow Crown Stapler

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The Grip-Rite GRTSN100 18-Gauge Narrow Crown Stapler is tough, reliable and will keep the most demanding professional going all day long. This tool's compact design makes it ideal for working in tight spaces. Applications include soffit, furniture, paneling, cabinets, countertop blanks, woodworking and hobby projects. Features like the lightweight, durable magnesium housing, 360° tool-free air exhaust and the rotating belt hook make this tool easy to handle. It is also equipped tool-free nose latch for quick jam clearing and a fast and easy top load design. The GRTSN100 holds up to 110, 18-Gauge 1/4 in. Crown staples ranging in size from 1/2 in.- 1 in. Also included with the purchase of this tool: Carrying Case and Owner's Manual, Safety Glasses, All Required Hex Wrenches, Tool Oil and a Male Air Plug and Optional Sequential Trigger Kit.

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Why do I not find a very narrow crown air stapler for panelling? I need 1/8" or 5/32".

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January 9, 2016
The 1/4" crown staple is too wide for panelling.
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August 26, 2016
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Hi JHS, you are correct, 1/4" crown staples are too wide for paneling. It is recommended to use a finish nailer (15ga or 16ga) or a brad nailer (18ga). Another option would be to use hand drive panel board nails or brad/finish nails. Thank you for your question.
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