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Grip-Rite

Model 34HGPNS1

Internet #100148501

Store SKU #551305

3/4 in. Hot-Dip Galvanized Staples (1 lb.-Pack)

$3.46 /each

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These Grip-Rite 3/4 in. Hot-Dip Galvanized Staples (1 lb. Pack) are for attaching wire fence to wood posts. They can also be used for attaching suspended ceilings to wood rafters using galvanized tie wire or for installing insulation. They are hot-dip galvanized for protection against corrosion.

  • Use to attach wire fence to wood posts
  • Use to attach suspended ceilings to wood rafters using galvanized tie wire
  • Use to install insulation
  • Galvanized to resist corrosion
  • 3/4 in. staples
  • 1 lb. package includes approximately 500 staples

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What applicator do I use for the 3/4 inch hot-dip galvanized staples?

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They don't look like they would work with a regular staple gun - or would they? Thanks.
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These are not for use with a staple gun, only a hammer. Be aware, they are soft metal and won't go in or straight if the wood is even slightly hard.
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I know of no "gun" or powered stapler for these. Hold between fingers or in the jaws of a needle nose plier and carefully strike the bend, driving the points into the wood to get started. After started you may strike a little harder to drive it home. Caution: if you strike it too hard you may deform the staple rendering it useless or if using on Romex or like cable, may pierce or cut the cable with the Read More
I know of no "gun" or powered stapler for these. Hold between fingers or in the jaws of a needle nose plier and carefully strike the bend, driving the points into the wood to get started. After started you may strike a little harder to drive it home. Caution: if you strike it too hard you may deform the staple rendering it useless or if using on Romex or like cable, may pierce or cut the cable with the staple. Always exercise caution when driving any type of nail with a hammer and wear eye protection at the least. Read Less
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I think you would use a hammer.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gets the job done Great value for the money they worked fine for me.. July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MDS Fence & Paint, Install staples w/ fence pliers. These staples can most easily be installed by holding staples in a pair of fence pliers (8",10" or 12") and gently striking with hammer. Once points dig in, you may strike harder. Remove pliers and complete driving of staple as desired.The key is that fence pliers have a built in set of holes in jaw to hold the staple legs while they are being struck. March 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Low quality; difficult to use in harder wood. These staples will frequently flatten and not penetrate even mildly-hard pine wood despite taking extreme care. Some staples needed to be bent to shape before use. Others were unusable due to attached gobs of galvanizing. They are clearly a low quality import made with softer metal. April 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very happy with these Very happy these staples. Fulfilled there purpose. March 16, 2016
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