The SB504000 nailer retails for approximately $50.00.
If you go to the HD On-Line Listing, you can see the difference....one has a length of 1.25: and the other 2" - I have both and both are great Nailer/Stapllers. I like that you can go to the HD OnLine Listing, find these, then chck out the Specs, and adjacent, they usually have the Owner or Operators Manual....you can see what you really need, etc.
To get the correct sizes you can use in this Stapler, I suggest you go to the HD On-line Lising, and under Description, adjacent to it, HD puts the Owner's Manual available for download....then you can see everything about it. It is a great product, I have manuals, electric and pneumatic....it is a winner.
Yes, depending upon the thickness of the carpet, padding and wood, as this gun uses nails ranging from 3/8 to 1 1/4" long.
Nick, go to the HD On-Line listing...under Description, adjacent to it you will see the Owner's Manual which can download and review everything about this great tool.
Yes. Depending on the wood your working with, you may have to dial back the PSI. Do a couple Trial Runs...adjust accordingly - and your good to go. Great looking title tool.
to the Campbell Hausfeld rep who replied above .. why is this boxed as Model # CHN10499AV, when it's a CHN10401 ?? what gives ?!?
Roger, if your asking if it can be used for underlayment - it can - just get the 1/2 or 3/4" staples. I have had this gun for over 6 years, and I have only used the ones I mentioned - those 1" & 1 1/4" are some long legs!
You have to use 18Gauge, and a host of leg lengths, from 1/2' To 1 1/4". I bought a bottle of the CH Oil years ago - and I keep all the CH Tools oiled...and they have never failed me.