Internet #302712299

Model #DWHT80276

Store SKU #1002693248

Carbon Fiber Tacker

  • Internal grooved handle provides an ergonomic grip
  • Carbon fiber composite material makes the structure lightweight
  • Large reload window at the bottom enables effortless refill
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Product Overview

The DEWALT(R) Carbon Fiber Composite Squeeze Tacker won't slow you down with unnecessary weight or strain. Carbon fiber composite makes it half the weight of a traditional tacker without sacrificing strength. The trigger has been optimized to reduce fatigue by 25% compared to traditional trigger mechanisms. Gain efficiency on the jobsite with a quick and easy bottom load design and a low fastener indicator.
  • 50% less weight
  • 25% easier squeeze for reduced muscle fatigue
  • 2-in-1 manual tacker accepts heavy-duty staples and 18-Gauge brads
  • Carbon fiber composite housing
  • Low fastener indicator for convenience
  • Bottom load design for quick and easy loading
  • Reversible belt hook for left or right-handed access

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
9.37 in
Assembled Height (in.)
7.75 in
Assembled Width (in.)
1.68 in
Handle Length (in.)
5.4

Details

Hand Tool Type
Stapler
Maximum staple size (in.)
.5625
Returnable
180-Day
Staple type
T50
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Questions & Answers

18Questions19Answers

Is this made in the us

Asked by Cindy August 24, 2020
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Not sure. Call Dewalt. A lot of tools are assembled outside US but of US components. Certain parts of big tool lines like DeWalt have some tools made here in the US of A and other parts of the total line are made in a multitude of other countries where the labor rate is very low. Usually the Warranty will tell you along with the packaging country of origin.

Is this recomende for insulation?

Asked by Philip August 14, 2020
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Sure. It’s no different than the old Arrow staple guns except its much lighter and way easier to squeeze.

Will this work on the type of yellow pine used on Creative Playings play sets? Need to staple so...

Asked by joeb00gie August 3, 2020
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I have used it for light upholstery work.

What is the max length of staple/brad can be used?

Asked by Slickcooper August 1, 2020
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The DWHT80276 2-in-1 manual staple gun accepts heavy-duty staples(in lengths:1/4, 5/16,3/8, 1/2, 9/16) AND 18 gauge brads(in lengths 1/2 or 5/8).

Would it work with either of these staples: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Stanley-5-6-in-Light-Duty...

Asked by Meeks July 2, 2020
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This gun only uses Arrow T50 staples. Mike

Can it staple string lights onto stucco?

Asked by AB24 June 16, 2020
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Why Would you want to ruin your stucco. If you were to staple to the Stucco you will create fracture points in the surface and it will chip and degrade over time and allow moister to get in. This does have enough power to possibly penetrate the Stucco. Better yet you should apply some exterior trim board first and screw and caulk into place then use this to staple the string lights to the stucco. there is no short cut to doing proper installation. plus most string lights are considered temporary lighting and the UV light will breakdown the insulation and cause a fire hazard. also if you miss with the centering of the staple you will also cut the insulation. string lights are not designed to be stapled up. you can use a cable tie that takes a screw to hold to the siding this is better method.

Can I use it for romex cable ?

Asked by Hammer December 28, 2019
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No. Stay away from anything that can cut/pinch romex or any other cable.

HOW DOES THE WIRE GUIDE WORK? I CAN SEE IT, BUT CAN'T ENGAGE IT!

Asked by FRUSTRATED December 8, 2019
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Good

How good does it do on plywood and common 2x4's? What is the toughest material this tacker can handle?

Asked by Terry July 24, 2019
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Just stapled insulation to 2X4's with no problems.

Does this stapler handle lock in the down position to make it more compact for storing like every other staple gun?

Asked by EK July 5, 2019
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No

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Customer Reviews

  • 203 Customer Reviews
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars overall
97% of customers recommended.
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Great stapler! Lightweight and very robust. I use it to staple paper targets to plywood backing f...
Great stapler! Lightweight and very robust. I use it to staple paper targets to plywood backing for backyard shooting range. Highly recommend.
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I wore out my Powershot after 30 years of use. Bought a new one but had trouble with the staples ...
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I wore out my Powershot after 30 years of use. Bought a new one but had trouble with the staples channeling as they slid in from back (new design). Exchanged for new only to find out this one had the same problem. Purchased the Dewalt and have no issues and find that i like it much better as I can drop load a staple clip, light weight, belt clip and powerful. Much easier to remove a bad staple feed as the powershot has a screw to remove then lift out the chamber to remove bad staple.
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No question, buy this stapler
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Someone handed me one of these on a jobsite, and I was so impressed I almost immediately purchased my own. It's crazy light weight, and the action is so smooth and easy you wouldn't believe the power it has. It shots 1/2" staples right through 1/4" PVC board with no effort. Black tools are problematic for a messy worker like myself, but the built in clip grabs a belt or pocket lip. Over all it's a great buy, and after the first staple you will agree.
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Clearwater, FL
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Criteria for purchase: 1. [✓] Must not rust itself away. #CarbonFiber 2. [✓] Not made in China. #MadeInTaiwan 3. [✓] Shoots multiple sizes of staples. 1/4 - 9/16 4. [✓] Shoots brads. 1/2, 5/8 5. [✓] Lifetime Guarantee 5. [✓] Makes me happy to use. #SuperLightWeight 6. [✓] Makes me happy to see hanging in my shop. #gorgeous #looksLikeAGlock User Experience: Amazingly light to carry; light trigger, easy to squeeze; center line on nose makes targeting easy; loading ends with a secure and satisfying CLICK;
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Super light weight product and efficient doing the job.
Super light weight product and efficient doing the job.
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Great product! Would love to see more carbon fiber tools made.
Great product! Would love to see more carbon fiber tools made.
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Stapler is lightweight and much easier to squeeze than any others I’ve used. This is the second o...
Stapler is lightweight and much easier to squeeze than any others I’ve used. This is the second one I’ve purchased.
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This is a good light weight stapler with 3k carbon weave molded into the housing. Carbon injectio...
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This is a good light weight stapler with 3k carbon weave molded into the housing. Carbon injection molding is relatively new as this stapler was not hand laid up. If it was it would be easily 10 times the cost. So you get all the strength at a fraction of the cost! This has been nice to have on hand for some small jobs where I needed to tack things with staples and small brad nails. The action is smooth and I haven't had any issues with this not driving staples or nails all the way into wood. All in all it's a good product. I would recommend this.
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The taker is excellent for light to medium work. It has a difficult time penetrating the harder w...
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The taker is excellent for light to medium work. It has a difficult time penetrating the harder wood as seen in the pictures. If you are using it on sheet rock or plywood you want have a problem. It is very strong and well built but light weight. The unique design makes it easy to refill with staples or nails. This has always seemed to be a problem with staple guns / tacker, but not with this one. It has a strong spring action to shoot the staple. The squeezing of the handle to shoot the staple is easy and comfortable. You can use this gun all day and not get tired. I gave it a four because I would liked to have seen it a little stronger than it is. However it did out preform my old staple gun. In the pictures the new carbon fiber tracker is the square staple and the old metal stapler is the round headed staple.
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I want to start off by saying one thing.... this thing is tough! I purposely bust this tacker to ...
I want to start off by saying one thing.... this thing is tough! I purposely bust this tacker to an inch if it's life, and it still worked perfectly. Just to let you know what I pit this thing through, I dropped it from a roof, ladder, tossed it 30 yards, threw it off a wall, bounced it off a concrete floor and ran it over with a garden tractor, and the only damage I seen was a bit of paint chipping from the logo. It's extremely light in weight, but unbelievabley tough. It also very easy to use. I also love how this takes staples and/or brad nails. The brads and staples went through a 2x4 perfectly, and the trigger is quick and easy to use. Another thing that I really like is that you added a window on each side that will show you if you are running low on staples/brass, and the belt clip is larger and works great. You can even put the clip on the other side for a lefty if needed. The only reason I dropped a star was 1. The hand span for the trigger is a but to wide, even for larger hands like mine. 2. There is no depth adjustment for how far you would like to sink the tack, and 3. I'm not a fan of the loading mechanism as it gets held up on the staples and somewhat a pain to use. Other than that, I love it and will be using this instead of my air guns for many projects
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