|Name||Arrow HT50 Professional Hammer Tacker||Carbon Fiber Tacker||T50DCD Cordless Staple Gun||6 in. Electric Stapler and Brad Nailer|
|Staple type||T50||T50||3/8" Crown||T50|
|Maximum staple size (in.)||.5||.5625||.5||.5625|
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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.
Sure. It’s no different than the old Arrow staple guns except its much lighter and way easier to squeeze.
I have used it for light upholstery work.
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).
This gun only uses Arrow T50 staples. Mike
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.
No. Stay away from anything that can cut/pinch romex or any other cable.
Just stapled insulation to 2X4's with no problems.