|Product Depth (in.)||2.25 in||Product Height (in.)||7 in|
|Product Width (in.)||9 in|
|Air Tool Type||Air Nailer||Compressor/Air Tool Features||No Additional Features|
|Included||No additional components or accessories are included||Loading type||Strip|
|Maximum Fastener Size||9/16 in||Minimum Fastener Size||1/4 in|
|Minimum Recommended Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI||1||Minimum Recommended Operating Pressure (psi)||60 PSI|
|Tools Product Type||Air Tool|
A: Likely not. This has a safety tip on the end that could possibly prevent such a tight fit, but it depends on the exact situation. There are great upholstery staplers available that do not have the safety nose, allowing a fit into tighter areas like you mentioned. (see below) Freeman Uphiolstery Stapler: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Freeman-Pneumatic-22-Gauge-Upholstery-Stapler-P2238US/206891564
A: This stapler uses Arrow T50 Staples up to 9/16" in length. There are many variables in which fastener would be appropriate for installing the chicken wire. If these were used, it would probably be a good idea to then reinforce the fence with something a little stronger.
A: Yes but I would use a 1/4" Crown stapler instead. The staples that will come out of this gun will be very insecure due to their light gauge (.23) and their wider width. The 1/4" Crown staples will be between .15 and .18 which are much thicker and you can get them to sink into wood over 1 1/2", if you purchase staples that long. The staples that come out of this gun are like the staples you use in an office stapler.