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Stanley STA0TR250 Heavy Duty TR250 Staple Gun/Brad Nailer £13.40 @ Amazon
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Stanley STA0TR250 Heavy Duty TR250 Staple Gun/Brad Nailer £13.40 @ Amazon

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Posted 8th FebEdited by:"merb0786"

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Stanley Heavy Duty TR250 Staple Gun/Brad Nailer

The Stanley 0-TR250 staple gun/brad nailer is ideal for multiple heavy-duty applications. It features an easy-to-squeeze trigger and also comfortable handle for more driving power and to reduce hand fatigue. The anti-jam function ensures continuous use without blocking the mechanism. Heavy duty aluminium cast housing ensures greater durability and its pinch point free design offers additional safety.

Easy access staple and brad insertion makes loading easy and quick and an internal wire guide for greater accuracy. The staple gun is kitted with Hi/Lo adjustment to match density of materials and can be also used on plywood as well as MDF.

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Features:

- Pinch point free design for added safety
- Easy push handle
- Aluminium cast housing
- Easy access staple and brad insertion
- Lock down handle for easier storage
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Brad Nailer? I think I've seen some of his films. :/
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Brad Nailer? I think I've seen some of his films. :/
DrDoolittle08/02/2020 22:37

Brad Nailer? I think I've seen some of his films. :/


Bow chicka bow wow!!
In all seriousness though, this is a decent gun. I've used one to do some re-upholstery work on my La-Z-Boy.
No deal
Thanks op! Absolutely did not need one but I still bought it
You have been ripped off
had one but stopped firing after a while , so purchased another and thats stopped aswell, so suggest to look elsewhere
Ordered thanks OP. Good reviews and price. Hope it doesn't disappoint 😄
Home bargains do their own brand stapler for £6...
Used mine for hundreds of staples on sofa repair, it works well..
I have found Stanley branded stuff not worth the premium, sadly another old quality"brand"that isn't anymore..
Edited by: "renoman" 9th Feb
I absolutely don’t need one and therefore didn’t buy it.
Now £12.36
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