I have this larger stapler, and yes, leaving imprints is a problem, and it too, doesn't drive home all the nails and staples. Have to go around with a hammer and knock them in. However imprints in wood can be somewhat reversed by adding a little water.
I've just googled mine. I thought it was a cheap one! amazon.co.uk/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=tacwise&index=aps&tag=hydrukspg-21&ref=pd_sl_7pk5f0wad4_e&adgrpid=58683902092&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvadid=259099255122&hvpos=1t1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=15683093185253859748&hvqmt=e&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1006765&hvtargid=kwd-300486345589
I found one of these in my shed last week and its scary! I only touched the trigger and it was like a semi auto rifle. The speed the pins fired out was a shock. I tried to mend the roof of my bird box and the force of it sent half the roof flying clean off (lol) (lol) Its a Tacwise
Slightly OT but has anyone got or used a Lidl or Aldi pneumatic staple gun at all?? I'd love the dewalt nailers but have to be realistic its never going to be viable for me to buy them, so air seems to be the way to go...
My research found a bigger version of this stapler they sometimes offer, PHET 25. But previous comments on cheap staplers still apply.