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I'm not a Romex racer -- but I rather presumed that the trade was already using staple guns.

You're too late.
 

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FastCap sells a magnet for the wrist that will pull up staples// TEK screws -- without the use of fingers.

One then merely plucks one fastener off of the magnet face as you please.
 

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I'm not a Romex racer -- but I rather presumed that the trade was already using staple guns.

You're too late.
Staple guns aren't legal here in Canada :lol:
 

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I can't tell if these look like a good idea or not. Either way, you can't use
whatever you like. Around here, if doesn't have CSA or ULc it can't be used.
 

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I use a hammer.
That's what I love about this tool, it takes the advantages of the staple gun (the staple sleeve) but you still use a hammer to drive the staple. The staples are hand bang staples only they are in a sleeve instead of a loose mess.
 

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Really ENut? you're not just yankin' my tail feathers there? :laughing:~CS~:)
Well, if you have a permit your ok ... but only for the Long staple guns ... hand staple guns NO WAY :no:
 

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I think it's a fine idea. I do my best to not do residential work requiring staples, but it would sure be easy to carry a few staples with this gadget attached to my tool belt because I don't use a pouch. I use a tool carrier that has an 11-in-1, a beater flathead, strippers, Kleins, and dikes. If I need a staple, I grab a few as I need them. The Staple Pro clipped on my belt would keep them handy if I needed them.
 

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Hey Staple Pro- Don't be a chump. V......... ...... ........ ......!
 

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The staple boss is cool under the house or in attic on some old work but for a rough in its in the way kind of like the bundle boss good ideas and intentions but not my go too for speed


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I think it's a fine idea. I do my best to not do residential work requiring staples, but it would sure be easy to carry a few staples with this gadget attached to my tool belt because I don't use a pouch. I use a tool carrier that has an 11-in-1, a beater flathead, strippers, Kleins, and dikes. If I need a staple, I grab a few as I need them. The Staple Pro clipped on my belt would keep them handy if I needed them.
InPhase277, that's exactly the right idea. I don't use a huge tool belt when roughing in a house or stick built structure. I like to travel light! Hammer, Staple Pro, Wire cutters...that's it!:thumbsup:
 

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The staple boss is cool under the house or in attic on some old work but for a rough in its in the way kind of like the bundle boss good ideas and intentions but not my go too for speed


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Yes the staple guns are useful in a prime location(which is rare) but they are bulky and they don't give you much control over the depth the staple is driven.
 

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Not sure about the chump part?? This is 100% American made, I'm doing my part to make America great again, get on board! We are and will stay Made in the USA:thumbup:
Hey, that's terrific. I am 100% behind that! I own one of your staple machines by the way. The chump part is part of a slogan that I can't post in this part of the forum , don't take it personal please. I consider you a great man! A hero! We need lots more just like you. Hurrah!
 
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