Makita AT1150A 7/16-Inch Medium Crown Stapler (16 Ga.)

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Description The Makita 7/16" Medium Crown Stapler (model AT1150A) combines ease-of-use and performance in a compact size. With a top-loading magazine that accepts 16 ga. 7/16" staples (accepts 1" to 2” staple length), the Makita AT1150A is ideal for crating, decking, insulation, and sheathing applications. Jammed nails are easily cleared by opening the quick-release cam-lock on the nose assembly. Fast and powerful, the AT1150A has a compact size and weighs in at only 4.9 lbs. ideal for all-day use. Additional convenience features include a hook that allows the tool to remain close-by, a multi-directional exhaust port that directs exhaust air away from the user, and a built in air filter that promotes efficient motor operation by reducing the amount of dust and debris from entering the tool. INCLUDES (1) Hex Wrench (A0913-0011) (1) Hook (A0316-0311) (1) Oil Supply (A09070001) (1) Safety Goggles (A09080-171) (1) Air Fitting SPECS: Operating Air Pressure : 65 - 120 PSI Gauge : 16 Leg Length : 1" to 2" Crown : 7/16" Maximum Magazine Capacity : 140 Dimensions (LxWxH) : 14-1/2" x 3-7/16" x 11-3/8" Net Weight : 4.9 lbs. Fastening category : Stapler Power Type : Pneumatic Max. nail/fastener length : 2" Shipping Weight : 6.75 lbs. UPC Code : 088381-077491 AT1150A Instruction Manual

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Terry E.

Loose screw

The stapler works great but you need to keep an eye on the screw that holds the depth gauge in place as it becomes loose. We lost one on a job and needless to say it slowed down the day’s work quite substantially. I would consider buying a spare and if Makita including one or putting a different system in.

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