You get what you pay for with this tacker. It works well, but it's slow and looks cheaply made.
This heavy-duty stapler has a 3-way depth adjustment, and a high capacity magazine that can hold up to 157 7/16-inch 16 gauge staples.
We liked this stapler's lightweight design, adjustable exhaust, and excellent balance. Its narrow crown design is suitable for many applications.
The Freeman cordless stapler is the most powerful we tested, plus it's ergonomic and lightweight. Plus, the free corded case turns this two-pound tool into a portable workstation.
Freeman PFS105 Pneumatic 10.5-Gauge 1-9/16" Fencing Stapler with Case Ergonomic and Lightweight Staple Gun with Tool-Free Depth Adjust and Quick Release Nose
The Freeman PFS105 Pneumatic 10.5-Gauge 1-9/16" Fencing Stapler with Case Ergonomic and Lightweight Staple Gun with Tool-Free Depth Adjust and Quick Release Nose was the best wire fencing stapler we tested. With its light yet sturdy build, accessories, and versatility of applications, it was a must-have for the contractor we carry in our shops.
Lightweight and easy to maneuver, this stapler drove through five layers of 3/4-inch plywood and nailed every 3/4-inch wood piece.
Considering its price, the Freeman PSS50 Pneumatic 16-Guage 2" Medium Crown Stapler feels like high-end tools. At $13.99, it's one of the cheapest pneumatic options we tested, and includes all the basic requirements of any staple gun.
This stapler is lightweight, durable, and highly accurate. The countersink and flush drive functions are convenient for working with a variety of materials.
The Metabo HPT flooring stapler is easy to install, and easy to operate. Its durable construction ensures long product life, and its adjustable depth makes it suitable for a variety of applications.
This pneumatic staple gun is a motorized version of the hand air staple gun we had to use for our last projects. It holds more staples and fires faster than our previous tool, making it our favorite tool for roofing work.