Hitachi N 3804AB3 narrow crown stapler

Hitachi N 3804AB3 narrow crown stapler Hot

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Hitachi N 3804AB3 narrow crown stapler
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Model #
N 3804AB3
MSRP
$170.52
Includes:
safety glasses,
air fitting,
hex bar wrenches,
case
1/2- to 1-1/2-inch 18-gauge narrow crown stapler with factory installed air fitting for convenience
Selective actuation switch to choose between bump fire or sequential fire modes; tool free depth adjustment
Tool-less, easy to clear nose for quick staple extraction; magazine holds up to 130 staples for efficiency; no-mar tip; 360-adjustable exhaust
Includes safety glasses, air fitting, hex bar wrenches, case
10.3 x 2,3 x 9.2 inches (LxWxH); 2.3 pounds; 5-year warranty From the Manufacturer
Hitachi’s 1-1/2-inch stapler is the ideal tool for internal and external trim, furniture, cabinet work and other finish applications. The N3804AB3 accepts ½- to 1-1/2-inch 18-gauge, ¼-inch crown staples. The new selective actuation switch lets the user conveniently select bump fire actuation for quick stapling when precise placement is not required. By simply flipping the switch, the user transitions to sequential fire for exact staple placement. At only 2.3 pounds, it is well-balanced and lightweight to make work a breeze. The durable elastomer grip adds comfort while preventing slippage. Loading and reloading staples is easy with a top load magazine. Staples are visibly exposed so that blank drives are avoided. This stapler features a tool-less, easy-to-clear nose for quick and simple extraction should a staple jam during use. It has been engineered with a rear mounted safety and a short center height to allow for staple placement and easy visibility in hard to reach areas and tight corners. A simple turn of the depth of drive dial allows the user to easily adjust the drive depth, accommodating woods of varying density for appropriate holding power based on the application. The new no-mar tip on the nose protects the work surface from scarring and denting. An easy to use 360 degree adjustable exhaust port keeps dust, debris and oil off the work surface and away from the user.

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great buy

of the 3 i have owned in past 6 years this is the best by far .plus i paid 50$ for it from the refurbished web sight .i use it often for a varity of uses . has served me very well .

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Ugly but works OK

Even though it is UGLY (what where they smoking over at Hitachi HQ) this stapler functions well. The lever adjusted fire selection switch lets me shift between bump or selective fire very easily. I wish all my nailers had this feature. Although top loading magazines are not my favorite, this one functions well. It is very easy to tell how many staples are left. There is NO dry fire lock out, it will fire when staples are exhausted. The no mar tips are rather large. The hose connector leaves at an odd upward angle, I like to add a swiveling style hose fitting to my finishing guns, so this is not really an issue.I haven't had a jam yet, so I can't comment on how easy it is to clear.
If you can live with the ugly style I would recommend this stapler.

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easily adjusted,
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Ugly
Made in
Taiwan
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