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Craftsman Portable Power Tools: EasyFire Electric Staple Gun

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Sears.com has a few Craftsman Portable Power Tools on sale listed below. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise, free shipping on orders over $49 or more. Thanks Corwin

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  • Craftsman EasyFire Electric Staple/Nail Gun [sears.com] (68492) $16.92
    • Features
      • Shoots 1/4 through 9/16 in. heavy duty narrow crown staples
      • Built-in wire guide for easy tacking of low-voltage wire
      • Fires 9/16 in. brad nails
      • Easy load staple chamber
      • One-touch trigger safety lock
      • Lightweight, compact ergonomic design to maneuver in tight job spaces
      • Staple and nail remaining window
  • Craftsman 4V Lithium-ion Slide Screwdriver [sears.com] (CSD40QU) $16.92
    • Features
      • Forward/reverse rocker makes it easy to tighten or loosen fasteners quickly
      • Bit cartridge holds 6 quick-change bits
      • LED light for increased visibility
      • Rubber grip for increased comfort
  • Craftsman 4.8-Volt Cordless Rotary Tool w/ 5 Accessories [sears.com] (61078) $16.92
    • Features
      • Ideal performance for small craft projects
      • Lightweight and compact for precision and control
      • Two-speed simplicity is ideal for variety of materials
      • Convenient High/low speed switch (6500 and 13,000 rpm) to match the proper speed required
      • Shaft lock prevents shaft rotation when changing bits
      • Silicon carbide grinding stone, polishing wheel, sanding drum & band, screw mandrel
      • 4.8 volt, 4-cell removable NiCad Battery Pack
      • 3-hour charger with LED light shows proper charging
      • Rugged, high-impact resistant housing helps protect tool from damage and reduces weight
      • Ideal for precision woodworking, refinishing, model building, craft projects
      • Compact and lightweight for easier handling and less fatigue
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This video makes the nailer look like a waste of money: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcnXiHHBIPU
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That 4.8V rotary tool looks just like the dremel 4.8V.
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What can the nail gun do? Floor or fence? Sorry I'm newbie to nail gun.
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What can the nail gun do? Floor or fence? Sorry I'm newbie to nail gun.
This looks more like a staple gun. So I would think tiny brad nails which can at best work for thin molding jobs, etc. Definitely not floor or fence. Those require much more power and money.
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That 4.8V rotary tool looks just like the dremel 4.8V.
FYI: Battery on this (and Dremel) is Ni-Cd. Keep that in mind AFA use and longevity. I have the Dremel and with the exception of extremely small and very quick uses I have found it pretty much useless.... just my 2 cents. Cool

The screwdriver looks quite intriguing but seems a bit overpriced... even at discounted price.
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Interested in any experience with the screwdriver. Just bought the $30 black and decker for taking TVs apart and may return if this one is a good one.
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I have this screwdriver and it's handy, but not very powerful or fast. It doesn't hold the bit that's being used very well so that will often stay in the screw after the adjustment has been made. All that being said, I would probably re-buy at this price if my current one stopped working.
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This video makes the nailer look like a waste of money: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcnXiHHBIPU
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This video makes the nailer look like a waste of money: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcnXiHHBIPU
that was great! thanks for posting. quick pass after watching it
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The staple gun seems to better for staples in soft wood.
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What can the nail gun do? Floor or fence? Sorry I'm newbie to nail gun.
Staples: Christmas lights, or felt (under siding)
Brad nails: Small projects like toys or frames
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Anyone think the staple feature would work on (dry) walls for routing and organizing (electronics) cords?
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This video makes the nailer look like a waste of money: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcnXiHHBIPU
"What a f----ing piece of s---".

Well. I guess I'm out.


The positive reviews appear to be adding upholstry using the staples. Pretty meaningless task that can be easily done with a $5 stapler.
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Anyone think the staple feature would work on (dry) walls for routing and organizing (electronics) cords?
avoid it on ethernet cables since they are more fragile and dont like be to crimped
most of other types of cables that have decent shielding are okay, such as power
just make sure you arent nailing into the power cable itself but around
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