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Old 01-13-2011, 06:14 PM   #31
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I would staple with 1 3/4" medium crown staples.

They hold tight and are very economical....if you have the gun to shoot them.
I got one for sale. Bostitch 7/16 crown. Going cheap

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I got one for sale. Bostitch 7/16 crown. Going cheap
define cheap, in US currency.
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Dunno. How much are they new?
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Dunno. How much are they new?
I'll need a model number.
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You must have local code requirements to go by.
We usually use 1-5/8" staples and staple with the crown at a right angle to the orientation to the strand board or veneer in the case of plywood. The staples have two shanks with a broad crown to hold it in place. They are also realy cheap per shot so you can staple the poop out of it and surpass code requirements.

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