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Can anyone recommend a decent cable stapler. The lads in work use the Rapid ones, but I don’t like them. I’ve used a Tacwise one which is okay. But I’ve seen an Arrow and Dewalt one. But if anyone could help that would be great.
 
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Arrow. T25. excellent gun and the T25 staples are a tad larger, so less chance of spiking the cable. several on ebay for under £30.
 
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Arrow T18 for telephones and 4,6,8 core alarm, arrow T25 for 12 core+ alarm and cat 5
 
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I don't think so, otherwise they wouldn't make two different staplers
I know what you mean. I’ve seen the Dewalt one in Screwfix:


It looks at though it accepts the Arrow T25 staples and the smaller staples I think looking at the description.
 
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I perfure the rapid staple gun so you can adjust the settings.specaily in corners for running cables.
 

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