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Arrow T50 #506 Staples - 3/8"L

Arrow T50 #506 Staples - 3/8"L
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Arrow T50 #506 Staples - 3/8"L
SKU: AR-506MPN: 506GTIN/UPC: 079055500384
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Product Description

T50 staples are the world’s best-selling heavy-duty staple platform. Made to deliver exceptional holding power, these staples are used for all heavy-duty stapling applications--from installing insulation, housewraps, and roofing underlayments to upholstering fine furniture and window treatments. A true workhorse of a fastener, Arrow T50 staples are made to precise specifications on state-of-the-art equipment in Saddle Brook, NJ, USA.

Specifications

MPN
506
Type
Staples
Material
Steel
Overall Length
3/8"
Overall Width
3/8"
Box / Case Quantity
1250
Weight (lbs)
0.45

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