Arrow Fastener Arrow PT50 Pneumatic Staple Gun Review
Arrow Fastener Arrow PT50 Pneumatic Staple Gun
Reviewed by: Timothy Henderson
Published on: June 26, 2017
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- Dimensions – 9.5 x 0.2 x 8 inches
- Weight – 3 pounds
- Required supplies – T50 staples
- Easy loading
- Contact safety
- Material – Hard metal
Arrow Fastener Arrow T50 – The Basics
When it comes to excellent DIY guns, this one is near the top. Apart from being powerful and efficient, it’s also quite easy to use and it doesn’t require a high-end compressor. As you may know, if you don’t own a compressor already, you’ll have to buy one in order to make this unit work.
However, the great thing is that you don’t have to invest a lot of money in it because it works fine with any affordable compressor on the market.
People love the compactness of this model, and it’s for a good reason. Other ones usually look quite cumbersome and bulky, but this particular one is an exception. Its ergonomic design allows you to use it without having any issues with fatigue and pain.
This model is one of the smallest and lightest ones around. Using it is a piece of cake, even if you’re in your 70s. The innovative design is what makes this unit worth checking out. While other models tend to have some flaws design-wise, this one has none. It’s packed with a ton of safety mechanisms which is probably the most important thing in any stapler, especially the pneumatic ones.
Even though it’s not designed for massive DIY projects, it can cope with small to mid-sized ones without a single problem. Anyone can use this unit because of its straightforwardness and simplicity.
As we already said, you don’t need a super-expensive compressor in order to use this particular model. It works on 80-100 PSI meaning any 120 PSI air compressor is more than enough to get this thing going. It also comes with all necessary fittings meaning you can use it right out of the box without having to make any serious adjustments.
Ease of use
Some people are afraid to use pneumatic tools because they think it’s too complicated for them. Contrary to popular belief, most models on the market are pretty simple. However, they tend to deliver a lot of power, so make sure to read the user manual before operating with these units because they don’t all work on a same principle.
The biggest issue with air-powered staplers is usually the reloading process. However, the Arrow Company constructed a pretty innovative reloading mechanism to mitigate the process. Thanks to some fine engineering, you don’t have to worry about putting a new line of staples in this gun – it’s as easy as it gets.
Things we liked about it
One other thing we liked is the price. Many people expect a hefty price and most of them get pleasantly surprised by the affordability of this model. People who are on a limited budget love the fact that they have the opportunity to own a quality pneumatic tool without stepping over the limits.
Things we didn’t like
General user impressions
Feelings are quite mixed when it comes to user’s opinions about this particular staple gun. Some people love its simplicity and straightforwardness, while others feel like it’s not as good as they thought it would be. In the end, it all comes down to your personal preferences and needs. For instance, if you’re planning on doing small household repairs, the Arrow Fastener PT50 will do the job well. On the other hand, massive projects aren’t the thing in which this unit performs well.
As you can see, it’s a pretty good stapler for an affordable price. However, it does lack some features that most people find mandatory. Truth be told, if you’re a beginner, there is no need to complicate stuff further by purchasing a unit with a ton of auxiliary features. Furthermore, if you’re not a devoted professional, there’s a big chance you won’t even need those additional features for occasional household repairs.
As far as we are concerned – it’s a worthy investment, especially if it’s your first pneumatic tool ever. You’ll have a chance to learn through some trial and error and comprehend the basic principles of pneumatic staple guns. On the other hand, if you’re looking for something that’s more on the heavy-duty side, feel free to check our other reviews out.