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Yes, using the tacwise CT-60/14mm cable staples, used it personally on 3 core extensions & virgin media coaxial with no problem
By Charles on 03 May 2015
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Yes it should be fine for tv cable
By Amazon user on 04 September 2016
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Yes it does. This is a good staple gun and would recommend, I use it at least 4 times a week in work and is a brilliant bit of kit.
By taffylott on 30 April 2015
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NO staples supplied! Annoying as I now have to order and wait again!!
By david on 01 October 2014
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Plaster - yes, Brick - no.
By Michael G. Hassey on 05 June 2016
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Yes this can happen. Frustrating. I found that I had to keep the unit as flat to the work as possible for it to shoot more consistently
By neil christie on 04 May 2017
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The smaller size staples in this will be fine, that's what i use. Larger size for coax etc.
By Michael G. Hassey on 06 May 2016
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I got mine through Amazon although, I understand, you should be able to get them from most DIY centres too. Tacwise have got a quite good customer help system, they have answered queeries from me before, so, if you have difficulty, try emailing them for a local supplier.
By Aremess on 27 August 2014
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The packaging gives the following: Staples 4.5mm in diameter with prongs 8mm or 10mm long. Staples 6mm in diameter with prongs 10mm, 12mm and 14mm long.
By TomE on 14 October 2017
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No. I tried it into brick and into mortar and the staples just buckled up.
By Les Williams on 20 February 2014