• M12™ 3/8" Crown Stapler
• Staple locating arrow for accurate staple placement
• Slotted magazine design for easy staple viewing
• Integrated sequential and contact actuation trigger for seamless changing between firing modes
• Power adjustment dial for consistent flush stapling through various materials
• Up to 1500 staples per charge on a compact M12 battery (battery and charge sold separately)
• Compatible with all M12 batteries
• Adjustable belt hook
• 5-Year Limited warranty
• Length: 7.25"
• Height: 7.25"
• Width: 2.5"
The Milwaukee M12 3/8” Crown Stapler delivers a true hand tool replacement. The 2447 is designed to drive a range of 3/8” flat crown staples (1/4” – 9/16”) through an array of materials and substrates. At just 3.0 lbs. and 7.5” long the compact design allows for great access into tight spaces and convenient tool belt portability. An easy to squeeze trigger design significantly reduces fatigue associated with traditional hand staplers. Integrated sequential and contact actuation trigger design provides increased productivity and seamless changing between firing modes. The 2447 is compatible with all Milwaukee M12 batteries, and carries Milwaukee’s 5-Year limited power tool warranty.
Tried banging out plastic corner bead with this thing and it lasted half the day.
Proud Milwaukee owner but if this is the standard I’m taking my money elsewhere
Great tool once I found the right staples for it
I've been using this here and there for the past couple years and have never had a problem. I've read the other reviews with it locking up during jobs, I've yet to use this for a continuous use like these other two reviewers. I cannot state on longevity of this if being used continuously for hours. This works great for the DIYer, it has the great warranty on it too so if it does break it they'll repair or replace it. As these other problems have shown up maybe Milwaukee has fixed these issues and then wouldn't be a problem.
I almost made it through a box up staples and the motor locked up. It just hummed and the lights flashed with multiple batteries. Think the Brushes may not be installed correctly or may not have had the correct brushes installed. I read a half dozen recent comments stating the same exact issues so I am thinking Milwaukee has either a design flaw or a batch issue with these units.