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The Senco SLS20XP-M narrow crown air stapler, item# 490107N, drives 3/8" to 1-1/2" 18 gauge 3/8" crown Senco M series staples. Five-year warranty. No lubrication required. Features adjustable depth of drive for precise countersinking, no-mar tip and lightweight design. The Senco SLS20XP-M pneumatic staple gun is excellent for cabinets, casebacks, drawers, insulated sheathing, underlayment, molding and trim.
WARNING: California residents, this item qualifies for Proposition 65 legislation.
Besides about $20 and 0.2 pounds, what is the difference between this gun (the SLS20XP-M) and the SLS25XP-M? And while we are at it, what advantage does the SKSXP-M offer? They all use the same 3/8" crown staples.
Question by: Tom Sadowski on Apr 8, 2018, 8:05:00 PM
Great question! There is little difference between the SLS20XP-M and the SLS25XP-M, other than the SLS20XP-M has a sequential actuation trigger, whereas the SLS25XP-M has a contact actuation trigger type. As you noted, there are other minor differences in weight, size and operating pressure range, but nothing significant. Senco also advertises the SLS20XP-M as being suitable for applications in upholstery. The SKSXP-M is a completely different tool, designed for heavier-duty woodworking, thanks to its 1" long lip for tight spaces, and an EZ-Clear Latch that almost entirely eliminates jamming.
Answer by: Customer Service (Admin) on Apr 9, 2018, 6:05:00 AM