Milwaukee M12 3/8" Crown Stapler Kit

WOOD magazine rating
Average reader rating
out of 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 3.5 lbs. and 7.25” 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.

  • Fastens a range of 3/8" flat crown staples from 1/4" - 9/16"
  • Compact and ergonomic design signicantly reduces user fatigue
  • Contact actuation for increase productivity
  • Dry fire lockout prevents unintended damage to the work surface
  • Staple leg locating arrow for accurate staple placement
  • Slotted magazine design for easy staple viewing
  • Integrated sequential and contact actuation trigger for easy changing between firing modes
  • Power adjustment dial for consistent flush stapling through various materials
  • Up to 1500 staples per charge on an M12™ REDLITHIUM 1.5ah battery (battery and charge sold separately)
  • Compatible with all M12™ batteries
  • Adjustable belt hook
  • 5-Year Limited warranty

    Length  7.25"

    Weight  3.0 lbs

    Power Source  Cordless

    Width  2.5"

    Battery  M12™ REDLITHIUM™

    Charger  M12 Charger

    Height  7.25"

WOOD magazine review

A handy way to staple

Review Summary

If you get tired of squeezing a hand-operated wide-crown stapler, then this is the tool for you. Powered by a single 12-volt lithium-ion battery pack, this Milwaukee stapler takes all the hand fatigue out of the equation. Using T-50 staples (from 1/4" to 9/16" long), all you do is pull the trigger and the tool sinks the staple for you. It's really that simple. This stapler has a great ergonomic design, so it's easy to hold and use, even in tight spaces.
As with a pneumatic nailer or stapler, the nose has a safety on it that must be depressed against the wood for the the motor to shoot a staple. And when there's only 4-5 staples left, it locks out the safety so you can continue until you're firing blanks. It's just a really well-designed tool that pulls off its intended job very well.

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