Need help Arrow gun T2025

I have this staple gun that was left in the house that I bought. On it says T2025 and it works cause it was still 'loaded'. and I tried it. Now, I need to know what to buy when it runs out and more importantly on how to unload it. I had a much older arrow gun T50 and know how to load that, but i prefer this one. I tried to remove it like the T50, by pulling the bottom where u load the staples out, but it would not give. It also has a red inserted piece..for what I do not know, except it looks cool. I went to youtube and all they show were other models, nothing resembling this one..hoping someone here knows and can clue me...thanx.
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Look here for the manual. http://www.arrowfastener.com/product/t2025-dual-purpose-attacker
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Google is your friend! (-: "Dual purpose attacker" sounds like some sort of terrorist, though.
I would like to know if there's any sort of code to the numbering of staples like there is for coin cell batteries (2032's are 20mm in diameter, 3.2mm in height, 2016's are 1.6mm high, etc). I don't see anything that jumps out at me in arrow's lineup:
http://www.arrowfastener.com/catalog/supplies/staples
There sure are a lot of choices. I've got at least 8 different staplers and a shoe box full of various sized staples. The favorite of my arthritic hands is the Surebonder battery powered unit which is surprisingly powerful - more powerful than the 110VAC unit I have. The only problem is that the batteries have to be fully and recently charged or else it hang fires.
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novel wrote:

Subject: Can anyone explain Arrow T-series staples and guns? Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2011 09:14:52 -0500
Newsgroups: misc.consumers.house, alt.home.repair
DT wrote:

Well, this is my second T25 stapler, and all I ever use in them are the flat-top T20 staples.
I figure that if the staples fit properly in the feed guide, that's all you need to worry about.
I loaded a rail of flat-topped T20 staples into my new T25 gun and drove a few staples into some scrap hardwood. Worked fine - as I expected.
It's strange. Arrow seems to make guns with model numbers that match the staples.
So they have T25 round-topped staples for T25 guns.
I don't see a T20 gun to match the T20 flat-topped staples.
They do sell a T2025 gun, which claims to use both T20 and T25 staples.
But like I said, the T25 gun seems to shoot T20 staples just fine.
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Manual can be downloaded, here: http://www.arrowfastener.com/product/t2025-dual-purpose-attacker
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I have this staple gun that was left in the house that I bought. On it says T2025 and it works cause it was still 'loaded'. and I tried it. Now, I need to know what to buy when it runs out and more importantly on how to unload it. I had a much older arrow gun T50 and know how to load that, but i prefer this one. I tried to remove it like the T50, by pulling the bottom where u load the staples out, but it would not give. It also has a red inserted piece..for what I do not know, except it looks cool. I went to youtube and all they show were other models, nothing resembling this one..hoping someone here knows and can clue me...thanx.
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