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The Most Well Known
The 18-6 Garvey gun has been the most popular tool for their entire history. The relatively small label design was very useful in the days of grocery store price marking. The store clerks needed a sticker that would fit on small cans and bags, and this was the perfect solution. Design improvements have occurred over the years and this current G-Series is by far the best engineered one to date.
The entire design was built upon providing the user with a simple to use, very durable gun. Superb plastics were selected to build the Garvey 18-6. There is a small instruction sheet that is included on the gun itself. This is a great feature that helps to educate shop employees of how to use the gun when the owner isn't around.
An ergonomic handle with rubberized grip
Easy drop-in label loading
Convenient built-in operation instructions
Prints up to 6 positions
Uses 18mm x 12 mm label
How to Load A Garvey 18-6 Price Gun:
Loading a Garvey 18-6 Price Gun only takes a few steps. This label gun is known for its ease of use and minimal label jams.
This loading process is the same for the G-Series and Contact price gun. Start by opening the front pressure plate by sliding the two black tabs down. While holding the strip of labels, drop the roll of Garvey labels into the gun with the labels coming off the bottom of the roll. You should be seeing the labels on the strip, and only backing paper on the roll. You should have about seven inches of labels out the front of the gun. Then go ahead and close the front plate.
Next, we recommend you peel the price labels off the backing paper. This will help to eliminate the possibility of a label jam. When all the labels are off the backing paper, feed it into the slot with the drive assembly. There is an arrow pointing to where to put the paper. Begin clicking the hand trigger and once the paper tightens up, you should start getting printed labels out the top of the gun.