Ramset 0.22 Caliber Yellow Single Shot Powder Loads (100-Count)-00607 - The Home Depot


Model # 00607

Internet # 100187029

Store SKU # 625242

0.22 Caliber Yellow Single Shot Powder Loads (100-Count)

Ramset 0.22 Caliber Yellow Single Shot Powder Loads (100-Count)

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$6.96 / each


Model # 00607

Internet # 100187029

Store SKU # 625242

Arm your Ramset 721, M70, MasterShot, TriggerShot, or HammerShot tool with the Ramset 0.22 Caliber Yellow Single-Shot Powder Loads 100 Count. These loads provide enough power to help penetrate concrete and hollow block. 100 loads per box.

  • Use with Ramset 721, M70, MasterShot, TriggerShot and HammerShot tools
  • Help provide the power to penetrate hollow block and concrete
  • Yellow loads
  • Includes 100 loads
  • Compatible with most other PAT brands

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Assembled Depth (in.)  .5625 in  Assembled Height (in.)  .25 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  .5625 in 
Actuated Tool Type  Load/Booster  Color Family  Yellow 
Hazardous Code  No Air  Load Caliber  .22 
PAT Booster Color  Yellow  PAT Pin Use  Steel & Concrete 
Power Tool Product Type  Powder Actuated  Returnable  90-Day 
Tools Product Type  Power Tool 


Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by .22 CALIBER YELLOW SINGLE SHOT POWDER LOADS These worked great for securing 2 x 4's to a concrete floor. I have also used them in the past to secure starter strips for siding on a foundation. Sometimes in really hard concrete i have to use a second load to drive in the fastener. Overall I am very satisfied with their performance. It sure beat driving them in by hand. December 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hottest single shot available The yellow .22 cal load is the hottest load that you can get for single shot guns. Powder actuated tool are not recommended for use in concrete block. From the instructions: "Use a fastener 1/3 the thickness of the concrete; do not nail within 3" of the edge." Have I used 1" nails to fasten furring strips to basement walls? Maybe; but not with yellow loads. Always glue 'studs' to concrete block walls. Wear hearing protection. Always. Even for one nail. September 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Worked perfect for the framing of my basement, basement is finished and I couldn't be happier September 30, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Gets the job done I've been through a few 100 count boxes. I've used them to secure studs for basement walls or my last project, storage shelves in the unfinished part of the basement. The yellows (#4) work the best for me when I secure 2x4s with 2.5" nails. However, I'd say around one out of five doesn't sink all the way, so I have to hit it again with a brown (#2). I'm not sure if this is due to inconsistent powder loads or differences in the masonary. By the way, I have the gun you hit with a hammer. January 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by The right load for my job I ordered these without testing my concrete floor to see how easy it would dimple. When the package arrived and I read the instructions for using the Ramset, there is a whole section on testing the concrete prior to choosing which load level to use. These are level 4. I was pretty confident in my research that these were the right ones to use. They have worked great. Have not had any issues and every one has fired. Highly recommend using a Ramset if you have to attach wood to concrete. I used the 2.5" drive pins (no washer). March 10, 2012
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