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Ramset

Model # 00022

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Store SKU # 107708

Hammer Shot 0.22 Caliber Single Shot Tool

$25.98 /each
  • Fewer misses with large striking surface
  • Greater comfort with impact resistant handle and finger grooves
  • Enhanced versatility with 2-1/2" pin capability

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Model # 00022

Internet # 100091715

Store SKU # 107708

The Ramset Hammer Shot 0.22 Caliber Single Shot Tool is a hammer-actuated tool utilizing 0.22 caliber loads. This tool is great for small DIY projects. The HammerShot can easily fasten up to 2-1/2 in. drive pins.

  • Hammer actuated tool with a barrel design that allows for easy horizontal and overhead fastening, up to 2-1/2 in. drive pins
  • For small DIY projects, such as fastening two by fours and furring strips to concrete in basements or room additions
  • Impact-resistant handle with contoured grip
  • Larger strike nut than the HD22
  • Licensing required

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
2.75 
Product Height (in.) 
2.75 
Product Width (in.) 
14 
Details
Actuated Tool Type 
Load/Booster 
Color Family 
Black 
Load Caliber 
.22 
PAT Booster Color 
Green 
PAT Pin Use 
Steel & Concrete 
Power Tool Features 
No Additional Features 
Power Tool Product Type 
Powder Actuated 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 

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CAN I USE THIS TOOL TO INSTALL TACK STRIP INTO CONCRETE FLOOR

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June 14, 2014
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You could, however, I do believe it would be a bit too powerful.
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August 28, 2015
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I would not based on the training and manual. It clearing does not meet the requirements. Just glue it down with construction cement that will stick to concrete. By the way, unless you concrete is sealed, you are going to get mold under the carpet.
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May 11, 2015
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I would say yes though I don't have experience directly. Ramset sells lower powered rounds (power level is 1 to 5 i believe) so you could buy the 1 inch pins:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ramset-1-in-Drive-Pins-with-Washers-100-Pack-00797/100559049#specifications
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I would say yes though I don't have experience directly. Ramset sells lower powered rounds (power level is 1 to 5 i believe) so you could buy the 1 inch pins:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ramset-1-in-Drive-Pins-with-Washers-100-Pack-00797/100559049#specifications
and then buy a lesser powered round:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ramset-0-22-Caliber-Green-Single-Shot-Powder-Loads-100-per-Pack-00601/100207067
I think you'll be able to use this tool for your application, the trick is finding the right round. I suspect that the 1 inch pin that I pasted the URL to above will work for you, and the #3 round may work well too, but it's difficult to estimate how MUCH power you will need to drive through the concrete without completely punching through the tack strip. I used the #4 powered rounds to drive a 2.5" nail through 2x4s into concrete slab, and that worked well, if anything it wasn't enough at times and I had to whack the nail in manually after the powered round did most of the work. Read Less
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October 8, 2014
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yes.... provided you use the correct charge and pins. You cannot hope for success tho if you use little, frail "girlie" strips. They have to be robust enough to not split
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Philadelphia, PA, USA
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September 4, 2014
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Well, yes, but you'd probably blow the strips apart with the nails. They do make tack strips with hardened nails, and there's always polyurethane glue like liquid nails. The trade uses epoxy adhesives that set up in 10-20 minutes to allow stretching quickly.
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July 29, 2014
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I don't think so because the size of the nails will destroy the metal tack strip and diameter of the nail might be to big and not fit in the metal track.
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June 24, 2014
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No it will split it
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No it will split your tack strip!
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Can I use this to fasten 2x4's, or is it too powerful?

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September 8, 2015
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Yes, as long as you choose the correct primer cap to shoot it in with.
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August 28, 2015
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I assume you mean to each other. No - NOT MADE FOR THAT. There are compressed air guns made for that purpose. If you asked this question, you are better using a hammer and nails. Power tools are dangerous.
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May 11, 2015
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I used it to fasten 2x4s to concrete - check out the video on my review
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November 6, 2014
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The Ramset Hammer Shot tool can be used to fasten 2 x 4's to concrete. Please see the tool manual for application tips.
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In the description it says it can fire up to 3" pins, but later it says up to 2 1/2" pins. Can it do 3" or not?

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June 8, 2016
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The maximum fastener length for the Hammer Shot is 2-1/2 in. The statement that says it can fire up to 3 in. pins is incorrect. Thank you for bringing this error to our attention. We will correct it as soon as possible.
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It can do 3", it all depends on what you are nailing into. Is it a 2X4? What hardness of concrete? Just make sure you get the right primer cartridge for your need. If you do it right, into the correct type of material, it works just fine.
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Can I use this tool to fasten into hard rock?

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Thank you for your question. The answer posted by a community member is correct. The Ramset HammerShot Powder Actuated Tool should not be used to fasten into rock. Rock is too hard and brittle and can shatter, causing sharp fragments and the fastener to fly freely. For help with choosing a suitable tool and fasteners for rock fastening, please contact CCNA tech support at 800-848-5611 from 8:30 - 5:00 CT Read More
Thank you for your question. The answer posted by a community member is correct. The Ramset HammerShot Powder Actuated Tool should not be used to fasten into rock. Rock is too hard and brittle and can shatter, causing sharp fragments and the fastener to fly freely. For help with choosing a suitable tool and fasteners for rock fastening, please contact CCNA tech support at 800-848-5611 from 8:30 - 5:00 CT Monday - Friday. Read Less
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April 1, 2016
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No, you should never fire into very hard or brittle materials such as cast iron, tile, glass or rock. These materials can shatter, causing sharp fragments and/or the fastener to fly freely.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 61 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worked for 35 times Worked for less than 40 times then it jammed. Had to remove a screw to loosen bbl to remove shell. Next shot bbl jammed again and it is now inoperable. Quick look at website and it would cost more to repair than to buy another new one. I will say that it did do the job when it worked,BUT. BOUGHT IT 2-3 yrs ago so it is out of warranty. June 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap but it works Only had to ramset a couple boards where cement screws wouldnt bite. Basic but goes kaboom every time. As long as you dont baby tap the pin June 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked at expected The tool worked fine It does what it is supposed to do. Easy to load not quite like my old one 60+ year old but good. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Couldn't be happer For $25 this unit can't be beat! I am using it for a basement project and has worked great (so far)....have done a couple dozen hits. I used the recomendatiosn from other reviews of not hitting it too hard or too soft. I tap it a couple times to get the spot then hit a little harder until it goes off. Yes, there are times you need to use two shells to set the nail in more - but for $25 I am not complaining. Friend that has used a different kind in the past was also impressed. Side note: you may want to wear ear protection - it is louder than I thought it would be. Very happy I bought it. February 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect balance Just what I needed and and the right price. I'm pretty sure I have 3 of these now but I couldn't find the other two and didn't want to delay my project. For the cost of these it was worth possibly having a third! Well built and nicely designed. Not a single problem with it, just as expected. I'll try to remember where I store this one so I don't have to buy a fourth! February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what we needed *I attached a short clip of the tool in action I purchased this tool because my Brother needed help framing up his basement and I knew from MY experience that nailing/screwing into concrete is no fun so I suggested that we give this tool a try since it was so affordable. I bought this tool, a pack of 100 rounds and 25 2.5" nails. All in all it was about $35 to get started which is great. We bought the tool with the intention of nailing through treated 2x4s into the poured concrete slab in the basement as well as the cinder block walls at times and for those purposes it was perfect. You pull the barrel out just like a bolt action rifle, load a round, then gently and slowly close the chamber (i learned that if you try to do this quickly the round will pop out and kind of get lodged in the barrel funny and you'll have a misfire..). The best way to load it gently is what I called "seppuku" style (google image search that). Keep the butt in your sternum and at a slight angle, pull the barrel in towards the chest to close. It's simple to use, you just load the round, put the nail in the tip, put on goggles and earplugs of course, and then place the tip on the surface that you intend to fasten, make sure the tip of the tool is flush with the surface of what you're fastening, then with your free hand using a hammer, you give it a good whack right on the button. Moderate force is best, too light and the nail wont drive all the way, too much and it'll punch through too much. In my experience I found that too MUCH was better than too little because, although sometimes you can drive the nail the rest of thew way, sometimes you can't, and even when the nail is a little too deep, it's definitely fastened well.. The ONLY reason I didn't give this 5 of 5 is because of the trouble I had with brick. We bent 3 nails while attempting to nail into brick so that was a bit frustrating, so we ended up aiming for the mortar lines and it worked well there and it felt snug. Summary: This tool is an amazing value, and the concept is so simple and effective. It just uses the combustion energy from the .22 round and drives the nail using that explosive force. It's ellegant in it's simplicity. Buy this tool if you have a small job and you need to nail into concrete. If it's a bigger basement or something, I would consider going with the trigger version of this although I don't have experience with it, I would definitely trust it based on this lower end version. Cheers May 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great inexpensive option I bought this ramset gun to replace a much more expensive one that I had bought some time ago when I was finishing a basement. The old one had been stolen and I needed one for a small job. This model was only about $25 and will work great for the number of times I am likely to need a ramset gun. December 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good tool Purchased this after returning the Dewalt to the other Big store. This tool worked perfectly. Very satisfied.. December 30, 2015
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