Model # 40066

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Ramset TriggerShot 0.22 lb. Caliber Powder Actuated Tool
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Ramset

TriggerShot 0.22 lb. Caliber Powder Actuated Tool

  • Oversized padded palm grip for recoil absorption
  • No hammer needed: Simply pull trigger for easy actuation
  • Versatile: Use for various applications with 3" capacity
$4998 /each
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Product Overview

The Ramset TriggerShot 0.22 lb. Caliber Powder Actuated Tool is great for completing small do-it-yourself projects. Use for instant fastening into concrete, masonry, or steel. This handy tool works with 1/2 in. - 3 in. fasteners (not included) and has a single-shot trigger that's easy to use.

  • Ideal for small do-it-yourself projects
  • Use for instant fastening into concrete, masonry or steel
  • Single-shot trigger is easy to use
  • Common applications include 2 x 4 framing, electrical boxes, drywall track, furring strips and plywood sub-flooring
  • Cushioned grip for comfort
  • For use with 0.22 caliber powder loads and Ramset fasteners (not included)
  • Hammer-free tool requires 1/2 in. - 3 in. fasteners (not included)
  • Requires Powder Actuated Tool Licensing – Click Here To Apply

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Customer Questions & Answers

CAN I FASTEN FUR STRIPPINGS TO A BLOCK CONCETE WITH THIS TOOL

Asked by: SCOTCHMAN
Yes, I have done quite a bit of furring strips to concrete block with good results.
Answered by: Justanotherguy
Date published: 2017-07-11

will this product all me to set floor plate into concrete

can you set the floor plate into concrete
Asked by: Morris
depends on the PSI rating of the concrete. this model with green loads barley penetrated into a 5000 psi slab. I would recommend to use the .25 model or larger.
Answered by: JacobD
Date published: 2016-11-14

Do I need a air compressor for this nail gun

Asked by: Terry
The TriggerShot only requires the tool, pins and loads. No compressor is necessary.
Answered by: Paslode
Date published: 2017-07-17

Can I use this to install handrails on outdoor concrete stairs?

Asked by: JannuTheDIYer
No, handrails need to be anchored with screws, not nails.
Answered by: Justanotherguy
Date published: 2017-07-11
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Customer Reviews

TriggerShot 0.22 lb. Caliber Powder Actuated Tool is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 30.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from worked perfectly. Had the job done a lot faster with a lot less effort. Removed a roll up garag... worked perfectly. Had the job done a lot faster with a lot less effort. Removed a roll up garage door in a basement with all 4 walls being concrete and installed french doors. We needed to frame the hole with 2x4's into the concrete. this little guy did the work of many strong men in a just a few minutes. extend barrel, load nail, load .22, aim, push down barrel, pull trigger....done! Next.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I bought this Ramset to replace an old one I had that broke. It does what it is supposed to howev... I bought this Ramset to replace an old one I had that broke. It does what it is supposed to however, the top has virtually no padding. My old one had plenty of padding. This new one gets uncomfortable to use quick.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from No assembly needed, and very user friendly ... No assembly needed, and very user friendly
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a great tool. Does what it says. I... This is a great tool. Does what it says. I did need to use 2 yellow cartiridges in some nails but no big deal. Better than I expected.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from a good easy to use tool. would recommend.... a good easy to use tool. would recommend.
Date published: 2017-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does it's job. Safe. Multiple options. For home use, this version of the Ramset nail gun is perfect. It can use a variety of fasteners and is approved for single shot load strengths up to level 4. I used the gun to attach industrial steel shelving to my concrete foundation. I got the best results after two hits with yellow loads (it says not to use the red or purple in this particular gun) in order to get the nail fully seated. The gun has decent kickback with the yellow load but since you pull a trigger instead of hitting it with a hammer, you can keep it aligned and steady using both hands. It makes a decent sound but not as much as a gun shot. I still used hearing protection.
Date published: 2014-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Ramset did it's job I used this to nail some pressure treated 2x4 to the concrete floor in our garage to serve as a bottom plate for a new wall. I figured out within a couple of nails you needed to hold the tool a certain way to avoid the combustion gases and also that I needed to really put my shoulder into it to to get the nails to set really well. I used the yellow .22 charges as I was nailing into hard concrete.
Date published: 2012-03-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hard on the wrist that sits on top of the tool I chose this Trigger Shot vs Ramset's cheaper model that you strike with a hammer, because I was finishing my basement, using 2X2 and styrofoam panels fastened to the concrete walls (instead of the standard 2X4 walls). Since this would take several hundred fastners, I thought the trigger shot would be quicker, and since I was only going to use this for one project did not want to spend more on one of the pistol grip styles. The Trigger shot works, but recoil is very hard on the wrist that sits on top of the tool. I was using the highest power load (yellow) with 2-1/2" fastners, and after several firings my top wrist (not on the trigger hand) was noticeably sore. Unless you have very stout arms and wrists, I would not recommend this tool if you are planning on firing more than 10 - 20 fastners on a project using the yellow loads. I believe this tool is probably better suited for projects using lower power loads and shorter fastners.
Date published: 2012-02-28
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