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smooth rod caulk gun 10 oz

  • Features a squeeze grip application
  • Features an integrated seal punch
  • Features a spout cleaner for your convenience
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Product Overview

9 in. Smooth rod caulk gun. Easy to use with built in seal punch and spout cutter. Use with 10 oz. tubes.
  • Spout cutter
  • Seal punch
  • 10 oz.
  • Hand tool
  • 9 in.
  • Steel construction
  • 6:1 thrust ratio

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
12.2
Product Height (in.)
5.9
Product Width (in.)
2.17
Size (oz.)
10

Details

Features
Seal Puncture Tool
Hand Tool Type
Caulk Gun
Product Weight (lb.)
0.882
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

5Questions16Answers

Is this dripless?

Asked by Lce January 14, 2021
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Answers

Absolutely not. This is a bit misleading, anyway. There are caulk guns that claim to mitigate 'dripping' or caulk that exits the nozzle after you release the pressure on the trigger - but if you use cheap varieties of caulk - they will 'drip' no matter what gun you have them in. DAP is famous in my experience for having multiple products that 'drip' like crazy when applying.

what is the rod for

Asked by mauri December 30, 2020
3
Answers

All caulk guns like these have the same style of setup. The rod pushes against the seal in the bottom of the tube to move the caulk up and out of the nozzle. Sausage style caulk guns are a bit different and a lot more expensive. This type of caulk gun is of the 'beginner' variety and made for very basic caulking tasks.

is this suitable for fire caulk.

Asked by Approximatewolf February 28, 2020
3
Answers

No it was not

How to use, load and caulk with the HDX rod caulk gun

Asked by Jimmy October 17, 2018
3
Answers

It is easy to load the gun just make sure that the pin is all the way back insert the back part of the tube first then push the front part of the tube down as the tip enters the front part of the gun squeeze the trigger a couple of times & the gun is ready to use just cut off a small part of the tip

How to remove caulk tube from the gun?

Asked by DP March 18, 2018
5
Answers

there is a lever to release the grip on the tube. Then you remove the tube. There are utube videos to help.

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Great for basic needs. No need for anything fancier if...
Great for basic needs. No need for anything fancier if you are a DIY weekender
by TYLER
Worked great. Great Buy...
Worked great. Great Buy
by SuziQ
The amount of hand grip strength needed to use this...
The amount of hand grip strength needed to use this was at least Hulk amount!
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get what you pay for
this gun is SO bad HD should pay us to throw it away.
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