I imagine you could, however I think it would be a bad idea as it would clog up the tubing when the adhesive dried. There are much better tools available for this purpose. There are 2 air operated caulking guns available at Home Depot for 28 and 26 bucks and manual guns for as little as 4 bucks.
You probably need to re-prime it. There may be an air bubble in the grease cartridge.
Check your manual for warranty instructions. You might also try purging the air again as you may have developed an air bubble in the tube. Or try another tube of grease
Great grease gun. Especially in cold weather. Needs good mobile compressor.
Yes you can. I love this, it works great, I plan on buying another soon.
two day to deliver
14 oz.tube, bulk fill and one other type of fill
I'm Using a 1 HP, works Great at 100 psi air pressure !