Model # 00022

Internet #100091715

Store SKU #107708

Ramset HammerShot 0.22 Caliber Single Shot Tool
0092097000223

Ramset

HammerShot 0.22 Caliber Single Shot Tool

  • Easy to use: Fewer misses with large striking surface
  • Greater operator comfort: Impact resistant handle
  • Versatile: Use for various applications with 3" capacity
$ 25 98 /each
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Product Overview

  • Easy to use: Fewer misses with large striking surface
  • Greater operator comfort: Impact resistant handle
  • Versatile: Use for various applications with 3" capacity
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
  • Requires Powder Actuated Tool Licensing – Click Here To Apply

Product Overview

  • Easy to use: Fewer misses with large striking surface
  • Greater operator comfort: Impact resistant handle
  • Versatile: Use for various applications with 3" capacity
Model #: 00022
Sku #: 107708
Internet #: 100091715

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
  • Requires Powder Actuated Tool Licensing – Click Here To Apply

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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
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

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
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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

Asked by: BIGDOG1
How thick is the tack strip? It works great with 2 x 4s. And it might work well with thinner strips if you use a lower power shot. Ramset sells shots of several different strengths. I used #4 for 2x4s into concrete and it was plenty.
Answered by: Noname
Date published: 2018-03-01

Can I use this to fasten 2x4's, or is it too powerful?

Asked by: Jimthedoorman
Works great for that.
Answered by: cnsrtv1
Date published: 2018-02-28

Can this tool be used to support 2x4 to cinder block basement wall or will it shatter the block?

Asked by: Matt
not to sure. I used it to support into basement floor.
Answered by: reynoldsmx220
Date published: 2018-03-03

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?

Asked by: Jb
We used 3" nails with it and the corresponding "bullets" that say they can drive the 3" nails. It drove the nails into new concrete very well, but old concrete was too hard for it and just bent the nail.
Answered by: Heather
Date published: 2018-04-26
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Customer Reviews

HammerShot 0.22 Caliber Single Shot Tool is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 197.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best bang for your buck (no pun intended) I readly admit I was lazy and was not about to predrill into cement and them screw in tapcons. There had to be another way and this is it. I'm glad I did some home work and found this. Its hard to believe the quality you get for the price. I just finished using it to put furring strips up in my basement. One wall took about 1 1/2 hours (not counting adhesive preping) you should do that first so you don't have to hold the strips or else its a 2 person job.. Once you find the sweet spot with the hammer things will go quickly. I think my arm will be a bit soar tomorrow but Im not complaining. the alternative would have been worst.
Date published: 2013-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Put down the hammer drill and go to Home Depot! I started trying to anchor a stud wall into concrete with a hammer drill and a masonry bit with some anchor screws. Had a fit with it, went and got this tool and the 3" washer head nails, and let me tell you--worth every dime! The total time it took me to put in about a dozen or so anchors was about 6 minutes. It could not be easier. I did have to finish a couple of them with a regular hammer, as they stayed raised about 1/4" above the wood, but that was absolutely no problem. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2012-09-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from While I have seen many contractors on youtube use this tool successfully, in my particular scenar... While I have seen many contractors on youtube use this tool successfully, in my particular scenario the nails just bent with zero penetration over and over. I wish I had not purchased this, I have since switched to tap con screws. I used the 2-1/2" nails with the second to most powerful cartridge, yellow I believe. Clearly some concrete is too hard for applications using this tool. Unfortunate expense, so sharing so that others may be cautious and forewarned. Ramset website offers some troubleshooting, but I chose not to spend any more money, I think my floor is too old and hard. I dunno, just cutting my losses on this.
Date published: 2018-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HD22 great for household use The 21$ for this Ramset is a DEAL! If you are just doing small jobs or work on your own home this is the tool for you. I used this too to drive 3" washer head nails thru 2x4 pressure treated into concrete. #4 charge The package says only 2.5" ... but 3" works great! Oh the Ramset website it says the 3" washer head nails fit this nailer ... go figure. I then used 2.5" for 2x2 furring strips into the walls. This needed some skill as the 2x2's were free to move around. You do need a hand for the tool and a hand for the hammer. And an elbow for the 2x2 ... or a buddys hand to hold the wood. But if its just a basement room or what ever this is no problem. You could always tape or use liquid nails to hold the wood too. This tool is not going to wear out quickly. Do not worry about the 90 day warranty. The design is so simple and durable it should last for years. The steel is not going to wear out easily. The plastic handle is hard durable plastic and should last a long time. By the way the more expensive guns are plastic too. For 21$ you will spend about the same in fasteners and nails for the first 100 nails you set. You cant get much more economical than that.
Date published: 2010-03-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from With relatively little to do, I purchased the next to cheapest model to do the job. The direction... With relatively little to do, I purchased the next to cheapest model to do the job. The directions were easy enough to follow and the device seemed usable and well built. My only hesitance for full recommendation was that 3 of the first 5 shots did not "fire". There was no jam, no explosion, no side discharge, the charge simply squashed flat without shooting the nail. Fortunately, I did not need to use the package of 25. Ultimately, when I need to use the rest of the package, I will not have sufficient charges and thus begins the game of buying more charges only to be short on nails forever.
Date published: 2016-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from worth ever penny Finishing my basement in one room used the blue tapcon screws Which I've used for years Decided to buy this To do the remainder of the basement Wish I had this a long time ago will Save you a lot of time and aggravation. This is the best way to fasten anything into concrete
Date published: 2013-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Far Better Than Renting The Hilti I had rented the Hilti from Home Depot on two prior occasions and really didn't have any problems with it. When I attempted to rent it this last time, I didn't have enough on my credit card to cover the rental and the deposit, so the young man working the rental desk suggested I just buy one of these for $25.00 or so. After using it, I believe it is actually superior to the Hilti. The Ramset comes with three different load options. The Hilti only one. All of the nails drove perfectly and to their full depth with no issues whatsoever.
Date published: 2015-09-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Don't hit it too hard! I bought this hammer shot to nail wall sole plates to the concrete floor. Problem 1 is that the nails don't always sink. problem 2 was that I had to replace the hammer shot twice because the shell got jammed in the chamber and I could not see any way to get it out. I think both problems arise from how hard you hit the trigger to fire the shell; too soft and you don't get the nail all the way in; too hard and the shell can get jammed in the chamber making it useless. I am going to try the trigger operated tool since two strikes is enough for this model; I may have to look at a different brand if I have another failure.
Date published: 2015-09-07
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