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MasterShot 0.22 Caliber Powder Actuated Tool

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  • Silencer reduces noise by 30% for better work environment
  • Auto cartridge ejection system increases jobsite productivity
  • Rubber cushion on grip means greater user comfort
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Product Details

The Ramset MasterShot 0.22 Caliber Powder-Actuated Tool makes attachments to concrete and steel quietly. Its silencing feature and a cushioned, ergonomic grip offer user comfort. Ergonomic handle for increased comfort. Can fasten up to 3 in. drive pins with washer.
  • For light and medium-duty applications in concrete and steel
  • Ideal for attaching 2x4s, furring strips and electrical boxes
  • Silencing feature
  • Cushioned speed-eject grip
  • Auto cartridge injection system
  • Rubber cushion on grip
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Questions & Answers

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Q:What size shot do I need to drive a 3 1/2 nails into new concrete to a 2x4 the nails have blue rubber
by|Dec 13, 2022
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A:  Hi Brian, the maximum pin length for the Ramset MasterShot tool is 3". Please only use genuine Ramset Pins with this tool.

by|Dec 16, 2022
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    Q:Is this model single shot or semi automatic
    by|Jul 17, 2022
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    A:  It's a single shot. If it was semi, Brandon would surely have it on a special list.

    by|Jan 7, 2023
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      A:  This is a single shot model. 

      by|Jul 22, 2022

        A:  Single

        by|Jul 21, 2022

          A:  Single shot

          by|Aug 3, 2022
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            Q:Will this work with Level 5 powder shot?
            by|May 16, 2022
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            A:  22 caliber up to lever 4, 25 caliber up to lever 5, 27 caliber up to lever 6 in power.

            by|Jan 9, 2023

              A:  I would think so, I used level 4 shot and it performed perfectly but could have used a bit more power for driving the 3 inch anchors. So I believe the level 5 would have been a perfect power match.

              by|May 23, 2022
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                Q:looking for a dewalt concrete nailer
                by|Mar 3, 2022
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                A:  I don't know if Dewalt makes one, I have used Ramset since the mid 1970's and Hilti a few times, I always though the Ramset's worked the best, hope this helps you.

                by|Jun 19, 2022
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                  A:  This concrete nailer has been good for me. I would recommend this one. 

                  by|Jun 19, 2022
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                    Customer Reviews

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                    Great Gun Awesome Tool!
                    I purchased this gun and shot over 200 nails with it. It worked perfectly and didn't skip a beat. Only one misfire the whole time. It gets hot; the idea is to make sure you let it cool down, then clean and lube after use like you any other weapon.
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                      I had a 28 year old Remington that broke the piston during a load discharge during a project. So...
                      I had a 28 year old Remington that broke the piston during a load discharge during a project. So I needed a quick replacement. This was it. The silence function is good. However, the gun itself is unwieldy. I found it a bit difficult to align it and supply the sufficient pressure to allow it to discharge. My old gun had a hand grip at the end which allowed you to use your wrist, just one hand, to supply the pressure necessary to overcome the spring resistance. With this unit having a pistol grip offset, you cannot supply that pressure with one hand alone. You need to use your other hand on the butt of the gun to provide that pressure. If you are only doing occasional work with it, it will fit the bill. If you need to use it on a regular basis, I would recommend another model. So, my yes recommendation is a qualified yes.
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                      better than drilling and nailing
                      Easy to use, works great. Drives in 3 inch nails with yellow .22 cal. Leaves about a quarter inch out.
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                        22 special
                        A long time ago I purchased this Ramset 22cal nailer to do a number of repair jobs It's pistol design makes nailing easy. Just load the 22 blank and nail. Note always install nail first then the 22 blank for safety reasons and treat this like a real firearm same rules Recommend using oil to coat metal and moving parts I use coconut oil to lube the parts Good size and weight. hearing protection and eye ware is a must. Jobs Iv done one example repaired a steel fence By ramshot #3 and 1/1/2 inch nail to firmly secure the rods one of many applications I'v used it for
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                        the best tool to frame a basement to concrete...
                        the best tool to frame a basement to concrete
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                        Fires every time.. No BS.. Had a Dewalt and it...
                        Fires every time.. No BS.. Had a Dewalt and it was brand new and could not get it to fire but one time .. Took it back the next day.. I will always recommend a Ramset
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