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TriggerShot 0.22 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
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Product Overview

The Ramset TriggerShot 0.22 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. to 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 2x4 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. to 3 in. fasteners (not included)
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Size Fastener Fired
3
Minimum size fastener fired (in.)
.5
Product Depth (in.)
2.5 in
Product Height (in.)
6.25 in
Product Width (in.)
16.5 in

Details

Actuated Tool Type
Tool
Color Family
Black
Kit
No
Load Caliber
0.22
Power Tool Features
Cushioned Grip
Product Weight (lb.)
3.7
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Type of Actuation
Trigger

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 day warranty

Questions & Answers

23Questions16Answers

can this Ramset be used to fasten wood to steel?

Asked by Sharky May 11, 2021
1
Answer

Not sure, but it does fasten wood to concrete. I have my doubts,why not contact Ramsey mfgr

CAN THE RAMSET .22TRIGGER SHOT BE USED UNDER WATER ?

Asked by BOBBY February 27, 2021
1
Answer

No, the barrel of the gun would rust and cause a misfire resulting in the nail to lodging in the barrel. The barrel of the gun will explode causing injury.

use on cinderblock?

Asked by Bob October 9, 2020
1
Answer

That would depend on how thick the material is your attaching And might require experimenting 1st. I would use cut nails to be safer.

Using this to mount 1x2 furring strips to a poured concrete wall about 15 years old in my basemen...

Asked by Rico October 8, 2020
1
Answer

Yes you should try a shorter nail. You only want about an inch of the nail in the concrete. Also, you need to really put all your weight into it so it doesn’t nick when you fire the load. You can also hit the nail again with another, weaker load.

Will this work for attaching foam board to concrete block foundation/crawlspace walls?

Asked by Deni August 15, 2020
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Answers

I seriously doubt it as all of the loads would penetrate the foam and do little to nothing to secure to the wall. You would be better to glue The foam and hold with concrete nails temporarily. The only way that might work would be to use the lightest loads and shoot 6" square 1/4" plywood squares on the surface at intervals.

Can I use it to install ledger board?

Asked by DEA June 25, 2020
1
Answer

Why not use nails or deck screws ? Using Ramset will leave the heads exposed and possibly split the ledger.

Can you use this to install an all aluminum door threshold into a concrete floor instead of drilling?

Asked by john June 23, 2020
4
Answers

No this is a very powerful gun, it will damage the threshold. Mike

Will this fire into rock?

Asked by Homeowner February 27, 2020
3
Answers

I have used the #4 (yellow) loads and the nails easily penetrate concrete so I would Imagine you should be able to penetrate rock as well but you may need to up the load To the #5 for better penetration if the 4s are a little weak. Another option would be of Course to hammer drill the rock and and drop in an expansion anchor bolt .

Will it shoot a higher Caliber powder like 0.27 ?

Asked by Catfish30643 November 8, 2019
1
Answer

Why, just use the yellow charges they sell that worked perfectly mounting 2x4's on concrete floors.

Can use this product over head to attach u track to a steel Ibeam?

Asked by pabloluca November 7, 2019
1
Answer

No, not powerful enough to go into steel

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 153 reviews
  • 85% recommend this product
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by HomeDepotCustomer
This thing worked great for fastening the knee wall to cement for my basement finishing project.
This thing worked great for fastening the knee wall to cement for my basement finishing project.
by Snowman
1 person found this helpful
Love this tool! It’s very easy to use and gets the job done every time! The single shot reload is...
Love this tool! It’s very easy to use and gets the job done every time! The single shot reload is quick and easy! If you really don’t know how to use one they even have a quick training course and certification class on there website @ ramset.com so don’t be afraid to purchase this tool or any other model. If you don’t know which model to get you can always watch the really quick videos and see which one is best for your application rite in the store before purchasing.
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
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.
by Valerie
7 people found this helpful
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.
by CBrown
10 people found this helpful
50/50 chance it will do sill plate in old home
The actual tool is built quite well. Its design was OK as far as holding it and being able to place it where you needed to. The problem is it will not sink 3" nails with the yellow load into old cured concrete. As another guy (Dave) stated in a review here I had the exact same result. No penetration, about 1/8" deep blow out spot on the slab. This was going through a soft pine 2x4. Really disappointing to have spent this kind of money to put down a single 11ft sill plate and got absolutely zero results. I am sure on lighter jobs or green concrete it would be nice to have. On the same thought who needs a tool like this for something a good hammer can do. I needed something for a do it yourself one time job that a hammer just wasnt enough.
by Steve
10 people found this helpful
Met and exceeded my expectations!!! Great tool should have got...
Met and exceeded my expectations!!! Great tool should have got one years ago
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Just what I wanted for the job I was doing
by Jack
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