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Not sure, but it does fasten wood to concrete. I have my doubts,why not contact Ramsey mfgr
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.
That would depend on how thick the material is your attaching And might require experimenting 1st. I would use cut nails to be safer.
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.
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.
Why not use nails or deck screws ? Using Ramset will leave the heads exposed and possibly split the ledger.
No this is a very powerful gun, it will damage the threshold. Mike
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 .
Why, just use the yellow charges they sell that worked perfectly mounting 2x4's on concrete floors.
No, not powerful enough to go into steel