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RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt Power Caulk and Adhesive Gun (Factory Blemished) EXPIRED

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Direct Tools Outlet has RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt Power Caulk and Adhesive Gun (Factory Blemished, P310G) for $29.99. Shipping is free when you apply promo code FREESHIP in cart.

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Includes:
  • P310G Caulk Gun
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty
Features:
  • Over 500 lbs. of push force to handle higher viscosity materials allow user to caulk with ease
  • Variable speed selector lets user adjust the discharge rate to control the bead of caulk
  • Switch lock helps prevent accidental start-up
  • Center balanced handle for increased user comfort
  • 200+ tubes of caulk per charged battery
  • All metal manual plunger rods with hook end allows user to quickly change out tubes
  • Durable gears and carriage frame help insure tool longevity
  • On-board puncture tool to break tube seal if needed
  • GRIPZONE overmold for optimum grip and user comfort
  • Battery and charger sold separately

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Direct Tools Factory Outlet has the Ryobi ONE+ 18V Caulk & Adhesive Gun (Model # P310G) for $30 (Tool Only, Factory Blemished)

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...un/p/P310G

Free Shipping with code FREESHIP. QA Note: OOS for shipping, so store pickup only now if in stock near you

This is currently $50 on HomeDepot [homedepot.com], but can be had for $40 when on sale. If you need it now, then $30 with free shipping is a good price.
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Bought this at full price and don't regret it. Had an oopsie my first time and made a huge mess with caulking getting all over the tool and the teeth. Pretty straight forward disassembly to clean up and put back together… At this price, it's well worth it.
A consistent, even bead every time was the advantage for me. You can go ahead and say that the regular caulk gun works fine for you, but everybody has their skills and failings.
You use a manual caulk gun on adhesives or thicker sealants all day and enjoy the wrist and arm pain. If I'm laying a single bead or just using regular silicone caulk sure, I'll use a manual gun. But you pull out a whole case of Loctite PL? Yeah, you'll want this.
I don't have the ryobi one but I do have the dewalt version. Both in 10oz and 28oz versions and they're one of my favorite tools. Easy to use, consistent, and keeps a lot of pain and aches away.

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Bought this at full price and don't regret it. Had an oopsie my first time and made a huge mess with caulking getting all over the tool and the teeth. Pretty straight forward disassembly to clean up and put back together… At this price, it's well worth it.
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Wonder if any real difference between the ridgid and ryobi one. Aside from the current price

I have all ridgid batteries but have a ryobi adapter for when I feel like using ryobi tools.
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This might be the lowest price for a factory blemished unit. I bought one from Home Depot last June for about $1 more. If you plan to do a lot of caulking I'd recommend using it with a 1.5ah battery. My arms got a little tired after several door trims using a 3ah battery.
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Bought this at full price and don't regret it. Had an oopsie my first time and made a huge mess with caulking getting all over the tool and the teeth. Pretty straight forward disassembly to clean up and put back together… At this price, it's well worth it.
same Ive used it a million times, dont regret it at all. except I popped a caulk once, I didnt have the punctured hole big enough and went to fast, it poooped everywhere. whatever, still works
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So what's the advantage compared to a regular caulk gun? Is it so you don't have to press hard?
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Wonder if any real difference between the ridgid and ryobi one. Aside from the current price

I have all ridgid batteries but have a ryobi adapter for when I feel like using ryobi tools.
The Ridgid one is about a pound lighter, which is nice when you're hitting a lot of locations, or operating one-handed/on a ladder. I'm not sure about the Ryobi one, but the tube holder is removable on the Ridgid unit, which allows it to rotate when you're doing a corner (just don't rotate it all the way off). The hook on the Ridgid one is actually pretty nice and I use it more than I thought, and it doesn't look like the Ryobi has it. All things being said, the price difference is a big hit, and if you only use it every once in a while the extra pound isn't going to kill you - go Ryobi.
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So what's the advantage compared to a regular caulk gun? Is it so you don't have to press hard?
It would have to be. Otherwise, yeah what is the points
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So what's the advantage compared to a regular caulk gun? Is it so you don't have to press hard?
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It would have to be. Otherwise, yeah what is the points
A consistent, even bead every time was the advantage for me. You can go ahead and say that the regular caulk gun works fine for you, but everybody has their skills and failings.
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This is a junk tool searching for a problem. What's wrong with a regular caulk gun?
You use a manual caulk gun on adhesives or thicker sealants all day and enjoy the wrist and arm pain. If I'm laying a single bead or just using regular silicone caulk sure, I'll use a manual gun. But you pull out a whole case of Loctite PL? Yeah, you'll want this.
I don't have the ryobi one but I do have the dewalt version. Both in 10oz and 28oz versions and they're one of my favorite tools. Easy to use, consistent, and keeps a lot of pain and aches away.
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Walking along running a smooth seemless bead along white silicone that connects deck to the back patio was worth it alone.

Windows, doors, bathroom cracks, trim, etc. All locations with visible caulk is the reason to use an electric one.

100% of people asking why or saying "what's the point" have never used them. Why use a paint gun on a car when a roller would work? Finished product and ease of production.
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