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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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Last Edited by widgit October 23, 2021 at 05:52 PM
OOS for shipping, so store pickup only now if in stock near you
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This is a junk tool searching for a problem. What's wrong with a regular caulk gun?
There's probably nothing wrong with a manual one. But, it's 2021 and I'm trying to automate anything I can. This gave me better "aim" and more patience because my hands/forearms weren't burning or cramping.
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Out of stock
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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.
No I can totally see how it could work. I can't keep an even bead. Lol
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This is a junk tool searching for a problem. What's wrong with a regular caulk gun?
This is a solid, quality tool with good features and great control. Used mine tonight in the rain to finish a job. These guns get used commercially all over the country by many types of tradesmen. You won't find pros calling this a junk tool, it's a standby.
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This is a junk tool searching for a problem. What's wrong with a regular caulk gun?
It is very useful when the need for long lines exists. In trades where copious amounts of adhesive, sealant, caulk, or whatever is used. Sealing large areas like a kitchen counter, sink, bathroom is much faster with this tool. A hammer will dead a nail, but palm nailer and hammer guns are great.
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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 here. I still need to take mine apart and clean. Any tips?
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Same here. I still need to take mine apart and clean. Any tips?
Well, it might be different situations, but since my mess wasn't a super strong adhesive, I let it cure or get solid for a few days after I took it apart. After that, it was basically using a few hand picks and tweezers here and there to remove everything.

Perhaps it's obvious, but I was lucky enough to noticed the mess before I pulled the handle/gunked teeth through the main body. Bc of that, I didn't have to do a full disassembly
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Wish I had ordered this yesterday when I saw it
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I didnt even know power caulking was a thing. should i be doing this?
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I didnt even know power caulking was a thing. should i be doing this?
Probably not if you didn't know about it. They've been around for a while so you probably would have noticed already if you did a lot of caulking.

If you only do it occasionally, you can just use a finishing tool to smooth the bead. Or hell, just moisten your finger.
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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.
Can you charge ridgid batteries with your ryobi adapter and charger?
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