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Ramset .22 Caliber ?

I've just walked by Home depot today and I saw these things that looked a lot like ammo, I took a look at it, it said "Ramset .22 Cal, Keep away from childreen, heat ,shock,etc,etc,etc, somthing about powder tools. Apppearantly it was for a nailer. So I just just had a question, how do you use it, and can it be used in firearms (such as a zip gun) that accepts .22 caliber cartriges?

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Goodhart9 years ago
The old nail gun I have uses those rounds, but one has to whack it with a rather hefty hammer while holding the nail "gun". It is fairly unwieldy and I assume they make them better now. I welded an arm on the side of mine so I could whack it, and if I missed I didn't break my arm (experience talking).
IlluminatedAntichrist (author)  Goodhart9 years ago
You mean the one like this?

http://youtube.com/watch?v=hXHVtQgtnao
Yep, maybe a bit bigger, but that is the idea. Mine was Soooo loud it deafened the person using it.
I used one with a trigger. Much better than using a hammer.
That would have to be more accurate and easier to use I am sure. Mine however was on sale *blush*
I made the same mistake. I thought that I saved a few bucks with the one that you strike with a hammer. Let that be a lesson to all of us! We get what we pay for.
I got it when I was about 17 or so, and have used it like twice. So for me, savings were helpful. I definitely learned NOT to have a partner help hold the hammer while striking it (I did not hit her, but when that .22 went off in her ear.....well I am certain you know that she refused to help me with any more projects *sigh*
ironLes44 years ago
you CANT RELOAD a .22 rim fired shell casing
does anyone know where i can get a job lot of deactived rimmed .303 rounds?
you mean w/o gun powder, or just the shells? Cause you can get the shells at a gunshow or almost any other place that sells guns.
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