Fasten wood and metal framing to concrete, steel, or other hard backing materials using these powder-actuated nail guns. Similar to how a gun fires a bullet, these nail guns use a controlled explosion to drive specialized fasteners called pins. Since incorrect use of powder-actuated tools can result in serious injury or death, OSHA requires tool-specific training for all employees who use powder- or explosive-actuated tools.
These nail guns use powder loads to drive pins in high-power fastening jobs.
Single Shot — 0.22 Caliber
Semi-Automatic — 0.27 Caliber
Insert these powder loads into powder-actuated nail guns to propel fasteners using a controlled explosion. They are color-coded and numbered to indicate the power level of the load.
10-Shot Strip — 0.27 Caliber
Sometimes called pins, use these fasteners in your powder-actuated nail guns.