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Ramset Powder Fastening Systems COBIII Cobra Tool Kit

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  • Semi-automatic tool for general construction and remodeling jobs
  • Ideal for attaching 2 by 4's, furring strips, and electrical boxes to concrete and steel
  • Padded handle absorbs recoil, .27 caliber
  • Fastens up to 3-inch drive pins with washer
  • One strip of loads drives ten pins
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Ramset Powder Fastening Systems COBIII Cobra Tool Kit + ITW BRANDS 00682 .27 Caliber Strip Load, Red, 100-Pack + Ramset Powder Fastening Systems 1524SDP 3-Inch Washered Pins, 100 Pack
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Product Description

Ramset, .27 Caliber, Cobra Semi-Automatic Fastener Tool.

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Ramset Powder Fastening Systems COBIII Cobra .27 Caliber Strip Tool with 2-1/2-inch Pin Capacity ( 3-inch with washer) is a semi-automatic tool for general construction and remodeling jobs, such as attaching 2 x 4's, furring strips, and electrical boxes to concrete and steel. It incorporates a padded recoil-absorbing handle for smooth operation and fastens up to 3 inch drive pins with washer. Ideal for professional remodeling projects, such as attaching wood to concrete or steel. One strip of loads drives ten pins, allowing greater efficiency and less reloads. The Cobra has all metal housing for durability. Specifications: Uses .27 caliber 10-shot strip loads 2 (Brown), 3 (Green), 4 (Yellow), 5 (Red), Weight: 4.5 pounds, Length: 13-1/4-inch, Muzzle Bushing O.D.: 9/16-inch, Maximum Pin Length: 2-1/2-inch (3-inch with washer).

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Technical Details
Part Number 06941
Item Weight8.8 pounds
Product Dimensions13 x 3.5 x 17 inches
Item model numberCOBIII
Power Sourcehydraulic-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
Warranty Description1 year
  
Additional Information
ASINB0009F5ZJ2
Best Sellers Rank #153,133 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S.B. on September 6, 2011
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I've been pretty impressed with this tool. I've driven about 200 nails into 70 year old concrete and have only had a few nails that didn't seat flush with the 2x4 I was attaching. However, with a little pounding with a hammer, the proud nails will seat. I would recommend trying out the different strength loads to see which one works best for your concrete. My concrete required the strongest load. Now that I have the Cobra, being able to fire nails into concrete is so much easier compared to my old method of drilling holes and using tapcons or similar products.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Razi A. Singh on January 13, 2012
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i bought this tool to drive the ceiling fasteners into concrete decking.....on the first day, i need to say no more this is now my best tool....i ran out of the ramset power loads but no problen the hilti loads works just as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gerald P Cestaro on February 10, 2013
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I have used this product model many times in the past with satisfactory results. However, the particular gun I received and subsequently used did not work correctly. The powder loads only advanced about 20% of the time, the re-cock action was not as easy as it should be even with added lubricant.
I had no choice but to continue use of the gun but remain unhappy with this particular gun's performance.
It seems to be a factory defect.

Thank you
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By Mark in Ohio on October 15, 2013
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The gun appears to be well made. The only problem I have experienced is the charge loads don't always feed as smoothly as they should. It's not a big problem, but you do have to fiddle with it sometimes. The other thing I noticed is the 27 caliber loads do not appear to produce any more force than the standard 22 caliber loads that are used in other, less expensive drivers. I have a Remington driver that you manually load one charge and one nail into and then hit the end with a hammer to drive the nail. I could not get it to fully penetrate a steel and concrete frame, so I figured I'd get the larger caliper gun to get the one inch nail to fully penetrate. It didn't work; the nail doesn't penetrate any deeper than it did with my Remington. I used the hottest loads (red) and the shortest nail (1") and still could not get full penetration.

The Ramset gun is faster than the Remington, since you only have to load the nail each shot. If you are going to be driving a lot of nails, it is probably worth the extra price. In addition, it is easier to use, since you only pull the trigger, versus having to hit the end with a hammer.
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By max on July 8, 2014
Who needs hilti? This thing works just as well for $90 was the deal i got on a used one on amazon. Cannot beat that price on this type of fastener. Cut nails are old school.
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