Using Ramset Hammershot to install Bottom Plates for basement wall

Time for some fun, this is exciting, I'll be using the Ramset Hammershot to install the bottom plates for my basement walls.

Was really surprised, the ramset wasn't as loud as I thought it would be. The .22 shells are really quiet, didn't feel the need to put ear protection on. Nails were easy to load, shells were simple to load, tool was extremely easy to use and did a fantastic job of getting the nails into the cement.

Had a couple problems nails, but I believe those were user error, as it only seemed to happen, when the board wasn't firmly held against the floor.

Looking forward to finding another project to get the opportunity to use this tool again!!!!

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