No one sells caulking guns that look like real guns. I'd like a
caulking gun that looks like an AK-47? And I want it to sound like gun
shots when I pull the trigger. Is that too much to ask?
Caulking is boring, at least this way it could be fun. (Especially when
the neighbors call the police).
On Thursday, May 16, 2013 6:06:06 AM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Buy an AK-47. Pull the lead bullets out of your cartridges and replace with
balls of caulk. If barrel doesn't get clogged with the caulk and blow up,
that should solve your problem. Maybe you should put the caulk into plastic
bullets so that it will clear the barrel but shatter on impact, applying t
he caulk where it hits.
Most caulking guns sold in hardware stores and home centers are cheap
products made in China. I guess you can't make a purchase you'll
seriouslyh regret by buying a $3 caulking gun, but if anyone is looking
for quality, Cox is pretty well the Cadillac of caulking guns.
'Products |COX North America, Inc.'
Cox has it's headquarters in England and specializes in caulking guns.
They make manual guns (which is what I have) as well as both pneumatic
and cordless electric caulking guns.
You can buy individual replacement parts for Cox caulking guns, and I
guess that's part of the reason they're more expensive. It costs the
company money to keep an inventory of spare parts for every product they
Well, that's what I need.
Just last week I was carrying my Home Depot caulking gun when I held
up a local Burger King. The cashier gave me trouble so I smacked
her wtith the tube, but then the manager came out and started to spurt
ketchup at me. I took a position of defense, but my gun misfired and
no bullets came out. I was lucky to get away.
, that should solve your problem. Maybe you should put the caulk into plast
ic bullets so that it will clear the barrel but shatter on impact, applying
the caulk where it hits.
In New York, the magazine would be limited to seven tubes of caulk,
you would have to have a carpenter's license to buy one.....
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