I've never seen a need for such a tool. Squeezing a caulking gun is not
difficult (unless your caulk is hard, which means it's old and should be
discarded). But I dont have have carpal tunnel. However, I dont think
I could get a good bead with an electric gun. With a hand operated one
I can control the flow by the amount of pressure applied.
Then comes the thought..... a battery operated unit is gonna be heavy,
compared to a plain gun. That would be hard on the wrists too.
Of course this is just an opinion, because I have never tried an
electric gun. My plain old caulking gun is fine with me.
On Mon, 24 Dec 2012 07:00:17 -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
One of the dumbest posts I've ever seen here.
We bought a pneumatic gun from McMaster Carr when we had a lot of
silicone to apply. Worked well and it was easy to apply an even bead.
Homeowner not only thinks powered gun are not needed, he also wants to
do away with crutches for people with broken legs. He finds it easy to
walk without one, so one little broken bone should not matter.
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