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Iam in the middle of a design project of a caulking gun, rather than jamming what are other problems which are common about caulking guns in general? thanks

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  • QASuper May 11, 2010

    If you are looking for things that make caulking a problem, I suggest having the ability to immediately release pressure on the piston. That will reduce dripping.

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You can leave them down without releasing the pressure and discover when you return that you have a great big mess to clean up...i hope this helps

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