NEW! 30oz B-Line Manual Mortar and Grout Gun w/ 12:1 Drive

4/5 | 1 Review



Weight 4.8 lbs
Dimensions 19 × 8.5 × 3.5 in

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30 oz

Carriage Type

Country of Origin






Nozzle Type


Pressure (PSI)


Thrust (lbf)

Special Applications

Grouting, Mortar

  • B-Line 30oz/Quart capacity Mortar Gun with smooth and efficient 12:1 ratio drive
  • For no-mess brick & stone pointing
  • Quickly load and dispense Mortar or Grout efficiently
  • Material is troweled or poured into reusable tube for dispensing
  • Convenient rotating swivel carriage for pointing around corners
  • Easily disassembles for cleaning and storage
  • Adjustable plunger for no leak dispensing
  • The legendary double gripping plates and steel trigger means increased durability.
  • Full size handle for comfortable, efficient dispensing
  • Kit includes 1126-6 Loading Barrel, one 1126-1 Mortar nozzle, one 1126-2 Grout nozzle and a Mixer

NOTE: The finer the aggregate in the mortar or grout, the easier it will be to dispense. Coarse aggregates may not dispense at all. Polymer (latex or “milk”) modified grouts and mortars will dispense much more smoothly and consistently than straight sand / cement / lime mixtures. When using a cement-based mortar or grout you may need to modify your mix slightly for dispensing by gun. A wetter mix flows better, but too wet and you can get separation of the water and aggregate inside the barrel. Users have reported similar benefits from the addition of liquid dish soap to the mix.


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  1. Phred

    This grout gun works great!


    This gun is well made and provides ample pressure to smoothly control the flow of grout. My application is for horizontal floor grout between handmade variable porosity terra cotta tiles that are rather difficult to clean contrasting grout color from, so the standard flood and squeegee trowel technique leaves a horrendous cleanup job. This works great to fill the joints with just enough extra to compress in neatly leaving minimal surface mess. Even though I have variable 3/8″ to 3/4″ joint width due to tile irregularities, I found the narrow nozzle, cut to about 1/4″ opening, best to deposit grout at the bottom of the joint in a quick first pass then carefully fill it on pass two. Using the quick set polymer grout, I mix one tube at a time and clean between tubes. I found that a standard mouth canning jar funnel just fits and makes loading the tube very easy. I can see that if you tried to use this with a stiff pointing mix for vertical brick or irregular stone for example the mortar would be (should be ?!) too stiff for this applicator, but for horizontal grout or narrow vertical joints it works as promised. Wondering about how long the nozzles would last and availability of replacements, I see they are readily available at low cost from Albion if not on Amazon. But the first set are still going strong. Constructive suggestions: I suspect most people have a better mixer than the one that came with this – I do – I suggest Albion delete the mixer and replace it with the right funnel, and, as the tip is very hard to remove from the barrel after a single use I suggest selling with a barrel for each tip. Highly recommended.

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