20oz B-Line Manual Sausage Gun w/ Highest-Thrust 26:1 Ratio Drive

5/5 | 1 Review


Drive: Manual
Thrust (lbf): 900
Capacity: 20oz


Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 20 × 9 × 3 in

Ships Next Business Day

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  • B-Line 20oz Sausage Gun with smooth and efficient, Highest Thrust 26:1 ratio drive.
  • Designed for thicker materials, narrow or long nozzle, and cold weather.
  • Full size handle for comfortable, efficient dispensing.
  • Double gripping plate technology for no slipping and long life.
  • Convenient rotating swivel barrel.
  • Durable sausage pistons prevent bag-wrap.
  • In addition to the gun, the kit includes:
    • (3) 873-2 narrow plastic nozzles – translucent
    • (3) 873-3 wide plastic cone nozzles – black
    • (2) 873-6 spare polyplastic sausage pistons – black
    • (1) 873-35 hytrel bulk piston – yellow
    • And Now with Steel Ladder Hook Pull 310-3 – NEW!
  • Will accept Albion metal nozzles (32-series) with the addition of a 966-2 adapter.
  • Dispenses 10oz, 13oz or 20oz sausage packs. Can be converted to dispense Bulk or 10oz / 12oz Cartridges with parts included.


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  1. Mad-Gunner

    Best Sausage Gun on the market!


    This gun works great with 10-ounce traditional caulk tubes and 20-ounce sausage tubes. I’ve had success using this gun to apply Prosoco R-Guard liquid flashing products, along with Huber Zip liquid flashing, and a wide variety of other sealants and adhesives. The 26:1 ratio provided by this gun makes quick, easy work of spreading thick materials out of the tube – you won’t struggle to squeeze the trigger. It comes in a triangle-shaped box that includes three large tips, three small tips, and belt/joint hook. Depending on the product you’re planning to work with, you may want to buy more tips. I bought a bag of the large Albion tips (available here on Amazon) to avoid having to clean tips at the end of each day (about $1.50 each, considered disposable consumables). The tips are generic and you should be able to mix-and-match different products, as the sizes of 20-ounce sausage guns are somewhat standard.


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