Remington R300 Operations Instructions

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Read all instructions and warnings found in this manual
and on power load packaging before operating your
powder actuated tool. This manual should always ac-
company the tool and be transferred with it upon change
of ownership.
Model R300
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Page 1 - Instructions

POWDER ACTUATED TOOLMANUFACTURERS´ NSTITUTE INC.™OperatingInstructionsRead all instructions and warnings found in this manual and on power load p


10119586123456789101112122LEKCINBRASSCALIBERPOWERLOADSONLYNOTE: Failure to start with the lowest power level can result in overdrive condition and

Page 3 - Precautions

111195867. NEVER use common nails or other materials as fasten-ers. Remington® Power Fasteners are manufactured from special steel and heat treated t

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12119586WHY A POWER FASTENER HOLDS IN CONCRETEThe compression bond of the con-crete to the power fastener accounts for the majority of the holdin

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13119586FASTENING INTO CONCRETEThe proper power fastener length can be determined by adding the thickness of the material to be fastened

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141195862. Grasp muzzle and slide barrel forward rapidly until it stops. This sets piston into firing position and opens the chamber.4. Select the pro

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1511958690˚5. Push barrel into housing to the closed position.6. Place the muzzle of tool perpendicular to work surface without tilting the t

Page 8 - TOO THIN

16119586CARE OF YOUR R300Clean your R300 after each day’s use. Clean chamber with accessory wire brush, part number 056485 (Not included with tool). A

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17119586158171676932101811132201514419KeyNo. Part No. Description Qty.1 300001 Handle Screw 22 300110 Handle 13 300101 Safety Switch 14 3

Page 10 - Safety Precautions

181195863. To assemble, push piston (E) all the way into barrel (B) using a screwdriver (G). Slide the barrel assembly (B) into the rece

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19119586PROBLEMPiston hangs out of muzzle.Overdriven fas-tener.Piston jammed.Expended load will not extract.Reduction or loss of powerTool does n

Page 12 - Fastener Holds

2119586S FREMINGTON R300S FIndexWarning: Safety Precautions ... 3-11Why A Fastener Holds ...

Page 13 - Power Loads

20119586PROBLEMTool does not fire.Opening and closing of bar-rel or pushing down on the tool, etc. is not smooth but is rough or binds.POSSI

Page 14 - Operation

21119586IMPORTANT• Recommended for use with Remington® power loads and power fasteners.• If power fastener goes below the top surface of the board,

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22119586Technical ServiceYou may have further questions about assembling, operating, or maintaining this product. If so, you can visit our Technical S

Page 16

23119586Parts CentralsRay’s Portable Heater Service3191 Myers RoadCamino, CA 95709-9550530-644-7716Tool & Equipment Service Solutions, LLC5 Man

Page 17 - Parts List

24119586Limited WarrantyDESA Power Tools™ warrants the Remington® Model R300 against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year

Page 18 - Barrel Replacement

3119586 Warning: Safety PrecautionsThe following pages contain detailed warnings, cautions, and rules of safe operation. Read carefully and become f

Page 19 - Troubleshooting Guide

41195865. ALWAYS make sure the work area is clean from loose material and debris.1. NEVER place your hand over the muzzle. Accidental dis-c

Page 20 - Application Chart

51195864. NEVER carry or pass a loaded powder actuated tool. NEVER point a powder actuated tool at anyone.3. ALWAYS store UNLOADED powder

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61195867. An operator taking medi-cation should take extra precautions while handling the tool. NEVER drink al-coholic beverages or take

Page 22 - Repair Service

71195863. NEVER make fastenings in spalled or cracked areas.2. NEVER attempt to drive power fasteners into very hard or brittle materials including,

Page 23 - Parts Centrals

81195867. DO NOT drive power fasteners into steel base material less then 3/16" thick, within 2" of a weld, within 1/2" of the edge

Page 24 - Limited Warranty

91195863. ALWAYS use the spall shield when driving directly into concrete or steel. ALWAYS wear eye protection.4. NEVER use a powder act

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