Roughneck Brick Mortar Gun Product Code: 67965

Innovative tool for repointing walls and patio slabs. Excellent joint penetration. Handy for awkward places. Aluminium body with metal handle.


  • Plastic Nozzles
  • Mortar Scoop for Easy Filling of Barrel
Additional Information
Technical Specification
  • Brand : Roughneck
  • Total Product Weight : 0.795 kg
  • Model No : 32-100SF
  • Pack Size : 1
  • Manufacturer Guarantee : 1 Year Guarantee
  • Pieces in Pack/Case : 1
Product Contents
Plastic nozzles and metal scoop.
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Roughneck Brick Mortar Gun is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 282.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not very good I Purchased this to do some pointing, filled the gun up with some cement and it just leaks from the back when pressure is applied and drips out the front. In the end I used a traditional trowel etc. Maybe the gun was faulty but I didn’t have time to go back and try another.
Date published: 2019-06-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not fit for purpose Bought one of these thinking that it would make the job of repointing a patio easier how wrong I was. I really wanted it to work and even went on a second shopping trip for plasticiser but was unable to get the product to work. It just squeezes all the water out of the mix, jams up and then you can't free up the screw cap to get inside it. It was so bad I took it back where they were happy to give me a full refund.
Date published: 2019-06-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Is this real or a joke Honestly, is this real or a con ? I tried four different brands of mortar and it does not work, it solidifies the mix after two or three pumps, despite the density of the mixture. The ratchet system sticks constantly. I do not for one second believe that this is a genuine working item so i give it zero as far as a workable tool goes.
Date published: 2019-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Roughneck gun Love them or hate them this pointing gun was actually necessary for the job of repointing this wall when too much of the old mortar had come out and spooning new mortar into it's tiny joints would've taken me far too long with my deadline and limited window of half decent weather. Made the mix with plenty of Feb and sifted sand, mixed thoroughly. Pumped in with a nozzle like piping icing onto a cake....a cake made of brick! "man-cream" . The problem of the water leaking from the gun and leaving sand and cement to jam it didn't happen because it was a looser mix mixed well. Job looks well, customer is happy And I didn't run over deadline. Godsend of a tool. Ps. Trying to do it with an empty silicone tube and standard chaulk gun doesn't work. Haha. Too flimsy but God loves a tryer
Date published: 2019-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Roughneck mortar gun This is a brilliant and easy product to use giving perfect results every time. Recommended to use a plasticiser with each mix of soft sand and cement to form a smooth double cream mixture. Fantastic would definitely recommend to a friend.
Date published: 2019-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good when it works.Wd40 needed Brought this because I didn't fancy trowel pointing a 60m textured 450x450mm patio. It took a while to get the right mix, I was using 1x bag of sharp sand, 1 shovel of soft, 1/2 bag of cement and plasticiser, mixed with a paddle mixer. In hindsight I should have listened to previous reviews on sivving the sand because one small pebble will clog it up. But I did use a previous reviewers great idea of using a bag (empty sharp sand bag) with one corner cut out to squeeze muck into the gun. Would have been a nightmare otherwise, Great idea and works a treat. Overall the gun works very well but is very frustrating when it gets clogged up and stops you when you are on a roll. Sometimes it will squeeze water out of the top of the nozzle and the sand will become to compacted to exit. The sand also quite quickly wears the plastic plunger cover out which makes it difficult to get out, also the plunger bolt comes undone quite often. You will be constantly filling it up so be ready to be running back and forth. I must have filled it over 100 times over the day. One fill lasted me about 2 slabs!!! The mechanism also seizes up after prolonged usage which washing with water does not cure. Wd40 worked well and will be your best friend. Took me around 8 hours to neatly point the patio. The large amount of steps took most of the time. If it was all flat then would have been much quicker. Comes with multiple nozzles but I only used one (comes with a grouting nozzle but I can't imagine grouting tiles with this, sod that for a laugh) I'd say overall it was a good buy. Alot cleaner results than hand wet pointing. Very glad it's finished though!!!!!
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Used for pointing up old patio. Really easy to use. Saves time and lot of mess. Recommend slightly wetter mix. Dnt need plasterciser like some say. No issues reloading like some say. Great tool a must have.
Date published: 2019-04-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Started off well Having read the reviews i decided to give this product a try, I started by buying some plasticiser as recommended by other users, made the mix, filled the gun ( it's a Pitty the little shovel supplied in the kit deosn't fit inside the tube ) and away I went and was well impressed to start off with then the plunger fell apart so I repaired that and the top part of the plunger mechanism fell apart then the plunger again, I was able to tighten the plunger using a spanner and pair of pliers but the top wasn't so easy to fix, it looks like you need a special tool with 2 pins to fit in to the locking mechanism. Once repaired by filling from the bottom and NOT the top seemed to cure the issues and over all this tool made light work of the job and allowed me to grout approx 40 paving slabs in a short period of time,
Date published: 2019-04-20
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