Quikpoint Mortar Gun with Black & Decker DR250 3/8" Drill

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Quikpoint Mortar Grout Gun with Black and Decker DR250 3/8" Drill

Quikpoint is up to five times faster than conventional pointing methods.


  • For tuckpointing, brickwork, stonework, thin brick, grouting, crack repair, and glass block
  • Works on floors and walls
  • Speeds application of mortar five times faster to all types of masonry joints
  • Quick, clean, and accurate!
  • Hopper holds three quarts of mortar
  • Uses all standard and pre-mixed pointing mortars
  • Excellent mortar penetration. Vibrator-fed auger drive assures constant mortar bead
  • Unbreakable polyurethane body and nozzle holder
  • Takes just 10 seconds to reload 1/2 gallon hopper
  • Quick clean up in less than a minute simply by flushing with water
  • Portable, weighs only 10 lbs. (approximately 13 lbs. loaded)
  • Specially designed nozzle. with four interchangeable steel tips (small: 3/16" X 0.8", medium: 1/4" X 0.8", Large: 0.55" X 0.66", and a special angled tip for overhead work 1/4" x 0.8")
  • Nozzle rotates for horizontal and vertical joints
  • Quikpoint Mortar Gun is powered by a Black and Decker DR250 5.2 Amps, 3/8" drill (0-1500RPM)
  • Gibco MRF mortar additive will prevent mortar from clogging the nozzle when pausing during use

What's Included

  • 1-Aluminum Scoop(#554)
  • 1-U Blade(#504)
  • 2-Tip Blade Sets(#503)
  • Nozzle Key (#506)
  • 8oz Gibco-MRF(#560)
  • 2-1/4" x 1/4" Stainless Set Screws(502S)
  • 1-Medium Steel Tip(#552)
  • 1-Narrow Steel Tip(#551)
  • 1-large Steel Tip(#553)
  • 1-Angled Steel Tip (3552A)
  • 1-Black and Decker DR250 3/8" Drill
Questions & Answers
1 questions

can i use this with a half inch drill

This was designed to work with a 3/8" drill. Mounts any 3/8" drill, and if you are using a cordless drill, it must be 18 Volts.

Ratings & Reviews

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1/16/2015 4:52 pm

4 year user

by Bill -

I use the Quickpoint for Tuckpointing and have for 4years now. In that time I have had to replace only the auger but only because I had a rather large rock somehow get in my mortar and snapped the shaft on it. But to give credit where credit is due.....after it stopped I continued to squeeze the trigger on the drill. My bad. It's funny because Shawn my brother in law a 26 year mason hired me to do some Tuckpointing for him and he bought this gun and ask me to use it. I wined, I cried, I stomped....no one likes change.....But as I began to use it I could tell this tool was for me. They say 5 times faster I say 10. So the brother in law was so right. I bought my own a month later. Still have it and will always use it. Good By to the Bag.

1/16/2015 4:52 pm

I would buy this product again.

by Murf -

Repointed 5,000 SF. of a 16,000 SF. project. So far so good. Lid falls off repeatedly, had to buy a latch and install on one, should have come with latch, put a nail thru the other one to keep the lid on. Purchased (2) both seem to be holding up to everyday use. We'll know on the next 11,000 SF.

1/16/2015 5:02 pm

Works great!

by danny -

I have been a mason for 4 decades now and iam pretty beat up. I just hated to use the bag because of a bad case of tendenitious. New tools are always a welcome site on the job site.this tool is fun to use just scoop mud and pull the trigger! Worked better than I hoped. Iam told u can buy a rebuild kit so it looks like you might get some longgivity out of it. As far as viscosity it likes wet mud but will struggle on stiff stone mud.hope this helps I would do it again.

8/31/2016 9:48 pm

mortar gun

by pandaman

this gun helped me complete my last job with less help which means more profit. I was able to direct part of my crew to the next job 2 days sooner than expected. Once you figure the consistency of the mortar needed this little tool will put a smile on your face!

1/15/2018 3:08 pm

Great tool

by mark

great tool, our customers love them. Why would you NOT try it? For a lousy $300 it could make you life a whole lot easier!