CAMO Marksman Pro X1 For Soft Wood Decks


CAMO Marksman Pro X1 Tool

With 1/16″ Spacing the NEW CAMO Marksman Pro – X1 is Perfect for Soft Wood

This is the one we’ve been waiting for! CAMO’s new Marksman Pro – X1 can install boards with a 1/16″ gap, making it a great hidden fastening system for softwoods like cedar, redwood, and pine.

Previous versions of the CAMO Marksman have provided automatic 3/16″ deck board spacing. This is great for composites, but not for softwoods which are typically wet when installed and can shrink up to 1/8″, leaving a large, unsightly gap between deck boards.

Installing the deck boards with 1/16″ spacing means that when the wood inevitably shrinks, you’ll be left with picture-perfect gaps between boards.

The Marksman Pro – X1 fits deck boards from 5-1/4″ to 5-3/4″ and provides both 1/16″ and 3/16″ board spacing, depending on which side of the tool you use.

As with other tools in CAMO’s line, dual screw guides streamline installation by letting you fasten both sides of the board with a single tool placement, without pre-drilling. This simple, straightforward installation makes the X1 a natural choice for DIYers who want to create a beautiful, fastener-free deck surface with softwoods.

The heavy-duty, contractor-grade Marksman Pro – X1 is also a great choice for pros who appreciate speedy installation and high quality results.

The CAMO Hidden Fastening System is an affordable choice that offers a beautiful fastener-free deck surface, straightforward installation, ease of use, and a rust and corrosion guarantee that’s good for the life of the project. What more could you ask for?

Make sure to get your CAMO Marksman Pro X1 from DIY Home Center.

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