The Albion B26Q boasts a 26:1 thrust ratio, which reportedly puts out 900 pounds of force—about three times more than a standard caulk gun. This high thrust ratio means you can deliver sealants with precision control and makes it easier to apply stiff caulks (like cold polyurethane) and adhesives (such as two-component adhesives delivered in a single tube with a mix nozzle)—applications that would otherwise require a lot of hand strain. An adjustment screw allows you to tighten the mechanism to take up slack (and maintain control) as parts wear. The gun can even be rebuilt as parts wear out. Sausage guns, 20 ounces and 10 ounces, are also available. Price: about $35