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CHip off the old stock............

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by tmitom, Sep 21, 2009.

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  1. tmitom

    tmitom Member

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    While looking over this 680 series stock I recently purchased, I noticed a couple small cracks. Like a dummy, a pushed on this section and it snapped off.

    What would be the easiest/fastest/best way to repair this? I was thinking Superglue, but I am not sure if this an area that may need a little more support, maybe some type of epoxy or wood glue? This will not be my primary stock, but I want to use it until I am ready to get a PFS as a replacement.

    Thanks in advance for any help you can throw my way.


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  2. andybull

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    Before you do anything make sure you remove any oil that has soaked into the wood, then I would probaly use ACRAGLAS.

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    perga1 Active Member

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    I agree, AcraGlas. Jrm
     
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    Brownells sell glue called HOT STUFF instant glue, best i found to repair cracked stock, BE CAREFULL , if you get your finger stuck together with this stuff , you got trouble , Brownells sell a super solvent to get you fingers aparts Good Luck
     
  5. tmitom

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    Thanks to everyone so far, looks like Brownells has a couple solutions. I will definitely check it out.
     
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