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I used Devcon 10110 to bed my rifle stock. I did some sanding on the wood to make the action fit better. I was thinking about putting a coat of TruOil on the inlet part of the stock to seal it.
Is TruOil compatible with Devcon? Is there something else I should use?
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Old 07-16-2019, 02:39 PM
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TruOil was my first thought too. It won't hurt the Devcon, that stuff is tough.

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Tru oil would work, but I would tape over the Devcon before sealing up the bare wood. You don't want to get finish on the epoxy.
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Tru oil would work, but I would tape over the Devcon before sealing up the bare wood. You don't want to get finish on the epoxy.
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Tru oil would work, but I would tape over the Devcon before sealing up the bare wood. You don't want to get finish on the epoxy.
Would definetly listen to Ek he is one of our resident stock makers.
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Tru oil would work, but I would tape over the Devcon before sealing up the bare wood. You don't want to get finish on the epoxy.
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Devcon is an effective sealer in it's self and give a perfect fit to the action if done right. Any finish you add to it is going to mess with that fit.
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