I was planning on doing a test tonight with about 6 coats of paste wax on a piece of steel. I have heard of other people having good luck with it.Vincent said:The most important question I have for you is what are your intentions for a release agent? PLEASE don't use anything like Pam, the cooking spray. You are just asking for big trouble if you don't use the correct release agent. Get the good stuff that is designed for that purpose.
I'm about to attempt a bedding job. I'm not sure I totally understand what I'm reading and seeing in those bedding instructions.MKnarr said:I'm not sure about Devcon or "other" epoxies but I do know that kits like Accuraglas and Miles Gilbert use high strength epoxies that do not shrink over time and they include release agents that work. I personally swear by the Miles Gilbert kit.
There is a sticky in the Tips and Tricks section you may want to look at.
Bedding a 10/22
Sorry Vincent, I have got to open my big mouth.Wables said:I REALLY need to bed my 10/22. I have a Yukon stock with quite a bit of slop in it. I have some Titanium Devcon at home that I would like to use. Is this a suitable substitute for Acraglass?