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    The tubes of devcon do a good job and only about $45 can usually get 2 guns from each set as long as you are not full length barrel bedding.i just do first inch of the barrel and rear of the action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csmiffy View Post
    @6x47 tried looking up that stuff, gets good reviews but hard to get unless you have someone do it for you.
    all the devcon stuff that might do is somewhere between 150-200 bucks for a 500g tub. Otherwise I'd have to buy a couple of the syringe tube jobbies. That would be around 50 bucks.
    Just bought some off Amazon for around $60 and probably do a few rifles

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    @The bomb -I was wondering how many I would need if I went that way-cheers. @Willus you are talking about the syringe jobbies?

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    I use 2 pak epoxy off Placemakers, Norski epoxy filler about $32. I release it with Turtle car wax and apply that with cotton buds. I use masking tape to keep it off things not being stuck. Its cheap and its been on my Enfields for 4 years now with no issues.

    Brownells also do a kit its about $90? it works well but the Norsky stuff is 1/3rd the cost and is easily mixed in small amounts, but its white.

    I tried Nathan Foster's kit and it failed miserably when trying to mix in very small doses, it wouldnt harden. Probably fine when doing an entire bedding at once but that isnt how you do Enfields.
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    @steven So placemakers is the magical shop for the norski?
    Mmmm B in law worked there for years, could even get a discount maybe? You can buy colouring for other bedding compounds. Maybe worth a look

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    Yes I use Placemakers. Yes, he could probably get you a discount.
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