It is the original formula pictured. The foam is what comes out of the joint, because what is inside expands as it dries. That seems good when gluing in pillars.Jb weld is a solid material.
Gorilla glue that I’ve seen is all sorta foamy almost when it dries, like it’s got lots of air in it like a fed set expanding foam. But they have so many types maybe not the one you’re gonna use.
Oh! Yeah, no, not good. You’ll have a hard time getting a good, clean, flush trim on the foam without marring the stock, and it’ll look a mess even if you do get it flush. JB Weld won’t grow, it’ll just flow a bit if you put in on too soon; wait 30-45 mins and it gets pretty manageable.It is the original formula pictured. The foam is what comes out of the joint, because what is inside expands as it dries. That seems good when gluing in pillars.
I've used both Devcon and Marine Tex and the results were both good. I might have a slight bias toward Devcon, if for no other reason than it is more expensive (so, it must be better ). I'm pretty much using Marine Tex from here on out. Good results, cheaper and good availability.I used the Devcon 10110 for bedding because I can get it in the single serving sized tubes. I don't like how runny it is, but I do like the smooth surface finish when its done.
I don't think there are any boating supply stores around here. I almost ordered marine tex on accident thinking i used it last time instead of Devcon. Is it a little thicker than Devcon? I have not tried marine tex but it seems to be one of the big 2 that gets recommend a lot.
I don't always bed a rifle, but when I do, I prefer Devcon!!!! or Jb weld works good as well, the long setting type anyway for maximum hardness
Its been a while, and ive forgotten a bit so forgive me if something is off.