Thread: Glock glue ??
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Old October 15, 2010, 01:48 PM   #4
Slopemeno
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Try E-6000, and give it a week to out-gas and cure.

Seriously tough glue once it dries. I use it on slope-soaring R/C sailplanes, and we found a plane that had been lost down the slope exposed to the elements for four years, 1200-odd days in the sun, and it held up great. The glue was still clear, rubbery and flexible, and it wasn't even the UV-inhibited E-6000.

You'll find it at Lowes, or plumbing supply shops.
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