garila glue

Submitted by tracy on 4/23/06 at 12:10 AM. ( wicked_whitetailes )

has anyone trided garilla glue around horn bases it rocks especialy for elk try it out

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You mean to glue skin to horn?

This response submitted by Hogger on 4/23/06 at 12:14 AM. ( )

Or horn plate to mannikin? BTW... it's "gorilla".

gorilla glue

This response submitted by mrdux on 4/23/06 at 12:18 AM. ( )

Messiest crap I have ever used. How do you account for the foaming that occurs when it starts to kick? Get it on your skin and you will have to wear it off. I can't imagine what a mess it would be in deer hair!

Works great for form Alterations

This response submitted by Tony Finazzo on 4/23/06 at 3:05 AM. ( )

As long as you clamp the two pieces together it works great. Forms that come in pieces can be easily put back together. It must kick from the moisture in the air, because it is one part urethane.

not messy

This response submitted by tracy anderson on 4/23/06 at 5:26 PM. ( wicked )

u put it around the base of the horns and cap useing a rubber glove so u can put a thin layer on it and if u do have a little mes u can use laqure thinner to clean it up i no it works well i took first place in our taxidermy show give it a try

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