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Would you consider using

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Robhalex, May 13, 2014.

  1. Robhalex

    Robhalex Engaging Member

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    Right so I came across this new wonder material. It's called SUGRU it's Basicly a hand formable plasticine type stuff that sets into a rubber-like material. It bonds any two surfaces togethor and sticks to anything. Youtube has tons of videos of ingenious uses. Child proofing cameras, creating a case to prevent your phone breaking when dropped, repairing the sheath on cables etc...

    Has anyone heard of it? If not, YouTube it. It looks like it has great possibilities for airgunning. It can be molded to make custom hand grips for stocks, can custom rubberise the butt. Can make a soft cushiony resting point under the rifle to prevent scratching. You could put a ball around the ball on the sliding bolt action handle thing. You put small strips or dots to provide grip. You could make a soft cheek rest along the stock. You could make grips for your scope to make it easier to turn with gloves on. You could completely coat the barrel to prevent corrosion and make it easier to grip.

    Watch the video on youtube or just google it

    See if we can think of any more uses in the air gun world!
     
  2. mattyts

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    I got given about 10 sachets of this when the company first started out,bright orange..ended up using a lot of it for fishing and just making things more ergonomic in general,good stuff.
     
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    I've got lumps of it for my new NV build to kind of rubberise it and hide a few bits...... Colour is Tactical Black obviously! Lol. Tried a few test bits and very impressed by it really.

    It's also electrically insulating according to packaging!
     
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    Sounds like the kind of stuff to have in my farm toolbox as well as my airgun toolbox,I can imagine lots of uses.thanks very much for the heads up guy's,I'm off to Google it now :)
     
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    [video=youtube;YKw8pxgPJFU]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKw8pxgPJFU[/video]
     
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    Nice to hear guys. I'm gna order some on pay day, just to have a play around but thinking I'll put a bead around my scope for extra grip, and put a more ergonomic butt pad and grip. Just wondering what it does to the material underneath if you decide to take it off? I assume it maybe corrodes slightly what it's attached to to ensure a better contact?
     

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