ESB Blaster Issue

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    ESB Blaster Issue

    I purchased a EE-3 ESB Fett Blaster years ago from Sci-Fire, and what I think are referred to as grebblies have fallen off the blaster and one of the bands are coming unglued, is there a certain type I glue that i need to attach the pieces to the blaster and what do I need to remove the dried excess glue left on the pieces?




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    Re: ESB Blaster Issue

    Use sandpaper or a file to remove excess and use an epoxy resin to reglue. That stuff never comes unstuck. I use one from UHU.

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    Re: ESB Blaster Issue

    Agreed. Though here in the States, you may want to try JB Weld. I'm partial to their Kwik Weld product (sets pretty dang fast), but others here may have experiences with other products.

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    Re: ESB Blaster Issue

    For mine i drilled a bunch of little holes in the surfaces to be glued to give it a TON of bite since those get knocked around a lot and then used JB Weld to glue them. The quick cure JB Kwik sets faster but will have a weaker overall bond than the original slow cure formula.

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    Re: ESB Blaster Issue

    I think the hyper-firm blasters used C-glue.

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