use a threaded insert, something with knife threads to anchor in the wood.
Don't know if you need to do it but if you needed to flow epoxy just heat it up with a heat gun. When warmed, epoxy flows like water.
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- WB, 2017-04-20, 14:45
Try some Forster bits. Connecticut Valley makes a good set. (nm)
- "O"Gary, 2017-04-20, 17:11
- Without a drill press it was fruitless! - WB, 2017-04-20, 17:48
- most of the forends we have routed out have - Gary Reeder, 2017-04-20, 16:16
I would have added the 3rd forend screw
- Blake, 2017-04-20, 15:34
- the third forend screw will help to keep the forend from - Gary Reeder, 2017-04-20, 17:07
- we use a common drinking straw inserted into - Gary Reeder, 2017-04-20, 16:58
- Now that's a cool trick. First time I've seen that... - Huey, 2017-04-20, 15:58
Hey, I still could. Do a hardwood bed post w/screw (nm)
- WB, 2017-04-20, 15:58
- Do you have enough grip (depth of forend) to - "O" Gary, 2017-04-20, 17:16
- I LOVE seeing this stuff!!!! (nm) - Drdougrx, 2017-04-20, 15:53
- Try some Forster bits. Connecticut Valley makes a good set. (nm) - "O"Gary, 2017-04-20, 17:11