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myshootinstinks
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Is there anything like smooth on that can be purchased in smaller amounts? I'm remodeling/repairing a couple of bows and would like to add rosewood overlays to the face of the riser on the glass. I don't want to spend $40 for a smooth-on kit that I'd use a small amount of.
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JamesV
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I use super glue and never have a problem. Just apply to BOTH surfaces.

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monterey
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Bingham sells a small kit for $18.++

Kenny sells a medium size kit for about $28

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Crooked Stic
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I think 3 rivers has it in small tubes.

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Crooked Stic
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I took a look and it is the MT-13 in the small tubes.

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monterey
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What is M13?

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Take a look at my new post with similar curiosity.
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jhk1
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What James said-- superglue will work fine for riser overlays and tip overlays.
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Crooked Stic
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MT-13 is for gluing wood to metal. They use it for bow bolts and the brass sleeve take down system. And probably work for knife slabs also.
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