Yep, that's the quick stuff. It works great in barrel channels, but I wouldn't recommend it for bedding compound on the receiver (recoil lug/tang) of the rifle. The regular ol "industro" type works well for that....I buy the 15 oz tube and use it when I'm out of devcon 10110...
Originally Posted By: raybass
I try to stick with the basics, they do so well. Nothing fancy mind you, just plain jane will get it done with style.
I've used JB and it worked fine. It is a bit runnier than I like. Devcon, warmed up a bit with a hair dryer, is easier to work with in my opinion.
Exactly the reason I prefer JB. I like for the barreled action to find its own level. Devcon steel does not compress as much as I like. I like Devcon Aluminum better than the steel, but prefer JB weld. I have not had a problem with any of the bedding I have done with JB weld and I think I first started using it sporadically about 4 years ago.