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OT: Good glue gun?

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  • OT: Good glue gun?

    Which glue gun do you like. The one I just bought is worthless.

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    I have an AdTech glue gun around here somewhere that wasn't too expensive, but works really well. It was recommended by some RC model plane builders. Works great on foam-core. They have budget models, but I can't vouch for those. I think the one I bought was under $25 a few years ago.
    Co-conspirator in the development of the "CR Gnarly Fidelity Reduction Unit" - Registered Trademark, Patent Pending.

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    • #3
      https://www.amazon.com/3M-Scotch-Wel...ds=3m+glue+gun
      http://www.diy-ny.com/

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      • #4
        Now that's a serious glue gun!!
        Co-conspirator in the development of the "CR Gnarly Fidelity Reduction Unit" - Registered Trademark, Patent Pending.

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        • #5
          I just recently bought this at Menards. I've only used it a couple times, but so far I'm happy. It's 100W, so it heats up fairly quickly and gets the glue to a nice, thin liquid. If you've been using low wattage, or low temp guns, my only word of caution is that the higher temp will make the glue a lot runnier than you're used to and it will go everywhere!

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