Cranking out and testing some J-B Weld shotgun slugs (VIDEO)

06/29/18 12:30 PM | by

Cranking out and testing some J-B Weld shotgun slugs (VIDEO)

Taking advantage of the iconic cold weld two-part epoxy system “with over 10,000 uses,” the addition of desktop crafted shotgun loads could be #10,001.

The crew at Taofledermaus succumbed to viewer demands to evaluate the qualities of the company’s fast-setting SteelStik as shotgun fodder and constructed a few slugs and some birdshot. Then came some range time to see just how well the Weld held up in destructive tests– with an emphasis on destructive.

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