Gorilla Glue: Very messy expanding foam that isn't very clean. It isn't very strong for holding things to gether but for filling up cracks and sealing leaks it is great.
Plumber's Goop: A very good glue commonly used for leaks in air guns. For any seal what so ever trust your goop! Although this glue is rather expensive and takes a generous time to dry it can be a pain. This also cannot glue a coupler to a blaster for it is weak in my books. Easy to work with and a great glue!
Jb Weld: REALLY powerful. I've heard its been used to repair industrial machines. A little dab is super strong. It's best used for repairs, (eg- Re-gluing a Manta Ray wing on, Reattaching a pump, etc) as it take a few minutes to set and is weak while setting. Don't fool around with it, because that shit's permanent.- Echnalaid
Hot Glue: Used mostly for making darts this is important glue. Not much strength in stability but for filling up dead space it works like a charm. Sadly on high heat settings it can burn/warp PETG and foam. Other than that cheap quick drying and a glue that can be used for jobs no other glue could do hot glue is the way to go.
Epoxy: Well there are many different types and brands of epoxy but most of them reek awesomeness! This is a heavy duty glue that can get ANY coupler on or fuse to pieces of plastics together. I personally think it is expensive and very hard to works with but those are the only downs of epoxy.
Fishin' Glue: Angel tends to use this glue oftenly and it is a great super glue from what I have heard of it. I have had no experience with it but it can do some heavy duty stuff! It's only use is to fuze to things together because it is a superglue. From my experience with super glues they come out quick and over all annoying.
Zap-a-Gap: Coming soon
Gel Crazy Glue: I use it to attach heavy duty stuff like LS priming handles, pumps, and securing other items. It isn't a great space filler, but it definitely has a strong bond.- iMod1
Stick Fast Glues: These "super" glues are triple distilled to a level of purity that guarantees long shelf life and permanent bonding power for virtually any material in the shop. These non-toxic adhesives are perfect for repairing broken glassware and ceramics, reattaching keyboard keys, building models, salvaging favorite toys and so on.- highlandworking.com
Edited by lastmanstanding, 12 May 2009 - 07:50 PM.