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glue gun ??

what glue gun do you have and is it good or just get's you buy, i don't like reviews, sometines they are not ok, i like to know like hand's on and if used more than once or twice a yr, i will be using this a couple times a week, thanks for the replys
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3m plolygun

Works great but don't get it on you! Ouch!!!

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Are you guys talking about the kind where you use glue sticks?

If you are, what would you use them for?

I have only used them to temporarily hold pieces to a wooden face plate on my lathe and for template making.

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Not the typical craft glue guns that use hot melt sticks but the type that use special adhesive cartridges. The stick guns are pretty useless for woodworking. Franklin makes one
,http://www.amazon.com/Franklin-International-1341-Titebond-HiPURformer/dp/B000063CJK/ref=pd_sxp_grid_pt_0_2
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Interesting. I have never seen one of these before. I often use 3M 5200 Polyurethane Adhesive Sealer on boat work. I guess this is pretty much the same product with the exception of very fast curing time. This heat gun is a really great idea.

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