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Old 01-05-2013, 11:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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TI Boomstick issue

I have a TI Boomstick that has just recently seperated. There are no threads on either of the pieces, it just looks like they were held together with two o-rings that dissolved overtime, or it was glued together. I use this barrel exclusively on my Buzzard so i figured that now might be a good time to have the front half of the barrel anodized to match, or just have my whole gun in new colors and just throw the front half in with the parts. So, do any of you gun wizards out there 1. know how i can fix this issue to make my gun playable? 2. know of any good anodizers that can do my buzzard up in some crazy, multi-color, splash, fade, or camo?
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:40 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Some of the older boomsticks were glued. I am sure someone on here has experience glue a boomstick back together.
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1) Dowel rod and epoxy

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1) Dowel rod and epoxy

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I used JB Weld on my Boomstick when it finally fell apart after 9+ years of use. The JB Weld has held up but I imagine any similar product would do just as well.
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sounds good, I originally thought it was somehow pressfit because the front part of the barrel would spin separately from the front, Now i just think it was the glue coming undone. I guess Ill leave the barrel apart and get the Gun annoed some crazy colors then assemble it
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I don't know about the gluing part, but the Tons do incredible anno work.
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Old 01-06-2013, 05:24 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I checked out their website and it appears to be so, has anyone on this side of the border used them? I've never had to ship to Canada before.
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