Hey guys. I'm designing something, that actually needs to get done. Its a mod for my Airsoft Gun. Right now, I have a standard AK47. (Its a Aftermath Kraken). Looks like this But all black):
What I'm doing is some modification to the stock on the gun. I'm making a custom grip/stock essentially, heavily based off of the Egyptian Maadi RML. (Nevermind the wood on the picture. I am using ABS/Plastic)
So, I need the stock to look like this basically:
From my other failed projects, I already have most of the "Ingredients".
Hot Glue Gun
Epoxy (JB WELD. Comes in two seperate tubes. Mix together)
I want to basically do a frankencase mod to the stock of the gun, and make it look pretty good.
I have little idea on how Epoxy and Bondo work. Epoxy is a adhesive, is Bondo?
I know epoxy can hold stuff together just like hotglue, but can I sand it? (I know you can fill cracks and such with bondo, and sand it, But can I do the same with Epoxy/JB Weld?)
How hard do you think this will be to do?
Do I need bondo to make a smooth look on the seams? Or can sanded epoxy do the same thing? (Bondo is like $20-$30. Too expensive for this one time use.)