These are available in BROWN or BLACK
I use glass bedding
extensively in pattern making. I recommend using a good glass bedding on a new stock job.
In the past, bedding has gotten a bad rap when used to fill in a sloppy inletting job, with
good reason - it looks pretty cheesy.
When correctly applied, there
is no better way to seal the interior of a stock and give 100% wood to metal contact.
It can also be used under the buttplate.
are a number of other uses for bedding, it is one of those tools that a smith would not be without.
I offer ProBed to my customers
because it works well for me. It is fairly forgiving if the mix ratio is not exactly 50-50. When it sets up, it seems to be
less brittle or "plastic" than some other compounds, and I have experienced less chipping when cleaning
off the excess with a file.
The kit includes a good set of instructions and product information
(worth reading, even if you have bedding experience)
Filler Clay- ignore this and discover how strong bedding really is.
Fumed Silica-can't say I've used this, but some of you may find it useful, more on that in the
Release Agent and brush - paste wax, but effective if used properly.
Stir sticks- Use a clean stick for each
half of the bedding compound- trust me on that...
Everything you need is here,
enough to bed at least 4 stock sets. Goes even farther with experience.
delivered, lower 48, if separate from stock order.